Sunday, July 11, 2010

Braids 'N Beads

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Sis has been asking me to do another "all-braidy" style. ;)
Part the hair into sections. This style works best with a very deep side part.

Put the front/bangs into one french braid going all the way across. A row, or several rows for older girls, looks the best on the side with the most hair.
I some how missed the following picture... Part the rest of the "bigger" side into rows behind the bangs. Sis only needed two french braids, but older girls will need more. ;) On the other side, create french braids starting at the front and going straight back. They will fall naturally.
Next, part one row in the back of the hair into small sections and braid them.
Now, it's time for the beads... This is one of the easiest ways to add beads, in my opinion. ;) Start with one bead and an elastic. I recommend clear, but used contrasting colors to show it better.
Okay, so put the elastic through the bead and then put one loop through the other loop and pull it tight. Next, put whatever beads you want onto the braid. There are several ways to do this. I suggest simply wetting the hair and using the hair as a "needle".
Your last bead will be the one with the elastic attached. slip the bead onto the hair and then wrap the loop that sticks out around the hair. It is secure for normal wear, but can also be taken out easily.
I loved the finished look! Sis decided to wear this lovely dress. (Yes, on a rainy day when we had no plans!)
Originally, I had straightened her hair. However, I like it better curled. ;)
Sis was one happy girl! ;)
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