Braids are multipurpose! They can keep the hair off your face and they can make you look stylish no matter what the occasion. Be it curly, wavy or straight, you can flaunt with braids. In this video tutorial, Missy Sue will show you on how you can do the lovely cascading looped half up crown braid!
Braids can be seen these days on a lot of people including, teens, kid, celebrities and believe it or not, even most of the grandmas also flaunt stylish braids!
Best part about braiding hair is that you really don’t have to use other hair styling products including heat or chemical products to get your hair right. Your natural hair will do just fine. If your looking for different hairstyles for your hair then braids can give you the most diversity.
Its quite simple to achieve and is not too long as the other hairstyles. All you need to is to follow this step by step video tutorial.
Check out this awesome video and Learn how to do this Lovely Cascading Looped Half Up Crown Braid!
Step 1 – With a part on the right side, separate off a section of hair near the forehead and the part.
Step 2 – Divide this section into three equal pieces and begin a braid by crossing the side strands over the middle.
Step 3 – Cross the back strand over the middle and bring in a piece of hair to create the waterfall braid portion
Step 4 – With the bottom strand, carefully split it into two equal strand then cross one of the halves over the middle strand.
(Repeat steps 3 and 4 until there are four waterfall strands hanging down.)
Step 5 – Cross the back strand over the middle and bring in hair per usual.
Step 6 – Now this time, split the bottom strand, crossing over half the strand, but also pick up the first hanging waterfall strand and incorporate it into the braid as well.
Step 7 – Cross the back strand over the middle and bring in a section of hair. Split the bottom strand and cross over one of the halves, then incorporate the second hanging piece into the braid as well.
Step 8 – Cross the back strand over the middle but stop bringing in hair so the braid lays smoothly when cross behind the head.
Step 9 – Cross the front strand over the middle, without splitting the strand, and bring in the third hanging waterfall piece. (Repeat steps 8 and 9 until all the hanging pieces are brought into the braid.)
Step 10 – Continue braiding the hair down into a regular braid and tie off the end with a clear elastic band. Next, pin the braid out of the way to work with the hair on the other side.
Step 11 – Pick up a section of hair on the other side of the part, the right side and divide it into three pieces for the lace braid.
Step 12 – Cross the side strands over the middle strand one time. Step 13 – Next, cross the back strand over the middle. Step 14 – Then, cross the front strand over the middle and incorporate a section of hair into the braid. Step 15 – Repeat steps 13 and 14 until the braid reaches the top of the right ear.
Step 20 – Continue braiding the hair in a regular braid until it reaches the end. Step 21 – Wrap the braid across the back of the head and pin it in place, hiding the pin underneath the braid on the other side. Step 22 – Let down the first braid, lay it across the lace braid, pulling the tail underneath before pinning it against the head. Step 23 – Finish by pulling some hair loose around the face and a few spritzes of hair spray.