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Hannah McClark
Hannah McClark • 3 years ago

Waterfall braid each side, French braid a few rows and twist into bun. Secure with spin pins and rough it up a bit. I took this pict before roughing it up so the rest is more clear.

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Super easy (as long as you can french braid) and it is easy to do on yourself as well!!! Tip: With shorter hair with layers, you can always do two braids or just dont pull so much. If you take the side pieces and drape them and tease like she says, it is stable and just stick the bobby pins into the firm braid. It will look great!