I found this a little difficult at first but with practice, it became easier to “inside out” braid. If you find it difficult to picture what to do, I recommend searching on youtube to see how to do it visually.


Material

  • 1 elastic
  • plenty of patience!

Method

  1. Seperate hair into three strands at the top of the head.
  2. Braid as usual by adding in one strand of hair with each time you plait the 3 main strands, the only difference is instead of passing the strands over each other, pass them under each other.
  3. This makes the hair pop up and turn inside out.
  4. Tease the hair slightly on each loop to make it a little fuller if you like.


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    • 11 Jun 2016
      2:08 pm

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  • Thanks for sharing; beautiful but I would need lots of practice to create it I think.

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  • Thanks! I have been wanting to try this for so long but couldn’t work it out

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  • thank you I will give it a try,have takencopy but looks fantastic especially for winter weather, could try and get one of my grandkids to do it for me as she is a wizz with hair

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  • It does look very pretty. I find them hard to do but I try my best.

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  • I only just learned to do a French braid in the last couple of years. I’ve yet to try the inside out or Dutch braid as it’s also known, as I haven’t been confident enough in my skills yet. I quite agree that it takes a lot of practice and patience.

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  • A classic french braid and it look’s beautiful! Thanks.

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  • This looks really beautiful!


    • Thanks so much, I had to practice it quite a bit at first.

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  • Patience is the key to hairstyles!


    • Especially this one. My fingers didn’t want to go the right way sometimes!

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  • Thankyou for sharing, i always find this one harder to do.


    • It does get easier with time!



      • Agreed. It took me quite a few times but I’m glad I persevered.

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