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Step-by-step tutorial: the double French braid
Step-by-step tutorial: the double French braid
Step-by-step tutorial: the double French braid
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Step-by-step tutorial: the double French braid

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Step 1: After washing and de-tangling your locks, create a centre parting. Apply a heat-protective spray, then dry hair with a hair-dryer for speed.
 
Step 2: Starting from the left side of your parting, separate your hair into two sections. Leave the lengths loose and braid the upper section first. The braid should lie very close to your head and stop at the nape of the neck. Repeat this on the right hand side of your parting.
 
Step 3: Once you have braided both upper sides of your parting, gather all of your lengths together. With the two braided sections, you now need to create one single braid with the lengths to finish.
 
Step 4: Braid your hair from the neck downwards to the ends. Your hairstyle should start with two French braids at the top and finish with one at the bottom. Spray evenly with hairspray to set your style in place.
 
© Pixelformula / Moschino prêt-à-porter runway, Spring-Summer 2014 © Jean Louis David
 
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