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Braid Bible: How To Fishtail

Ladies: stop, drop everything, and grab a brush and hair tie—it’s Braid Bible time! Learn how to create a hair masterpiece through our new series. We’ll walk you through easy, step-by-step instructions on how to DIY a gorgeous braid. To start off, we decided to go mermaid-style for the day with a How To Fishtail.

 

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Step 1: Make sure your hair is completely brushed through to avoid any tangle trouble mid-braid.

Step 2: Divide your hair into two equal sections. Note: TWO sections, unlike a traditional braid with three.

Step 3: Take a thin strand from one of the sections and mix it with the opposite side. Re-grip both sections (one side carrying more hair than when we started) and adjust for a neat look.

Step 4: Repeat, taking a thin strand of hair from the opposite side you started with and mixing it with the other. Now, you will have equal hair on both sides.

Step 5: Repeat the back and forth until the end of your hair is reached. Be sure to take even strands for a cohesive look.

Step 6: Finish it off. At the bottom of the braid, tie it with a hair elastic. Use these for a glam look, or try these to keep it subtle. We used Goody SlideProof Spiky Soft Touch Hair Elastics to finish with a pop of color.

Step 7: Optional step—take a few face-framing strands of hair out of the braid for a softer look. Voila! Enjoy it for the rest of the day.

 

How did yours turn out? What other braids would you like to see us breakdown for you? Tell us in the comments below! Head to the Influenster website for more! Follow my blog for more amazing posts at least 2 day!

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Karen

 

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