Halo braid: how to braid right?

Hairstyle that looks good on everyone and is suited to a variety of images is a halo braid. Learn how to weave and will be able to do different hairstyles on the basis of the same principle of weaving!

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How to make a Greek braid?

The Greek called braid, which is braided around the head – not throwing the head, and criss-crossing it. How to do it?

First make a side parting on the top (to divide the entire mass of hair parted into two halves is not necessary). The parting can be either direct or oblique. If you did a side parting, then start weaving Greek braids with the part of your head, where a large section of hair, and if the parting is straight, then you can start to weave anything.

Spit in the Greek style is woven on the basis of normal or “inverted” reverse French braid: weaving principle is the same, only the strands need to twist not at the top, and at the bottom of the braids.

For those who have not yet mastered this technique, website sympaty.net will tell you how to begin to weave.

At the point where you want to start braid, you separate the three strands and twist them once, as if braiding normal hair. It is important to set the direction of the weave – if you want a hairstyle with Greek braid, then start to weave towards the ear, along the hairline. Then you take one of the three strands (the one you need to twist in order), but add to it another strand of hair – from the General mass of hair, top or bottom depending on where is the main strand. Twist off the pigtail has two fused strands. Do likewise with each subsequent weave.

To achieve accuracy, you need to watch for two things:

  • Add the strands should be of equal thickness (accordingly, the thickness of the main strands will remain the same).
  • Take extra strands need not with arbitrary points on the head, and along certain lines (bottom is a hairline, and the top – either your usual parting, or specifically held side parting, which separates the part of the hair from which is woven a halo braid.

How to complete the hairstyle with a Greek slant?

When you dopily to the bottom of occipital part, then you need to decide what you want to do with the remaining length of hair. If you leave loose strands on the other side of the head, you can continue braiding in a circle, and when loose strands over, then continue to braid like a normal braid that you put the “crown”, and the ends hide under the Greek weave.

In addition to the version with the Greek diadem, you can continue the weave, asymmetrical oblique, which will fall on the shoulder, but it only looks good on long and thick hair.

Greek braids for medium hair you can weave on both sides of the parting to have enough length of the strands. At the nape this hairstyle can be combined in a bun or ponytail, or braids doblesti so, how much is enough length hair, and fasten them to the back of the head criss-cross (something like tight to the back of your head “baskets”).

Halo braid for long hair may be the only element of the hairstyle.

This makes a small Greek braid from the hair from the forehead to the ear the parting at the same bias), behind the ear, braid clips, not doplata to the tips. Then the loose mass of hair stack large soft curls or waves.

Greek braided braid, you can do more volume, fluff up – take a little bit to pull out the loops of the weave. This is especially true if you have fine hair and the braid looks “skinny”.

Styling products for this hairstyle is not mandatory, but if you really important that hairstyle remained all day in the same form, sprinkle the finished weaving varnish. If the hair is heavy and hard, to make them more plastic and to simplify the braiding process will help the mousse.

How to make a beautiful hairdo in the Greek style, read this article on the “Beautiful and Successful”.

Author – Dasha Blinova, site ToKnow365.top

Halo braid: how to braid right?

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