Braiding Tutorials

Avery Maldonado

French braid:

the French braid is also called an invisible braid. to make the beginning of the French braid you need to go to the top of the head and separate three pieces of hair. you pull the right section of hair over the middle and the left section of hair over the middle. then one you've done that you need to add hair to the right section of hair and move it over the middle and do the same to the left side. make sure that you pull tight on the hair to make it closer to the head. keep repeating those steps until you get to the end that's when you have to make sure that you tilt the head down so you can braid tight to the head so you wont have little loops of hair. then finish the braid like a single braid, and your done.
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Dutch braid:

For the Dutch braid you will need to separate the hair into three small pieces at the top of the head. after that you will need to put the right section underneath the middle section and you will do the same thing to the left side. after you have set the starting point you will use the right side and grab hair and pull it underneath the middle section again and the same thing with the left side you will continue to do that until you get to the neck. At the neck part you will need to tilt the head down and braid and pull tight to get the braid close to the head and keep it from having the loops when you set the braid down.
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rope braid

For the rope braid you have to section off the top piece of the hair. then you have to split the hair into two pieces, then you will twist it near the top of the head. after you've done that you will need to grab a piece of hair and add it to the left section then do the same to the right section and twist it. you will continue to do that. at the end when you need to tie it off make sure to twist the braids around your fingers so that it creates tension so it will stay twisted.