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Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Mix of Different Braid Styles

Mix of Different Braid Styles

Like you can notice, I love to play with hair, as well I love braiding. Here we have Dutch Braid, French Braid, French Fishtail Braids, Fish Ponytail Braids. Hope you like it and may I give you some ideas. I like this hairstyle, simply because if you want you can wear only one of those tipes of styles, it will looks perfect, trust me.  
Here we go...

Now this is our model 
Here we have long hair,colored hair in few shades.

Preparation :

  • Rattail Comb ( the long handle on this type of comb makes sectioning hair to create cool braids or a flawless curl set a total breeze)
  • Liquid Crystals (the quaternized silicone creates a screen that, moisturising and giving volume to hair, carries out an immediate softening action, apply on a wet hair and do not rinse)
Wash it, dry it, brush it and move on.

This is how I start. 

Side Braids

I have started with Mini French Braids, you will find them like Cornrow Braids, or Side Braids. I made those braids until the top of the head, because we wanted to finish this style with a tail. 
But even if you leave your hair like this, you will not make mistake. 

I made three mini french braid, next to each other, neat and tight, and they go straightto the top of the head, and they have straight line. Again, I have in my example this, but you can play with them how you like. :) 


Here we have other side of the head.

So, as you can see, first we have straight braids, mini french braids, now they are still Mini Frensh Braids, it's just this time I did criss- cross just to look more interesting for everyone . 

I start to braid all the braids and somewhere in the middle I stop and then decide where to go with them. 

Them finishing them on the top of the head somewhere in the middle and to be close to the braids from the other side, so we can connect them all together, with elastic, or if you want you can do that later with all hair  together.  

Again , if you want you can kept this braids and style, it is really your choice. :) 

Third Step  

Upside Down Dutch Braid to Ponytail

A dutch braid trailing up the back of the head and ending in a ponytail. 

Start by flipping the head over to work with the hair underneath. 
Take a small section of hair at the nape of the neck and divide it into three pieces. Cross the side strands under the middle to begin a regular braid. 
Cross the side strand under the middle then bring in a section of hair and add it into the strand. 
Cross the other side strand under the middle, bringing in hair again.
 Continue braiding the hair in a dutch braid until it reaches the top of the ears.
Tie off the braid to keep it from coming undone.

Top or front of the head

French Fishtail Braid

Begin by taking a three inch section of hair, on the heavy side of the part, and divide it into two halves.
Take a small section from the back strand and cross it over to the other side.
 Then take a smaller strand from the front section and cross it over to the other strand. 
Next, take a section of hair from the outside of the braid.
Cross the strand over to the top and add it into the other side. 
Next, take a piece from the other side. Cross the strand over the top and add it into the other strand. 
Tie the braid with elastic, and again, tie  all the others braids together, so you will create a ponytail.

Last part

Fishtail Ponytail

Since  we tie all braids together, and we have ponytail, we braided two fishtails on this ponytail, and than twist them together, and in the end tie off the braids to keep it from coming undone.

This is what we have done.

  • Brush
  • Few black or white elastic band ( you can use even colored)
  • Hairsprey ( it is not needed)
  • Moroccan Argan Oil , Liquid Crystals.

This is what we have in the end, I hope you like it and hope you will follow me for more ideas, and if you have any questions, fell free to ask me. 
Thank you all. Have a fabulous day.

Sincerely Yours Tatjana 

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