2 years ago
HairConfetti
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Stacked 3D Braids
Make your braids look fuller with this 3D braiding technique. It's a bit tricky but because you are basically doing an opposite french braid. Follow the through the photos posted or instruction below. Instruction: Start by splitting your hair into three sections and braid them normally but stop after you have passed each section once. Take a small section of hair out of the section before you bring it back over. Instead of adding hair you need to drop some from every section. Continue this all the way to the end of the braid. After completing the first braid you have to braid the sections that you have dropped out. Grab the top three of these sections and pull them over the completed braid. Start dutch braiding these sections. With each fold of the braid add in the next section of loose hair. Secure both braids together at the end with an elastic.
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Looks pretty easy but I'll have to try first!
2 years ago·Reply
This is magical! I have GOT to try this!
2 years ago·Reply
So it's a 4-strand braid over a 3-strand?
2 years ago·Reply
I love this 3D braid style. My hair is still shoulder length, so I have to wait and try this out during summer.
2 years ago·Reply
so a drop waterfall like braid that braids the loose to.
a year ago·Reply