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French Braid Hairstyle - How to do French Braid?



 

The french braid is fashionable hairstyle.The typical french braid is a single braid at the back of one's head, while variations on this hairstyle includes side braids and twists. Not like a usual three strand ponytail, a french braids or ponytail begin with small parts of hair at the crown of a person's head, and sporadically, more hair is added to each section as the braid progresses down the head. An upturned french braid also called a dutch braid is shaped when the hair parts are crossed under each other, instead of above. It results in the look of a braid standing up from the rest of the hair, instead of being under the hair.

For french braid requires long hair. If your hair is long enough to braid, the french braid is easy, beautiful and extremely adaptable.

Tips for how to do French braid hairstyle

  • Split a small section of hair where you want the braid to start means at the top of the head and then divide into three sections.
  • Comb each parts smoothly.
  • Cross the right hand parts above the middle section. The unique right hand side part is now the middle part.
  • Push all the parts from each other to tighten the ponytail.
  • Cross the left hand parts above the middle parts. The unique left hand side part is now the middle part.
  • Tighten the ponytail again.
  • Using the pointed end of a rat tail comb, pick up a small part of hair on the right by drawing a line next to the scalp from the hairline to the middle of the ponytail about a half inch to an inch beneath the first plait, depending on the thickness of your hair and how woven you want it to look.
  • Then insert the new parts of hair to the existing parts on the right and then cross it above the middle section, tighten the ponytail.
  • Again using the handle of a rat tail comb, pick up a small part of hair on the left by drawing a line next to the scalp from the hairline to the middle of the ponytail even with the part you just lifted from the right, add this hair to the existing part on the left and then cross it over the middle part.
  • Carry on the method alternating right and left parts above the middle part, tightening each ponytail as you make it, until you reach the hairline. Safe the end of the ponytail with a hair safe ponytail holder or continue weaving an english braid to the ends of the hair.

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