Creating a twisted updo doesn't necessarily need special skills and tools. In an instant you can make a stylish updo hairstyle that you can wear day or night without giving the impression of trying too hard. Take a look and get ready to stand out!

Summer/spring 2011 hairstyle trends were all about updos. From ballerina buns and messy updos to chic and glam chignons, this look was reinvented and tailored season after season. We are head-over-heels with all those amazing updos, yet one draws the attention the most: the twisted version.
How romantic is this hairstyle? If you want a stylish, sophisticated, yet simple and easy to make hairstyle, a twisted updo is for you. Having a bad hair day? Extremely versatile, this 'do is the perfect go-to style for a quick hair fix. Channel your inner boho babe with this pretty, soft look that suits any occasion. It's chic, fun and young, so gorgeous and really easy to achieve.

The twisted updo itself can be rethought in so many different versions, from tousled, effortless ones to more refined, elegant ones. Step out wearing a twisted updo with a raw finish! You can give it a seasonal update and take a look at some of the hottest updo trends for spring/summer 2011.

How to Style a Twisted Updo

The twisted updo allows numerous variations. Whether you choose to make a side or middle parting, this hairstyle will definitely give you a stand-out look in an instant. Style it yourself and get ready to take center stage. Tailoring the twisted updo to suit you and the occasion is the key to pulling off this trend. From looser versions to slightly tighter ones, this look is hot and fun.

Start by applying some hair wax, then create the parting (deep side, side or center). Depending on the result you want to achieve, you can use the end of a rat tail comb and make a clean parting. Once this step is completed, roll the front section of one side into a twist and pin it at the nape of the neck.

After finishing with one side, repeat the same action on the opposite side. When both sides are done, loosely pull the hair back into a low ponytail. Next, twist hair up and tuck the ends in. As a final step, secure the updo into place using some pins and a quick spritz of hair spray. You don't necessarily have to make a pony, just cross the twisted ends over each other and tuck them in. You can make this style your own by adding a cute hair accessory such as a hair comb.

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