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Flower Girl’s Single Twist Sideswept Hairstyle

To create this wedding look, Cozy Friedman of Cozy’s Cuts for Kids in New York City enhanced natural curls and then swept strands off the face with a simple—and pretty—coil.

Photography by: Bryan Gardner


  • Shampoo and leave-in conditioner
  • Towel
  • Blow-dryer with a diffuser
  • Styling gel
  • Hair elastic
  • Bobby pins
  • Floral accent (optional)
Photography by: Mike Krautter Photography


1. Wash hair with shampoo. After adding conditioner, run a comb through strands while they are still wet to eliminate tangles. 


2. Take the hair in sections and pat each dry with a towel.


3. Using a blow-dryer with a diffuser, finish drying the hair.


4. To prevent frizz, coat the curls with styling gel. For the most even application, turn the head upside down and scrunch the product gently into the hair.


5. Create a deep part at the front of the hair, on the right or left side, depending on your preference.


6. Section off a small section of hair at the front of the part on its fullest side.


7. Split the small section into two equal parts. Take the back part of the small section and twist it, while crossing it under the front part of the small section. Exchange it from one hand to the other, continuing twisting as you move along the small section of hair.


8. Tie it off with an elastic.


9. Pull the twisted strand back and secure it on the side with a bobby pin.

Photography by: Mike Krautter Photography

10. Add a floral accent for a natural touch.



Cinch Detangler + Leave-In Conditioner, $11.95; Behave Styling Gel Medium Hold, $11.95;