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9 Ways Easy Braids are Completely Overrated

Learning how to Easy braid hair is simpler said than done. Even the braids that are supposed to be “easy” (regardless of whether spotted on celebrities or online life tutorials) seem to require a type of hair magic or superhuman hand quality. Sarah Potempa is here to help fix that.

In case you’re not effectively acquainted with Potempa, she’s a celebrity hairstylist and organizer of the Beachwaver, the well-known self-hair curling accessory. She’s additionally a braid master. Potempa once completed a 365 Days of Braids challenge where she wore an alternate braid each and every day for a whole year. On the off chance that that is not verification of her ability and devotion, we don’t have the foggiest idea what is.

On that note, we asked Potempa to show Glamor staff members her preferred strategies dependent on our hair length and surfaces. The degrees of trouble change from a 1—something you presumably aced at day camp—to a 5, which means you have your braid game on lock. Here she shares her best counsel on how to braid hair—alongside braid tutorials for short hair, fine hair, wavy hair, and then some.

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Easy Braids

This dear figure-eight braid is entirely easy to DIY, so don’t be threatened. This is an example of my work, so here’s the snappy wicked good. You will be working with just two strands (just like a fishtail), taking a meager layer of hair from the correct strand and folding it over itself, at that point getting the strand together with the left side, and afterward re-directing a similar strand back to one side—think a liquid figure-eight development. Catch my entire tutorial on The Everygirl. It’s pretty goofing confirmation while recreating the look on yourself, trust me.

 

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