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Twisted Updo Summer Hair Style Instruction
Today’s hair tutorials is for a simple twisted updo.
First brush your hair and pin your fringe to the side.
Brush backwards as if making a low ponytail.
Brush back to one side and slide a pin in the bottom middle of the back and hold it in place.
Now to make the twist.
This is what it looks like from the back.
Pull up and to the side with the pin.
Twist slightly and fold the hair into itself.
Use your fingers to brush through and smooth the non-curl side so the hair sits straight across.
So the technique is twist and fold so the ends are on the inside.
Brushing up through the one side with your fingers makes it look a lot more like a twist than accidentally forming a bun.
To secure with a comb, grab the edge of the twist through the comb and pull to the left.
Flip it and push back into the twist anchoring it to the scalp.
You may need extra pins.
So this is what it looks like when going it from the front.
See the top part forms a cool spiral kind of thing.
Add extra pins into the spiral to secure the top part and use a lot of hair spray to keep it in place.
You can also lightly brush the sides to make sure they look smooth.
The final step for this is styling your fringe. I love using the VS Sassoon Big Styler for this because it gives a lot of volume.
And that’s it, all done.
It can take a few tries to get right depending on how well your hair is behaving at the time.
It’s a nice sleek and stylish look that goes well with so many fashion styles that it’s worth the effort.
I hope this was a useful video, please check out the blog post linked in the description for more information and tutorials.
Thanks so much for watching.

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