January 22, 2009

another INSIDE-OUT frenchbraid

Part the hair from one side down to the ear. Inside-Out frenchbraid this section. 
Section the next piece going the opposite direction & also Inside-Out french braid this. 
Pull the hair into pigtails, adding the french braids into the ponies. 
Braid the piggies. 
Pull them together at the end with an elastic. 
Add some bows where the elastics are for where the pigtails start. 
& you are finished!!

7 comments:

Mindy said...

I an new here. You do a beautiful job! Thanks for sharing your creations! I'm wondering -- do you start with wet hair each time or do you gel her hair?

In HIM -
Mindy

GooberDiva13 said...

Hi!
I love reading your blog. I agree that inside out french braids are easier to do, especially on oneself.
All these cute hair-dos make me want to have a girl, and hope she gets my husband's nice thick hair, and not my really thin/fine hair. Here's to hoping ;)

Erin said...

Oooo,super cute! Thanks for the new idea!

Hillary said...

I love your blog, too! You've given me tons of great ideas and have inspired me to make up my own adorable do's! I would definitely love an inside-out french braid tutorial -- that's the one I never learned how to do.

Bree said...

I 2nd the tutorial on the inside out french braid! I haven't been able to figure it out, so seeing it explained might help! I love your blog!

Mindy said...

Hey--

I do the blog Hairstyles for Girls---www.cutegirlshairstyles.blogspot.com.

I was wondering if you would add me to your list of hair blogs---I will add you to mine as well...leave me a comment and let me know

April said...

Hi thanks so much... I just finished this on my daughter and it looks just like yours. You give great directions. My daguhters hair is a bit shorter than yours so when you bring the pigtails together I didn't pull the hair thru all the way, and then I curled it into a little waterfall. It looks great! I think I'd be lost with out your idea. Thank you so much!