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How to do a french twist


Posted by Colleen Shirazi, Sunday, September 16, 2007 9:32 PM (Eastern)


French Twist

I haven't tried this yet...my hair isn't as long, although it is longer than it has been in years. What I liked was her idea of using two smaller "claw" barrettes to hold the twist. Regular french twist combs have never worked for me...I have all the slipperiness of Asian hair, without the thickness (mumbles)... The closest I've come to a genuine french twist involved tonloads of supersized bobby pins.

There are lots of "how to" hair tutorials on youtube btw.

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September 17, 2007 10:02 AM, Blogger Dain said...

I like a big hairclip. I don't have any luck with anything else because I have too much hair. It's sturdier than anything else.

 

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