Bohemian Twist

Bohemian Twist Tutorial @themerrythoughtI’ve been stuck in a rut with styling my hair lately – it’s either down and all over the place or in a quick side braid. This simple twist and tuck hairstyle is perfect because it’s super quick and it looks great when it’s a bit messy.
Bohemian Twist Tutorial @themerrythought Put a thin elastic headband around your head, right behind your hairline. Begin by taking a section of hair in the front, twisting it slightly, and tucking it down through the headband.
Bohemian Twist Tutorial @themerrythought Continue to take sections of hair and twist them and tuck them through the elastic band until you get to the back of the head. Do the same on the other side of the head.
Bohemian Twist Tutorial @themerrythought Once you have tucked enough hair from each side that you are left with one section in the back, take that section of hair and loop through the elastic a few times until you can tuck all of the ends down in.
Bohemian Twist Tutorial @themerrythoughtBohemian Twist Tutorial @themerrythought I haven’t tried this on myself yet but I’m dying to! I’m thinking this is going to be one of my new favorite hairstyles!

xo. Caitlin

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7 thoughts on “Bohemian Twist

  1. avatarWren

    I love this hairstyle! And, shocker of all shockers, I might actually be able to do this to my hair. I’m really horrible with this kind of thing. I’ve never been able to style my hair very well. I’ll have to give this twist a try this week! :)

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    1. avatarCaitlin McGrath Post author

      It was kind of difficult to get this to work for me at first too because I wanted it to sit behind my bangs. I just had to make sure my band was pulled tight down to the nape of my neck to keep it in place.
      You could also try using no-slip headbands. They seem to help.

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