I got a lot of request on how to do the waterfall braid. I posted a tutorial about two months ago, but it seems like it was difficult for some of you to follow. So, here is a step-by-step tutorial to guide you through this simple braid! Scroll down to learn it.
First, take two sections of hair.
Cross the section of hair along your hairline over the other section, so it's going away from your face.
Take a new section of hair from the top of your head, and let it fall on top of the section you just pulled away from your face.
Drop the section of hair you just placed so it falls through your twist, creating that waterfall effect.
Take the bottom section of hair, and pull it over the waterfall section. Then take another section of hair from the top of your head to make another waterfall piece.
Let it fall through the other sections of hair.
Repeat the process until your waterfall braid is the length you want it. For this look, we just braided one side until it reached the back of the head.
Once you reach the end, extend the woven section of hair with a regular three-strand braid and secure with a clear elastic.
To hide the braided end, tuck it under the layers in the back of your head. Pin it in place by crossing two bobby pins in an X shape.