French twist


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French twist

n.
A hairstyle in which the hair is pulled back, twisted into a coil, and secured vertically along the back of the head. Also called French roll.
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PUTTING a French twist on Sunday lunch could go badly wrong.
If eyeglasses are a quick code for"smart," the low bun, sometimes known as a chignon, has become the equivalent for"sophisticated" " but unlike, say, the French twist, it offers the added benefit of not making you look like you've tried too hard.
Image: Shutterly Fabulous ADD A FRENCH TWIST Oozing romance and charm, these classic grey shutters evoke images of grand French chateaux and are also ideal if you want to create a modern country scheme in your bedroom.
Image: Treyone ADD A FRENCH TWIST Oozing romance and charm, these classic grey shutters evoke images of grand French chateaux and are also ideal if you want to create a modern country scheme in your bedroom.
Instead of a ballet bun, the corps member prefers to keep her hair loose at the barre, eventually pulling it back into a French twist for center.
French Twist Bun: This one's a slick hairdo and you can never go wrong with a french twist if done neatly.
99, Sainsbury's & Morrisons A French twist from Kelly's, who make all of their cream with local Cornish milk and clotted cream.
Verdant Allerton Road's Verdant offers English dishes with a French twist and luxury touches including vodka that has been filtered through gold.
Felicity's hair was put up by Shelley's in Aberkenfig, Bridgend, and she went for a classic French twist, with her make-up done by Emily Porter from Swansea.
Eastern Consolidated's Retail Leasing Division has arranged a five-year, 700 s/f lease at 28 Grand Street in SoHo for Ato, a restaurant that will feature Japanese dishes with a French twist.
She said: 'Nothing much had happened since the French twist, the pageboy and the flip.
Chez Charles has created menu options that combine Oriental cuisine with a French twist.