I Need To Wash My Hair But I’m Not Prepared To Dry It.
It is a thing and if the feedback from a photo (Angelina Jolie with unstyled hair) that I posted on Facebook is anything to go buy many people suffer from it. Your hair is in desperate need of a wash but the time and effort required to dry and style it makes it too hard to do. Well the good news, Braids are a huge trend for hair in 2016 and the fastest and easiest way to style wet or unclean hair. Everything from the Fishtail to the French there is no Braid off limits and anyone can do it.
You may not be the best at Braiding but don’t let that stop you because turning a neat braid into a messy look is also a thing and something anyone can achieve. In fact in many cases the messier the better.
So lets look at some of the different styles of Braids out there.
The Dutch Braid
The Dutch Braid is basically a French braid, but instead of passing the hair over each strand, you’re doing it underneath. This allows the braid to sit on top of the head, as opposed to weaving in towards the head in an inverted fashion. It can be used to create a headband braid, pigtails, and a single Dutch Braid.
A Regular Three-Strand Braid
It’s the baseline of braids. Taking three sections of hair, you alternate passing on section from either side over a center strand—think of it like juggling hair. On a scale of 1 to 10, we give this guy a 2. For the first time, it might make your eyes spin, but you’ll soon find that it’s the simplest way to get your hair out of your face and can be completed in less than a few minutes. Some beginners tips? To get more control of your tresses, braid second-day hair or dampen your hair before starting the technique. You can also try a braid paste that gives hair more of a pliable texture.
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