January 20, 2009

Lots of Braids

I've had a lot of requests to do a tutorial on the inside-out french braid - so be looking for it especially since this one has lots of braids in it. 

I think the inside-out french braid is much easier than a regular french braid & looks much cuter. Here's what we came up with today:
Part the hair & begin braiding from the side.  This picture doesn't it show it very good but I didn't braid all the way down. On the right side, the underneath is down so that it can be pulled into a pony. 
I did four sections. I've done this before & I did 5 sections - so however many you need. You can see better in this the hair that is left down on the right side. 
Pull it all up into a side pony. 
Braid the hair - I did this once again in 4 sections - but however you would like. 
Front view: of course with a finger near the mouth. Add your cute bow. 
back view:

6 comments:

MaKayla said...
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MaKayla said...

I`m now following our blog!:)

The Parry Family said...

Ok, so I haven't quite figured out how to french braid my daughters hair, I can do my own but not someone else's. So when you curl her hair, what size curling iron are you using? My daughter has thin hair and crazy cowlics at the top so sectioning it doesn't always look that great. I will check it out. Will you respond with the curling iron question on my blog www.jjparry@blogspot.com

shaywoman said...

I have been loving your ideas and have used a few on my own 5 and 3 year-old girls! I was referred to your blog by going through another blog.I'm not sure how the gal even knows you if she does! You get the pic! Anyhow, I have you linked on my page so others can use your inspiration. Thanks!
BTW I am from Southern California!

Ginny said...

Your daughter is just the cutest thing! She makes me miss that age for my girls everytime you blog a new hair style :)

Goldsmith Family said...

I look at your Blog all the time but have never commented. Thanks so much for all of the cute hair ideas. Your Blog is my favorite of the hair blogs because you are so creative and your daughter is such a doll!