I’m suffering from some big spring fever, now that Valentine’s Day is over. What is the next vacation ??? Of course, I created this hairstyle one day while preparing for errands, and loved the quick technique behind the braid to make the flower. If you want to see it for yourself, have a look at the tutorial below!
Half-braided flower accessories:
- Paddle brush
- 4-6 hair clips
- 1 1/4 “curling iron
- Hold hair spray firmly
Half-braided flowers Instructions:
Preparation: Before I started this style, I curled the hair with a 1 1/4 “curling iron and brushed it to remove any tangles.
- Step 1 / With a part on the left side, take a strand of hair over the right ear and divide it into three parts.
- Step 2 / Cross the side strands under the middle strand to start a Dutch braid.
- Step 3 / Now cross the upper thread under the middle and bring in a strand of hair.
- Step 4 / Cross the bottom strand below the middle but no hair in the braid on this side.
- Step 5 / Continue the braid horizontally over the back of the head.
- Step 6 / When the braid approaches the left side, begin to bend the braid down and bring the last part of the hair close to the hairline on the left side of the part.
- Step 7 / Then braid the section down and secure the end with two crossed hair clips so it does not tear.
- Step 8 / Take the braid in your right hand and slide your left hand underneath.
- Step 9 / Grasp the end of the braid with your left hand and hold the center of the braid with your right hand.
- Step 10 / Lower the left hand and bring the center of the braid toward the horizontal braid along the back of the head to form a complete circle with the braid.
- Step 11 / With the tail of the braid hanging down, straighten the braid against the head and insert it with bobby pins.
- Step 12 / Gently pull on the outside edge of the braid to make it look more like a flower.
- Step 13 / Remove the bobby pins from the end of the braid and untangle it gently.
- Step 14 / Spray the style with a tight-fitting hair spray to fix it.