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To achieve this look minus split ends and fly aways you must deep condition once a week and cold wash for healthy ends x

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Feb 01, 2012

Jualz T.

Do you have a tutorial?

Feb 01, 2012

Rose Make Up Artist R.

I don't do tutorials sweetie
But I did list in my comments below how to do it
:) x

Jan 31, 2012

Mandia P.

Can someone tell me what this braid is called how I even start to learn how to braid like this? 

Jan 31, 2012

Tabitha M.

This is called a slide braid (some people call it different things, it has multiple names really) and it's really simple - it's a 3 strand english braid (basic braid) but you hold one of the strands and push/slide/squish the other two up. This blog has a tutorial and a bunch of pictures :) http://goldilocksnme.blogspot.com/2...

Jan 31, 2012

Ashley H.

What is the name of this braid?

i tried with your instructions.. im just kinda slow lol :/ 

Feb 01, 2012

Rose Make Up Artist R.

Not slow you were just in too much of a rush ;)

Jan 28, 2012

Hannah A.

I love doing this braid! my friend taught it to me a few weeks ago! =]

Jan 30, 2012

Rose Make Up Artist R.

:))))))

Jan 26, 2012

Soma S.

I've never seen this before! It's soon cool!

Feb 01, 2012

Rose Make Up Artist R.

Glad you like Soma x

I love this! i still dont know how to do it! 

Jan 27, 2012

Rose Make Up Artist R.

Please see my first reply

Jan 17, 2012

Michelle T.

i love this, how did you do this?

Jan 17, 2012

Rose Make Up Artist R.

To do this you take three strands as if to plait.

You ensure the centre strand is straight and lay it over your flowing hair and plait intertwining over and under it using the other two strands x