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If you know how to french braid, you're golden! French braid one side into the middle and secure it with bobby pins. Then french braid the other side until it meets with the side already pinned, and pin them together!

Super easy braided top knot tutorial

Super easy braided top knot tutorial Love her hair! A simple 5 minute Holiday Hair video tutorial braid This is good hair.

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Dirty Blonde #18 - 20" (220g)

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make a knot, carefully add more hair to each section and knot again

knotted milkmaid braid tutorialsteps: choose which side of the head to begin your knots. on that side, select two equal sections of hair just above the ear and tie a knot pulling upward. moving up [and eventually around the crown] carefully add more hair

30 Elegant Hairstyles To Make You Look Pretty In Every Occasion - Page 2 of 4 - Trend To Wear

30 Elegant Hairstyles To Make You Look Pretty In Every Occasion

Double french braid

The Double French Braid Ramp up your braids and double up. Pull outwards on each french braid for a loosened style. I really love the double French braid.

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

The latest thing: hair chalking. Cute, huh? Use either soft wax pastels or even sidewalk chalk ($6 at Michael's), apply to wet hair ends, let dry, then set with heat (curling iron or flat iron). Click the pic to go to a tutorial video on YouTube.    Elle if youre going to be a ring leader for halloween again we are doing this to your hair

It's actually done with oil pastels. Just rub the pastel crayon on a small, damp section of hair. Then hit it with the curling iron. (I've also done it on my dry hair. Just wet the pastel and rub it on!) Great for temporary hair color

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