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With all the amazing and different braids out there, most are a variation or a combination of a few very basic techniques.
Once you have a mastery of those basic techniques there is really no limit to what you can create.
In this tutorial, we will be showing you how one simple change in technique can change the overall feel of even one of the most foundational braids.
So here is a simple “Variation of a French Braid”😉
We hope you like it💗
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This takes about 3-5 minutes depending on the length and texture of hair as well as your skill level😊
~Skill Level: Easy~
Comb / Brush
Water Spray Bottle
Check out our last weeks tutorial
“Half Up Pulled Back Lace Braid” here:
We get these questions about our water bottle all the time:
What brand is that?
How does it work?
Where can I get one?
It's a fine mist that continuously sprays out soft on the hair.
It’s my favorite spray bottle! 😍
It’s called the:
Flairosol Spray Water Bottle
You can get it here:
Let us know what you think if you get one😉
Moroccan oil shampoo and conditioner:
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Moroccan oil: ⬅️ Great Product!!!
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Here’s the Spray Gel we use:
It's a 10 Haircare Miracle Styling Mousse, 9 fl. oz:
It's A 10 Miracle Finishing Spray:
It's a 10 Haircare Miracle Super Hold Finishing Hair Spray Plus Keratin:
Ponytail Hooks Holders:
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The way you add in the new hair is unique. You add it before the cross not after like many do. This creates a braid that is more dimensional than most French braids, almost like a dutch braid. That is what I like most about this. Definitely going to upgrade my braids with this!
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