The Modern Twist Updo Tutorial

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If you are looking for a way to pull your hair up in a slightly fancy way without being overly conservative, I would highly recommend this modern take on a french twist. I love the ends sticking out as a way to soften and relax the style. . . it feels a bit more casual to me which was exactly what I was going for.

A few key products to help assist the style are great bobby pins, a strong clear elastic, and perhaps some texture spray or powder to build a little chalky texture in the hair for hold. I love the Diane bobby pins, the Blaxx clear elastics, and either Amika Un.Done Volume and Matte Texture Spray, or IGK Texture Powder.

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Krista says · 05.05.21

Love this! I am hair illiterate but I could definitely do this! Thank you!

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Michelle says · 05.05.21

Always here for these OG hair tutorials. Another great one! I’m excited to try this one. Thanks Kate!

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Jackie M. says · 05.05.21

Love a freshie hair tutorial! Any recommendations for what to do with those ends if you have longer hair? I love this and can’t wait to try it!

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Michele says · 05.08.21

Same, please! It would be so fun to have a series of styles you’ve done on different hair lengths (you know, for you to do in your ample free time😂)

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Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog says · 05.05.21

Such a cute updo! ❤️✨

Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog
http://charmainenyw.com

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Lori says · 05.05.21

Love this! Thanks for sharing!

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Christin says · 05.05.21

Where did you get your cute white top from?

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Elise says · 05.05.21

Love sooooo cute!!

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Meghan says · 05.06.21

I love this! I also love your top. Do you have a link to it? Thank you!

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Angela says · 05.06.21

This is the perfect easy updo for summer! My hair is usually up for most of the hot weather.
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Danielle says · 05.08.21

That looks so lovely, I am going to have to recreate!

Danielle | thereluctantblogger.co.uk

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