Simple Double Twist

So to answer my last post about the urban legend. It was actually very true. Okay so I exaggerated it a bit, but as far as I can tell it is all true. Yucky hu? Well I just wanted to put that out there. I think we will avoid those places for a while, but when we go back I think I will never look at one of those play lands the same again.
As for today's do. I wanted to hurry and get this posted for any of you that are still trying to decide on a great hair style for Easter. If you can't find what you want here at Girly Do's there have been some beautiful ones done by the other hair bloggers. Just click the links on my side bar to find other's out there with super talent.
This is a simple double twist.
Brush all the hair back. No parts on this one.Part out a section above the ear leaving a gap of hair between your first section for your second section.Divide that section into two pieces of hair to work with and twist the hair clockwise. Twist the two together by twisting counter clockwise.
**When you work on the other side of the head these actions switch to twisting the individual hairs counter clockwise and combining them by twisting clockwise. Combine the hair by taking a little piece from the hair you want to combine and adding it to the bottom hair in the twist.
And twist that hair into the bottom bunch of hair. Again by twisting the hair clockwise.
Twist the main two together again counter clock wise so that the other bundle of hair is on bottom. To add more hair this time make sure to skip a little hair for your second twist. So part out a group and leave in hanging **See arrow. And take a little hair and add it to that bottom bundle of hair.
Continue until the end and repeat on the other side and combine the twists.
And do the whole thing a second time for your second twist. Use the pieces you left down to add into your twists.Any bumps can be evened out with a comb. This is a simple hair style that a few bumps don't bother me to be there. And there you go. I like leaving the hair down between each of them because it makes it so you don't have a funky part between the two twists like you sometimes get. Cute.
Happy Easter Everyone!

15 comments:

  1. that is a very cute, beautiful, and fabulous creation. I love it!

    Audrey
    www.hairbetweenmyfingers.blogspot.com

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  2. Love the double twists!

    And I totally believe you about the lice. When my sister was 2 she got it pretty bad from paying in the neighbors cozy coup car.

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  3. Oh my gosh Jenn, how cute! I love this one. Happy Easter!

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  4. I have been loving you site. I was going to copy your Easter Hairdo for tomorrow, but after seeing this one, I think this is the winner. I used to do this for my teenage girls, only with one twist. I love the two twists and hope my 3 yo has enough hair. I am also going to add a flower clip at the pony holder. Thanks for sharing this and for all your great ideas.
    Suzanne

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  5. Is there any way you could lighten up your photos? I've been having a hard time, lately, seeing what's what - especially in the step by step photos. BTW, I love your blog & have tried several of your hair do's!

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  6. ♥ Very cute! Love the double look!

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  7. My daughter ended up with a HORRIBLE foot infection she got from a McDonald's playland. It was so bad, the Dr. Ended up cutting off her toenail! I find other places to play now.
    I love all of the fabulous styles on your blog! Hopefully my daughters will allow me to try some this weekend, they rarely have much more than a ponytail or french braid.

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  8. I love this style - I just did it on my daughter on the way to church today (Easter). I don't know how you come up with some many ideas but I love it that you do!

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  9. Thanks for posting this today! I was just sitting here wondering what in the world to do with my daughter's hair today, and voila! I prefer the simpler hairstyles, and this one looks beautiful.

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  10. I need help! My store no longer carries the small rubber bands and I am all out. I have three girls and lots of hair to do! Where can I find these bands online?

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  11. Hi,

    I love these hairstyles. My daughter's are 13 & 19 now, but when they were little, I loved to fix their hair.

    I have given you the "Sisterhood Award". You can pick it up at:

    http://ziggysblogs.blogspot.com

    Laura

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  12. This looks like such a great twist on a "twist" but the pics are too dark to see! I have 4 girls, and always looking for something new. But I can't really figure it out without a visual. Are you pulling in hair like a french braid? where and how much hair are you leaving on the sides? I don't suppose you have lighter pics? Or maybe you cantake new pics next time you do it? I love you site, by the way. SO cute!

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  13. This is so BEAUTIFUL!

    Audrey
    www.hairbetweenmyfingers.blogspot.com

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  14. Thank you-I shall try to brave this and do it on myself...

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  15. hi i am 13 and i LOVE your hairstyles, but, i was wondering if you could make some for like older girls? if you can thanks!

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