Women might think that French braid is one of the most difficult braided hair styles for women. Actually, it only looks complicated but is very easy to make. As long as you have nice good locks to work on, you will find that it is a hairstyle that you can pull off without a sweat. French braid is a great option for a quick fix if you are having a bad hair day.
Here are simple steps to make a French braid:
1. Gather Hair into three sections
Before you start, you must comb your hair to smoothen it out and remove tangles and knots. Beginning at your hairline, collect some hair at the top of your head. Make sure that you divide your hair into three parts. See to it that every section; left, right, and middle – are equal in strands in order to attain a pleasant-looking braid.
2. Cross Hair Sections
You may now cross sections, starting with the right over the middle section. Repeat such step with the left section. Remember to smooth the hair as you continue with crossing. An important tip: you must pull the section tight to ensure that the braid will not turn out loose and looking undone.
Every time you finish a cross-over motion, you have to gather and add hair into the section. You can now proceed to doing the same motion to the right hair section.
3. Repeating Crossing and Adding steps
You must repeat the adding and crossing of hair section until you have reached the bottom of your hair. Finish by doing a regular braid at the bottom. It is a must that you add equal amount of hair to ensure consistency in the braid.
4. Secure your French Braid
As you reach the end of the braid, secure it with a hair or elastic band. Make sure that it is tightly wrapped. You don’t want your brand to loosen up, do you?
You must try French braid, one of the quirkiest yet attractive braided hair styles for women. Not only is it easy to do but you’re also assured that it will stay great for a long time. It is a must-have braid for all types of women.
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