I wanted to do the head braid without a part so I started the braiding right above my left ear then worked my way around and wrapped the end behind the starting point. I really loved this look because from straight-on there isn’t a part showing where I started and finished the braiding. The ladies at work all had me explain how I did it because it looked so complicated but we all know it really isn’t :)
This is my new favorite braid.
It’s an upside down braid so you tuck each strand under the others as you braid and you only braid in the top and not the bottom. So the hair closest to my forehead isn’t being brought in, only hair from the top is. Does that make sense? It’s like a half french braid. Anyways, I am loving the look because it’s different from the standard and it’s gotten easier and easier each time I’ve done it. Go try it.
After finishing the first Hunger Games I raved about it so much I begged and pleaded with AJ to read it. And he did. In one day. He stayed up all night finishing it. I was so surprised. It’s seriously that good. So if you haven’t read it yet, run your little legs over to the library and grab it. Everybody’s doing it.
Quote of the Day:
Me: “I had a dream last night that I had a baby.”
AJ: “What color was it?”
Here is the headbraid as promised!
I hope you find it useful and it makes sense :)
Apparently I’m a big talker because I talked my whole way through this tutorial. So in an effort to cut off 4 whole minutes! my
cute super hot husband did the honors of editing it. He wanted to add a little extra so that explains all the awesome music, title, and fast forwarding. Thanks husby! [oh and don’t worry about what you’re missing when it’s fast forwarding, I’m just jabbering about nonsense]