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more than 14 kinds of plait

I have had long hair since I was 3 (excluding a disasterous bob when I was in my early teens) and have always said I can do more than 14 kinds of plait. I now have 2 short haired boys so my talents are wasted. Here, I will gather more techniques to use on myself.

A tiered ponytail will keep everything in its rightful place. - not going to the gym but there are some useful tutorials/pics!

The Cascading Half-Up Princess Braids | 23 Creative Braid Tutorials That Are Deceptively Easy

Hair Romance - waterfall braid in short hair

Hair Romance - 4 strand slide up braid tutorial - version 2

The Triple French Braid (With Bun!) | 23 Creative Braid Tutorials That Are Deceptively Easy

The Entwined Scarf | 23 Creative Braid Tutorials That Are Deceptively Easy

The Bohemian Side Braid | 23 Creative Braid Tutorials That Are Deceptively Easy

The Relaxed French Braid | 23 Creative Braid Tutorials That Are Deceptively Easy

French Braid Wrapped Ponytail | 23 Creative Braid Tutorials That Are Deceptively Easy

Wash, braid, go: no blow-dry needed.

Woven Knot, half up half down hairstyle tutorial - super cute but I don't think it would stay during a school day. Maybe for church or a holiday look?

Ready, nimble-fingered braiders? Check our this braid/bun combo. Click on the photo for written steps and a video tutorial.

How to get this sleek ponytail: 1) Start by flat-ironing your hair. 2) Leave two small sections of hair out in the front, pulling everything else back into a low ponytail at the nape of your neck. 3) Take the two remaining sections and pull them back to your elastic, overlapping them to make a "criss-cross" effect, securing them underneath your ponytail with pins.