Double Inside-Out French Braid
Easier to do than it looks! If you've never done an inside-out french braid, it's the same thing as a regular french braid except you cross the strands UNDER one another rather than OVER.
Part wet hair in the middle, do two inside-out french braids, one on each side, and pin to the back of the head, tucking the ends underneath each other.
My hair is fine and falls out easily, so I only braid when it's wet. I also never strive for perfection. It's too frustrating, and makes you look like a five-year-old on picture day, anyway.
- Added Jan 12, 2013