Today, I’m going to show you how to do a waterfall braid. I like to do waterfall braids in half up-half down style. This look is great either when you’re wearing your hair down, straight and wavy. It’s a really great look if you’re going from day to night. It’s also a nice look for different outfits. If you want to take this back into a ponytail, you have that nice look like a waterfall.Here are Waterfall Braid Tutorial On Yourself Step By Step :
Take a small triangle section and split it into three separate sections and twist the outsides, Pick up the hair from the top and add it into the braid. For the bottom section of the braid take half of it and drop down the other half and continue.
Pick up another piece from the top and add it into the braid and then drop half of the bottom section again, and just continue picking up only from the top.
Then, continue dropping half of the bottom piece down, while still holding onto the other half and twine it in. You’ll continue to do this all the way around and following the curve of your head.
Here, you’re getting that nice waterfall illusion.
You’ll take this side of the braid to about the mid-point of your head, Pick up on the top and dropping out half of the bottom. Then the three-strand braid about halfway down.
Finish off the braid in a standard braid while binding it off with a clear elastic and Tie-off with a nice, small clear elastic.
Do the same in this section diagonal towards your ear or away from your ear.
Enjoy your hair.
- If you want to take this back into a ponytail, you have that nice texture from the waterfall to tie into the ponytail.
- I normally like to section a diagonal section right, straight towards the ear.
- You can either leave this braid down, hanging straight down for a nice relaxed look or you can tuck it under.
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