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In this hair tutorial learn how to create a hair side braid with ribbon, with eco friendly safe products.
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Hey guys! Today, we’re going to do a real quick lace. A little lace in a cute, little braid and then hold back and do a fun, funky little pony. So, just take a chunk of hair and then wave some around my face and then take—I mean this is probably I don’t know. Like what, 24-inches? Okay, 32-inches, 1 yard. Not much of a sewing girl. Oh sorry, ribbon not lace. You can get it anywhere.
Okay. So, take a piece of hair wherever you want your braid and then find the middle of the lace and set that right underneath your hair. And then, you’re going to want to separate it just like you would a braid and with each end, combine the hair with the ribbon. I keep saying lace, whatever it is. That works.
Okay. So, you got your two ends and then this will go underneath the middle hair, remember because it’s underneath. Let’s combine with the two ends. Can you see that? It’s kind of confusing but it’s really simple. Okay and then start your braid and just connect the ribbon with the strands. And you want to do it kind of tight. If you want a lot of hair in your braid, get more hair, come out a little bit. It’s really simple and easy.
Okay and then style it however you want. I would probably say, take—stick. Bear with me because my hair is blonde and tie it off with the end just so that it doesn’t lose in. That’s cute. So, you can do whatever. You can pull it back and pin it. You can do it down. Pulling the half of like that or you can just take like a loose side pony.
And then, just wrap it like however you want. I’m just—messy when I’m sharing other —maybe they’re just messy buns. Pretty stuff, self explanatory, right? And then pin. And then we’ve got Onesta’s Create Finish Firm Hold. This is once again a natural spray, just turn out to inhale the fume, air filter, not good for you. Creams are never good for you, right? Okay. It’s cute. See, you can see it. That’s it. Just like five minutes. All right, see you!