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How to France Braid Curly hair
I. Many of us have hair, and we most wear it in several ways. Today I am going to teach you how to France Braid frizzy hair. A. Attention Getter: My personal daughters prefer to have their lengthy and crazy and all over the place. My oldest little girl is just lazy and will not like to do anything with her hair. Each time she has that down it will always be in her deal with. So to keep her tir and frizzy hair out of her deal with I would put her frizzy hair in a The french language braid.
B. So today I am going to let you know a little bit about the history of French braiding, along with the different types of braids, as well as how to start, and handle a braid.
1 . Clean hair
a. shampoo flowing hair like usual
b. fitness your hair with your normal moisturizing hair product
2 . Blow drying
a. Place whatever sort of anti-frizz and heat protection on your moist hair if you desire
n. blow dried your hair till it is dry. This helps and so hair would not stick to your fingertips. B. Brushing
1 . Brushes you can use
a. You can use what ever brush or perhaps comb you could have lying around
2 . No knots
a. comb your hair out so you cannot find any knots anywhere in your hair b. make sure your hair is completely setting up flat
1 . Tooth brushes
a. clean or combs'
b. rat tail brush
2 . Locks ties
a. Elastic transparent or whatsoever color your hair is
b. Thicker locks should make use of a thicker frizzy hair tie.
III. Starting and tying out of your braid
A. Second Step
1 . Sectioning off curly hair
a. Where ever you are going to begin your braid you will begin. n. You will get started like a typical braid and section that into 3 pieces bringing the one farthest to the proper over the part in the middle then simply take the hair to still left and take it over installment payments on your Bring up portions
a. along with your rat butt comb require a chunk of hair by either side of the hair and add that to the left...