Braid 20-Double Headband Waterfall Braid is the reverse version of the Double Woven Headband Braid and the last braid in the series !!!
Guys, this series was so tough; I will not even lie!
I love braids and this has really tested my skills and abilities! Not to mention my creative juices! I’ve tried hard to give you new styles you’ve never seen before. I hope I did that while sharing styles that you can duplicate at home!
I am sure you are worried that the regular release schedule will come back and it will start this week! Get ready for great new make-up, fashion posts and of course more hairstyles!
My prescriptions have been decreasing lately, and I know that some of you have reclaimed them. We will see about this piece. They are a bit harder for me to see what I can do.
Follow these steps to get your own version of the Double Headband Waterfall Braid:
Step 1 / section from the front of the hair; from the part to the ear. Tie it with a rubber band.
Step 2 / Take a piece of hair next to the part on the heavy side and divide it into three strands.
Step 3 / Cross the back strand over the middle.
Step 4 / Now cross the front strand over the middle.
Step 5 / Next, cross the back strand over the middle and bring a piece of hair directly behind it.
Step 6 / Then take the front strand, which would normally cross next, and wrap it on the other side of the hair. Put it down so it does not get in the way.
* This is the same method to achieve a waterfall braid.
Step 7 / Grab a strand of hair right under the beach that we have separated, and cross it in place.
Step 8 / Repeat steps 5 through 7 until you reach your left ear.
Step 9 / Tighten the braid with a clear rubber band.
Step 10 / Now remove the pen that held all the waterfall strands and let them fall down.
Step 11 / Grasp a section of hair next to the part along the hairline and separate it into three sections.
Step 12 / Cross the left strand over the middle and then to the right; as for a French braid.
Step 13 / Once you have crossed the rear strands across the middle, bring in the cut out waterfall strands.
Step 14 / Continue weaving until it reaches the base of the first braid.
Step 15 / Tighten the braid with a clear rubber band.
Step 16 / Next, hold the braids back against the head and secure a nice clip over the top to hold it upside down.
Step 17 / Remove the clear rubber bands from the braids.
Step 18 / Finish the ends of the hair with a curling iron or a wand.
Step 19 / Sprinkle the braids with a little hairspray to hold them in position during the day.
And that’s it!
The last braid in the series 20 Braid for Spring!
I can not believe I did it! xoxo