๐ŸŒผ DIFFERENT BRAIDS ๐ŸŒผ by Bonnie Smith - Musely
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๐ŸŒผ DIFFERENT BRAIDS ๐ŸŒผ

posted in Beauty > Hair
04/25/2015
  • ~Fish tail braid~ 
Split two bits of hair, taking thin strands from the back of one and crossing it to the opposite main part. Then do the same to the other.
    ~Fish tail braid~
    Split two bits of hair, taking thin strands from the back of one and crossing it to the opposite main part. Then do the same to the other.
  • ~Water fall braid~ 
Separate into three strands and start your braid. Take a strand of hair from the top of the head and feed that into the braid with the hair. You are leaving strands of hair out of the braid to fall and replacing that third strand with a section next to it.
    ~Water fall braid~
    Separate into three strands and start your braid. Take a strand of hair from the top of the head and feed that into the braid with the hair. You are leaving strands of hair out of the braid to fall and replacing that third strand with a section next to it.
  • ~Ladder braid~ 
First you need to do a water fall braid. Then add those fallen strands into another waterfall braid underneath.
    ~Ladder braid~
    First you need to do a water fall braid. Then add those fallen strands into another waterfall braid underneath.
  • ~Lace braid~ 
The lace braid is like the French braid only you are adding one strand of hair to one side instead of adding hair to both.
    ~Lace braid~
    The lace braid is like the French braid only you are adding one strand of hair to one side instead of adding hair to both.
  • ~French braid~ 
Like a normal three stranded braid only adding hair to each side each time.
    ~French braid~
    Like a normal three stranded braid only adding hair to each side each time.
  • ~Upside down French braid~
    ~Upside down French braid~
  • ~Dutch braid~
Just like a French braid but instead of crossing over, cross the two braids under.
    ~Dutch braid~
    Just like a French braid but instead of crossing over, cross the two braids under.

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