Braids for kids is one of the most simple yet effective hairstyles you can administer for African American children. See more about braids for kids.
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2:23 ish. Whoever made that video... that's called a dutch braid. The difference is you braid under instead of over, which is why it's risen. It's essentially a french braid if you were to look at it from underneath - as in under the braid - which is impossible. Please inform whoever made it. I don't want their other amazing tutorials to be incorrectly captioned. Thank you in advance!
You're supposed to watch the video and then try it, not follow along. None of these are complicated enough to warrant a full-length tutorial. But if you are confused about a hairstyle you can find the person who did it and ask them to make a video explaining it.
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