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braid tutorial.

Thursday, June 4, 2009

braid tutorial

I took these videos last month before I trimmed my hair. They aren't the greatest (I sound so silly on video...yuck) and had planned to re-make them, but decided to post these anyway.

braid tutorial {part 1}

braid tutorial {part2}

10 comments :

  1. Thanks for the explanation! I think I may give it a try tomorrow, although with the humidity we've had over here, my hair has created its own fuzz halo, so it might not be the prettiest.

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  2. niki, i can only imagine what my hair would look like in your weather. iowa isn't very humid at the moment, but i know it will be changing very soon. ;)

    if you try it, you should take a picture! i'd love to see. :)

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  3. thank you so much for this tutorial! i really want to try this, though i do have a bit longer hair than you do, but i guess the length doesn't matter too much as long as it's not too short...

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  4. This is such a pretty style! I've been braiding my hair a lot lately (humidity = frizz = bad hair days!), and I shall have to give this one a try! :)

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  5. SO Lovely, Anna! :) When I had shoulder length hair I was always at a loss for what to do as far as putting it up.....I love the way you use all the little braids to make the back look so pretty.....I wonder if this would work for longer hair.....I think I might go try it out!! meep! :)

    Thanks for sharing!! :)

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  6. Thank you for the tutorial! This style is so pretty on you. I used to wear my hair in milk maid braids all the time and loved it, but I started to get headaches from all the pins I had to use to hold up my super long hair. I will have to give this style a try. I love how feminine it looks!

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  7. thank you so much for the tutorial. you are so beautiful, anna.

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  8. What a pretty, pretty style. I can't wait to try this. I've been stuck in the same old half-ponytail or ponytail for quite a while. Something new will be quite refreshing!

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  9. Thank you so much for the video tutorial!

    I'm so glad braids are in fashion right now. I have long hair and have always wanted to do something with it, so I'm really glad that lovely glad girls like yourself are sharing some hair-do techniques! :)

    This style is great for hot weather and goodness knows I need help! It's 37 degrees Celsius (aprox. 100 degrees Fahrenheit) here in Portugal right now.

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  10. so glad you find it helpful! i wore my hair like this the other day when it was really hot and humid out and it was great! i have pretty wavy crazy hair in humid weather, so i have a feeling i'll be putting my hair back in braids constantly this summer.

    thanks for the comments!! :)

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