5 Simple Steps To Do A Twister Hairstyle July 17, 2015

Twister hairstyles are very common among Celebrities. Today we will show you how to do simple and very easy to do cute hairstyles with twist which you can flaunt among your friends.

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How To Do A Twister Hairstyle?

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Image: Getty

Follow these steps for cute twist hairstyles:

Things needed:

  • Hair pins
  • Comb

Step 1:

Start off with middle or side parting of hair as per your preference.Take a lock of hair from the frontal portion and give 6-8 tight twists.

Step 2:

Take the twisted hair backwards and tie it tightly with 1-2 hair pins.If you are doing a middle parting then do another twist on the other side by following the same procedure. If you are doing a side parting, then one simple twist is enough.

Step 3:

Here is the final look.You can give some curls to the loose hairs for more effect or leave them straight.

To give some more twists:

But if you want to give it some more twists then you are going to need more sections of hair. Here is how you can do that!

Image: Getty

Image: Getty

Things needed:

  • Hair pins
  • Bobby pins
  • Comb

Follow the steps below.

Step 1:

Start off by doing side sectioning of hair.

Step 2:

Hold a frontal section from the bang and give it 5-6 loose twists.Tie it at the back with a hair pin. Take another section from just above the first twist and give it similar twists.

Step 3:

You can do 2 to 4 such sectioned twists. Tie all at them backwards, at the same place. You can leave rest of the hair loose.

Step 4:

If you need a neat bun, simply flip the remaining hair in the opposite direction and tie it backwards with hair pins and a clip .Take the remaining hair from the other side too into the same bun. Secure with bobby pins.

Step 5:

The final look.You can leave some sections of hair here and there and give them a curl for a messy and curly appearance.

Try these easy looks out and if you have real short hair, then check out this video tutorial

  • http://www.stylecraze.com/members/nimratachowan/ Nimrata

    Wow. The first picture looked a little complex but looks like an easy tutorial. Thanks for sharing.

    • http://www.stylecraze.com/members/zinniamukherjee/ Zinnia

      Glad that you liked it :) Thank you so much for the lovely comment :)

  • http://www.stylecraze.com/members/varshahoney/ varshahoney

    i love this hairstyle so much its so easy and it looks very cute.thanks for sharing Zinnia!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • http://www.stylecraze.com/members/zinniamukherjee/ Zinnia

      Thank you soo much for the appreciation, my first hands on hairstyle tutorial, lol :D thanks for the nice response :)

  • http://www.stylecraze.com/members/pavitrabanerjee/ Pavitra

    i love all your hairstyles but my hair has many layers and is very light weight and a lil thin! :/ please help me with finding the right hair style! Also i have black hair and cant do much with it! :/

    • http://www.stylecraze.com/members/zinniamukherjee/ Zinnia

      Wat is the problem with having black hair? Indians have black hair only, ya colour varies like some has reddish black,brownish black and stuff like that. Apply henna (real good brand) for some colour by overnight soaking it in luke warm tea liquor,along with juice of one lemon,some coffee powder.(use glass bowl not metal) Next day apply on hair for 30 minutes (you can add one egg or some sour yogurt to it,i personally don’t since i hate eggy smell on my hair , but yogurt i do use occasionally ), am not suggesting hair colour since you have thin hair, still you can do streaks of hair colour leaving the roots like ombre hair colouring in which you colour just half length. This should not do much damage !

      Coming hair style, well , if you have layers , then you can’t go for too much braided or twisters, try some simple curling and then separate them with fingers and use a little strong hold spray for wavy look, or wait for your hair to grow long for braided styles , choice is yours after all. Don’t style too much if your hair is thin -would be my ultimate advice ! Thank you for the lovely comment :)