30 Braids in 30 Days – Day 15

Day 15 – the Loose French Braid

A classic French braid, just with a loose, sideways twist!


Love this braid as much as I do? You can find out how to do it for yourself in my exciting ebook 30 Braids in 30 Days. It has this and all the other 29 braided styles from my 30 Days of Braids Challenge.
 
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If you want to see some of the other styles featured in my ebook, take a look at them in the 30 Braids in 30 Days Challenge.
 
Have you seen my other 30 Day Hairstyle Challenge? Before I attempted 30 Braids in 30 Days, I completed 30 Days of Twist & Pin, showcasing my signature styling technique, the Twist & Pin. Take a look at some of the styles from the 30 Hairstyles in 30 Days Challenge here.
 
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Comments

  1. Michaela says

    Christina I love your braid series, I have definitely been inspired! Do you have any advice for how to stop your braid falling out during the day? I wear a braid very similar to today’s braid to work regularly and I find I have to redo it halfway through the day if I have stretched it out to make it look big (and skinny braids are no fun!). Maybe my hair is just too short, it’s about an inch below my shoulders.

    • Hair Romance says

      Thanks Michaela! Loose braids are my fave, but if your hair isn’t longer than 2 or 3 braided sections it can fall out as there’s not enough tension to hold it in place. I use a texture spray or sea salt spray to add more grip to my hair before I braid which helps. Also, a few carefully placed bobby pins are necessary for shorter layers. Hope this helps x

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