Twisted waterfall braid

This beautiful braid is an interpretation of the waterfall braid that many people know. Instead of a plait you use a twist.Please comment!

Side View of one half finished

Side View of one half finished

Top View of finished style

First pick up a small section of hair.

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Split it in half and twist them together twice

Split it in half and twist them together twice

Now pick up a piece of hair near to your parting. Put it over the first strand and under the second.Now twist the two origanal strands to secure it

Now pick up a piece of hair near to your parting. Put it over the first strand and under the second.Now twist the two original strands to secure it

Repeat on the other side

Repeat on the other side

Close up

Close up

 

 

swirly french braid

Difficulty:Hard

Things needed:time,patience, one hair tie,fairly long,thick hair

Start by parting out a small section on the left side of your head. Begin french braiding over to the right side, only picking up hair from the left. When you have got all the way,braid under this part going to the left still only picking up pieces from the left. Continue to do this until you have no more hair left to add in. Now just braid normally down to the bottom.

Miriam

Double French Braids

Get a bit of hair next to your scalp on one side.

A tiny bit of hair from the other side.

French plait right down.

Do the same on the other side.

Join them together underneath.

Make it small.

French braid the rest of your hair including the bits underneath.

Tie it off.

1st hair style!

Shoe-lace headband

First separate a bit of hair next to your scalp.Halve it and tie it like a shoelace.Join them together.Pick up another bit and knot them together.Carry on doing that till you get about 2 thirds of the way down then clip it and do the same on the other side.Unclip the other side and pull all your hair into a ponytail.

Miriam