French Twist: Get the Look with ABBA

Katherine Gayle December 01, 2021

Elevate your Holiday party looks, check out this French Twist Tutorial using ABBA products for how to achieve this romantic look in a flash!

Shop the products you'll need to get the look:

ABBA Complete All-In-One Leave-In Spray
ABBA Volumizing Root Spray
ABBA Volume Foam


Step 1:  Prep hair with ABBA Complete All-In-One Leave-In Spray to provide volume & moisture 

Step 2:Section out fringe and apply ABBA Volumizing Root Spray to front tendrils and finish with HOT TOOLS Black Gold Detachable Volumizer to give volume. Clip bang section and leave to cool. 

Step 3: Beginning at the crown of your head, working in sections, back comb hair until you reach the nape of your neck applying ABBA Volume Foam to each section.  

Step 4: Gather hair at the right side of your head, pulling it back as desired and securing with bobby pins. Hot Tip: for a more relaxed, romantic look, pull out some face framing pieces to add softness.   

Step 5: Gather hair on the left side of your head, pulling it back in a pony tail, and twist in an upward motion until hair is rolled firmly against the back of your head.

Step 6: Take the remaining hair and tuck behind the french twist, secure with bobby pins.

Step 7: Add bobby pins as desired for hold.

Step 8: Remove fringe from clip and position as desired, securing with a bobby pin. 

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