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5 braids

Get it twisted

If you dig the braided look as much as we do, then you’ll totally flip out for these out of the box styles that’ll have your friends oohing and aahing! Learn how to recreate them below thanks to celebrity hairstylist Lachers Reese of Angelo David Salon.

The fab French braided bun


Begin by smoothing your hair with the Angelo David Paddle Brush.

The French braided bun step 1


Section off pieces in the front (as shown in the photo), and on the rest of your hair, create a French braid, starting at the top of the ear on one side of your head, going diagonally across to the other side. Secure the end of the braid with an elastic hair band.

The French braided bun step 2


Now, grab the end, and slowly coil it to form a side bun. Hold the bun in place with bobby pins.

The French braided bun step 3


Use a curling iron or rollers next to create a few waves on the front section of hair.
Then divide it up into two sections, pinning one directly back and the other to the
side of your head, attached to the bun. Secure tightly with bobby pins.

The French braided bun step 4


Spray your ‘do with a strong hold hairspray.

The French braided bun step 5


And you’re finished!

The French braided bun step 6

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Comments on "5 Funky braid tutorials"

Shannon February 21, 2013 | 2:49 PM

Thanks for this!! Braids are the way to go, for sure. I've been trying not to use any heat on my hair, so braids are the perfect go-to style for me. Thanks for all these ideas.

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