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How To: Five Strand Braid Video Total Length minutes by LuxyHair. Braid tutorial ends at minutes, the rest of the video she is showing how to curl bangs and adding a romantic look from layered hair that didn't fit in her braid.

Hair Chalking!    Step 1: Separate into small sections of hair    Step 2: Soak a small section of hair with water.    Step 3: Apply whichever pastel color you choose, generously. Repeat throughout sections you want pasteled.    Step 4: Flat iron (or curl) your hair to set the color.    Voila! You’ve just given your self a temporary new hair color!

DIY Hair chalking - Step Separate hair into small sections. Step Soak a small section of hair with water. Step Apply whichever pastel color you choose, generously. Repeat throughout sections you want. Step Flat iron (or curl) your hair to set the color.

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This is actually pretty easy to do on dolls, on myself not so much yet. Maybe with practice. :-)

This is my goal to learn how to do this! Loose four strand braid.I don't like the "loose" part, I think it looks dumb but I do like how it shows how to do the 4 strand braid.

Zig zag

Zig-Zag Braid Tutorial - The possibilities of ways to style your hair into a braid are endless! You've got to have fun and switch it up every now and then. Take your classic French Braid and put little zig in it!

Not a braid braid.

The Brilliant Braid Kouturekiss 15 Lovely DIY Hairstyle Ideas for long hair!

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Wow, so many ideas of french braids.That helped me a lot!Too bad I cut my hair a little yesterday. ( for when Nollie can help braid my hair.

Ducklings In A Row - Hair + DIY Tutorials: Hair Tutorial: The Stay-Put Braided Headband

The Stay-Put Braided Headband! A tutorial on how to keep a braided headband from moving, slipping & coming undone using only a hair elastic. This is so simple, and braids are super big this season. This is a new favorite style of mine!

LOVE THIS 1. Separate hair into 3 sections, per usual with a braid.  2. Braid 2 of your 3 sections into small braids and leave your third section as is.  3. Braid the 2 braids and the section you left out together loosely and secure with a hair tie.  4. Once secured in a hair tie, loosen your braid to make it look fat by gently pulling on each side of your braid and mushing it up.

Fun & Easy Twist On A Simple Braid

Separate hair into 3 sections, per usual with a braid. Braid 2 of your 3 sections into small braids and leave your third section as is. Braid the 2 braids and the section you left out together loosely and secure with a hair tie. Loosen the braid

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