How to French Twist the Lazy Way

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Doing a French twist the lazy way is a great way to save yourself a large amount of time in the morning. Do a French twist the lazy way with help from an experienced salon owner in this free video clip.

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Hello, I'm Alejandro, and I'm going to teach you how to do a French twist the lazy way. There is thousands of ways you can be lazy, unfortunately I only know one way. So we're going to actually separate the hair in two sections right down the middle and the only thing you will be using is some bobby pins. Bobby pins will help you secure the hairstyle itself. So I just twist the hair on the right side of the head leaving the left side out. Using small or large bobby pins you can secure it. Essentially you will be able to feel and you'll feel the tension to see if it is secure or not. If you feel like it's going to fall out, always add more bobby pins. Take the separate section that's on the left and I like to work from the top itself and then begin wrapping the hair itself. Start twisting the hair and grabbing each section and pinning inside, kind of like a turnover. When you get close to the bottom, you're going to want to use a few more bobby pins but leaving a little hole at the bottom you want to be able to shove the rest of the hair on the inside and what I like to do is just basically stick it into a bobby pin and twist it and then shove it in there. And that's how you create an easy French twist the lazy way.


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