I spent most of my childhood in twin braids – a remnant of village India which my teenage rebelliousness swiftly quashed.  It took me years to get over my braid overdose, but now that I have a daughter, I find myself re-visiting The Braid

Above, gorgeous styling (image via Magda Berny):
Below, love that flower (image via Style Me Pretty):

I have never dared the waterfall braid (image and tutorial via love Maegan):

Another version of the waterfall (image via The Frugal Girls):

I often do this on my daughter (image via Google Images):

Love this snap (image via Google Images):

I could never do this (image via here):

Unique and adorable (image and tutorial via here):


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4 Responses to “Ways to Braid Your Hair”

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    Awwwwwww such pretty styles! I had thick long hair until I kept them braided. Now, its a different story – sigh! :S

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