Tuesday, February 12, 2013

This is a more complicated one but don't throw it out after first glance!  Try it!  You will get a lot of comments on it.  :)
Ok, this is just two normal french braids.  First part your hair in your normal part.  Mine is always over to the side.  So I started on the side with the deepest part and start my french braid.  French braid around til a little behind your ear then stop adding hair and just finish the braid down.
Now go to the other side and french braid around the other side of your head til all the hair is in a braid and finish the braid.
Next take the two ends and make a fun design with them and bobby pin them!  :)
As you can see below I did 2 swirls.
Hope you enjoy!  Leave a comment if you have any questions!

Friday, February 1, 2013

Ok this one I got and get comments on ALL the time when I do it and get asked the same questions here as I did over in India, "Did you do that yourself?  I love that!  Did it take you a long time?"
These pictures don't show it very well but yes you can do it yourself and no it doesn't take long!  Yay!
Now, for those of you with naturally curly hair you may be like me and need to do these braided do's while your hair is still damp.  I have to or else my hair will frizz all over the place!  But for those of you with striaght hair do it dry because it looks better that way.
(I got this hair do idea off Pinterest so I'll post the pic. at the bottom.  It'll show it better than mine.)
Ok, first take your bangs and/or the front section of your hair.... part off a square.  Twist it 2-3 times, bump it up a little and bobby it.
Then, starting on the opposite side, take a small section starting in front, divide into 2 pieces, and do a French Twist (how to video in the 'How to Braids" page above) all the way around to the other side of your head just behind your ear and twist all the way down.  Don't let go or it will untwist!  Now take the end and twist it back, making a spiral and bobby pin it!

Sorry it's not very big!  :{