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Braided Hair

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Bored with your hair? Learn 3 basic braiding methods you can mix and match to create your own hairstyle for any occasion.

 

The French Braid

This is an alternative to the basic 3-strand braid where hair is gradually added onto each side.

-Separate the section where the braid will start

-Split section into 3 even parts

-Cross right strand over middle, then left strand over middle (basic braid)

-Gather a small section from the right side of the head to add to the right strand, cross new right strand over middle

-Gather a small section from the left side of the head to add to the left strand, cross new left strand over middle

-Repeat stemps 4 and 5 until desired point or there is no hair available to add

-Tie off the end with a bobby pin or elastic

 

The Cornrow

This is a backhand French Braid, usually done in smaller sections to create tight braids along the scalp. To achieve this look, follow all the steps of the French Braid but instead of crossing right over middle, then left over middle, cross right UNDER middle, then left UNDER middle. This will cause the braided section to float over the sections drawn in from the sides.

 

The Fishtail Braid

The Fishtail Braid is the newest hair trend because it is easy to do and very versatile.

-Separate hair down the middle into 2 sections

-Pull a thin strand of hair from the outside to the left section, cross it over the left section and add it to the right section

-Pull a thin strand of hair from outside to the right section, cross it over the right section and add it to the left section

-Repeat steps 2 and 3 untile desired point or there is no hair available to add

-Tie off the end with a bobby pin or elastic

-Gently stretch the entire braid apart from the centre for a messier look

 

On Tessa:

3 French Braids meeting at the bottom left side and twisted into a side bun behind the ear. Loose French Braids create the illusion of thicker, more voluminous hair.

On Amelia:

2 Cornrows on each side along the scalp forms an interesting pulled-back look. The hair in the midsection is separated into 2 fishtail braids stretched apart from the centre. Each braids is twisted into a large bun at the back of the head beginning with the 2 fishtail braids in opposite directions, followed by the ends of each cornrow, also in alternating directions.

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