I am so excited to introduce a new Tuck and Cover. This Tuck and Cover Half-Looped French Braid, in addition to being a bite, includes an earlier style, the T & C Half, and a new tutorial, the Looped Half Up Crown Braid.
This hairstyle starts like a waterfall braid then each piece of waterfall is gradually brought back into the braid to create a cascade effect. With the other side wrapped in a headband, as the T & C Half the two sides creates a beautiful hairstyle that can be dressed up for an evening or party. Get dressed for work or family relaxation during the holiday season.
This beautiful headband is from Banded; find it here!
Tuck and Cover Half Looped French Braid Step by Step:
Step 1 / Start with a part on the right side.
Step 2 / Separate part of the hair from the part to the ear.
Step 3 / Then separate another section of hair about an inch behind the first part and stick that section out of the way.
Step 4 / Take a stretchy headband, this glitter is from Banded, and lay it on the part before stretching it over the back of the head.
Step 5 / Lower the pen area and place your hair over the headband.
Step 6 / Next, take a hair piece next to the part and a strand of hair behind the headband.
Step 7 / Divide the front piece into two pieces so that there are now three pieces to start the braid.
Step 8 / Cross over the side strands over the middle and make the first stitch of a braid.
Step 9 / Cross the back strand over the middle and bring in a hair section.
Step 10 / Cross the front strand over the middle and bring in a hair section.
Step 11 / Repeat step 9, cross the back strand and bring hair.
Step 12 / Split the front strand into two halves and cross half of the strand.
Step 13 / Pick up a hair piece and integrate it into the strand.
Step 14 / Cross the dorsal cord over the middle and bring in another hair part.
Step 15 / Repeat steps 12 to 14 until four strands hang.
Step 16 / Split the front strand, cross half the strand, and then bring along the first hanging waterfall string.
Step 17 / Disassemble the front strand and bring the front waterfall strand until the braid reaches the back of the head.
Step 18 / Next, bring a hanging waterfall strand until they are all bright in the braid.
Step 19 / Put the braid up and out of the way to work on the opposite side.
Step 20 / Take part of the hair on the right, just above the ear.
Step 21 / Wrap the strand over the headband and wrap it around it.
Step 22 / Pick up a small piece of hair and wrap it back around the headband.
Step 23 / Wrap the hair further around the ribbon until it reaches the left side.
Step 24 / Gently pull the wrapped hair apart for a fuller effect.
Step 25 / Loosen the braid and put it in the headband and fix it on the head.