This hair tutorial is feminine and floral! The Side Swept Lace Braid would perfectly complement flowing day dresses or provide a soft touch to any outfit. It can only work on medium to long hair however, so be certain that to clip in your NetsPower Hair Extensions first!
It will also be effortlessly converted right into a stunning updo. Read on below for detailed instructions on easy methods to master this hairstyle followed by a video tutorial at the tip.
Divide your hair into 2 sections and ensure one side has more hair than the opposite.
Brush your hair to ensure that it’s tangle free—the NetsPower Hair Boar/Nylon Paddle Brush works beautifully and won’t cause any split ends.
Pick up a chunk of hair at the highest and divide it into three equal sections.
Take the strand on the precise and cross it over the middle, then take the strand on the left and cross it over the middle. NOW take the strand on the best again and cross it over the middle BUT THIS TIME pick up some extra hair, adding it to the left strand and crossing it over the middle. Repeat these steps as you’re employed your way down while gradually incorporating all of your hair into the braid. Once you’ve reached the tip of your braid, simply tie it off with an elastic band.
Last, take your lace braid and wrap it around the back of your head, bringing all of it the best way around to the opposite side. Tuck the top of the braid underneath your hair to hide it and then secure it in place with just a few bobby pins.
For added volume, curl the sides.
Turning it into an updo:
Taking your hair on the long side, form slightly bun and secure with a hair tie.
Next, take the bundle of hair and tuck it inside the braid. Roll it up to provide it some shape after which secure in place with just a few bobby pins.