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Wearing the hair up or hair updos has become a staple hairstyle for dressy occasions such as weddings and formal parties like prom and homecoming. Fashion and hairstyling has seen a rise in the popularity of loose tresses; however, most individuals both young and old prefer to style their hair in an updo for any dressy or formal occasion.



Perhaps the most popular and easiest hair updo is the classic French twist. The French twist is a versatile hairstyle it can be worn dressed down or dressed up, worn high, with accessories, jewelry, and may be modified to suit any shape of face. This hair updo can be worn by anyone with medium to long length hair. The style can also be modified by adding bangs, tendrils, parts, coils, twists, and curls which in turn can not only enhance the hairstyle itself, but also enhance your face.

The French twist comes in a variety of styles ranging from the basic to the complicated hairstyle, which involves multiple sections of hair and a variety of pins and curls. The basic French twist is an easy hairstyle one you can learn to do by yourself with the use of a mirror. To start off, you will need to actually watch someone make a French twist before you start practicing it on yourself – this helps in allowing you visualize the process of creating the hairstyle.

You can try creating your own French twist by following several tips that you can find in several hairstyling books and magazines. These tips are also widely available online. There are also how-to articles on creating your own 388 hairstyle as well as other variations of the basic French twist. Some online how-to articles cover such French twist variations as:

  • French twist with draped bangs
  • The twist with a sweeping side
  • Fuller French twists
  • Casual looking French twists
  • Classic bridal twists
  • Half French twist (half up, half down)
  • Business-type French twists
  • Dressed up twists; and
  • French twists with accessories such as hair barrettes

If you intend to master at least one updo, then perfecting the French twist is a good way to go. This great, easy updo can be used as the base for more sophisticated hairstyles. The French twist, with its many variations, may be used for formal to casual occasions and can go with any style of clothing, hair type, and varying hair lengths as well.

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