Triple Braid, Triple Fun!
By Megan Kramer
I've been showing you guys a bunch of braids lately; I'm still seeing them everywhere (and I'm not over them yet) so I'll keep showing you tutorials until we move onto the next trend! To keep myself from getting bored, I'm always trying to practice different twists on the standard braid. My good sported friend was patient with me while I tried about 8 things on her; some that were not so cute, until we tried one that was. Point being that you can always come up with a different way to style a braid. They are completely versatile and with a little creativity, can have people wondering, "how the heck did she do that?" So get creative, and I would love to see what you come up with!
What you need:
- small rubber bands
What you do:
- Start by putting your hair in a pony tail where you want the braid to begin.
- Separate the pony tail into 3 equal sections.
- Braid each of the sections and secure with a small rubber band (I think it looks better when the braids aren't too tight). You will have 3 separate braids.
- Braid the 3 separate braids together to make one big braid.
- Secure with a rubber band.
- Use your hands to pull the braid a part just a bit and make it a little bigger.
- Take out the top rubber band and the 3 rubber bands that were holding the separate braids together, but leave the one holding the main braid together.