To make a French braid, pick up three equal sections of hair from the center of the hairline, pass the left and right sections alternately over the middle section, pick up additional hair from the sides of the head befor... More »

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To create a side braid, part damp hair, start the braid at the forehead, and French braid down to the neckline. Braid across the neckline and to the left ear before finishing with a free-hanging plait. More »

Make a twist braid by gathering hair from the right-hand side of the head and braiding it downward. Bring the completed braid to the left-hand side of the head, and secure it in place by pinning a small bun near the nape... More »

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To braid short hair, twist the lower sections of hair by the nape, then braid the front sections of the hair, working the braid from the side part on top of the head down towards the twists at the back. To do this, you n... More »

To make a French braid ponytail, pull the hair back, start a small braid at the top of the ponytail, weave strands into the plait, wrap the braid around, and continue the process until the bottom of the ponytail. Creatin... More »

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A crown braid is formed by making a French braid and wrapping it around the head. This braid is best when made to look messy. More »

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Make a French braid by first dividing the hair into three sections. Wind the hair from the right around the center piece, and then repeat the process on the left. Bring hair from the front to the back, wrap around the wo... More »

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