30 Braids in 30 Days – the ebook is here

Hair Romance’s second hairstyle ebook is finally here!

30 Braids in 30 Days contains all the tips, tricks and tutorials to help you braid your own hair at home.

Whether you’re a beginner or a stylist, you’ll find so much hair-spiration in 30 Braids in 30 Days. Plus it contains step-by-step picture tutorials as well as full written instructions for all these styles and more.

You’ll learn the Braids Basics, how to prep you hair for braiding, and how to braid your own hair. Even better, this will give you the skills to defeat any bad hair day.

Click the Add to Cart button below to get your copy of the Hair Romance 30 Braids in 30 Days ebook now.

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What’s in the ebook?

  • Over 75 pages of hairstyle ideas and tips to get over bad hair days
  • Tutorials for all styles of braids, starting at the beginner to advanced
  • Step-by-step photo tutorials and written instructions for the 30 braided hairstyles featured in the 30 Braids in 30 Days challenge
  • Styling advice on how to prepare your hair for braiding
  • Tips for braiding curly hair
  • Advice for braiding fine hair
  • Product and styling tips and tricks
  • Braid troubleshooting guide

Do I need a special e-reader?

No. The 30 Braids in 30 Days ebook is a pdf file which can be read on any device with the free Adobe PDF Reader. Save it on your home computer, keep it on your iPhone or iPad by syncing it through iBooks, or save it on your e-reader. It looks better in full colour so you can see all the pictures.

Is this only for people who are good at hair?

No, not at all. I don’t have any special training, so if I can do it I know you can too. I styled my hair for every look and took all the photos too. I explain the Braid Basics from the beginning and here’s a sample of what you’ll find inside the 30 Braids in 30 Days ebook.

The 30 Braids in 30 Days ebook is only $14.95 which is less than 50 cents per hairstyle!

Get your copy now!

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Payment is handled securely through Paypal and you don’t need an account to purchase.

Once paid, you will receive two emails from Hair Romance with your receipt and your unique download link for the 30 Braids in 30 Days ebook. Check your spam folder if you don’t receive them right away. You can always contact Christina – thehair @ hairromance.com should you have any queries.

Start braiding and have fun with your hair!

Christina x

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  1. Linda says

    Yes downloaded this one, and the older one! I loved it! Hope, when my hair gets longer, I can braid it just like you did so I dont get bored with my longer hair.

    Thank you soooo much for this ebook!! Hope to see more from this kind of ebooks in the future!

    • Hair Romance says

      Thanks Cheryl! And braids are a great cover up for bad hair days too. Let me know how you go with the styles xx

  2. Karen says

    so…I noticed that your hair starts straight every day. I have curly hair and never straighten it. Can I still do all of these styles? They are super cute and I would love the book, so just curious about curly hair.

    • Hair Romance says

      Hi Karen, my hair is curly but I straighten my hair as it shows the styles more clearly. Plus it makes it easier to replicate the styles when I shoot the how-to photos for inside the book. You can definitely do the styles in curly hair and I have written a section in my ebook on braiding curly hair and show several styles in my curly hair too. Some of the styles look better in straight hair, as you can see the detail braids, but curls add a whole new dimension to other days. I hope you give it a try and if you have any questions please let me know x

  3. Amiee Curran says

    Just got the book – going to try to do one style every other day!

    It occurred to me though – my hair is VERY different from yours, it’s naturally wavy and I have fine hair but lots of it – it has a tendency to go limp or go frizzy, dry ends but oily roots. I have a heavy fringe as well that I never pin back.

    I would love it if one day you would do a post of reader-submitted photos of their version of your styles, it would be great to see how the styles come out on different types of hair.

    • Hair Romance says

      Thank you so much for buying my book Aimee and that is such a GREAT idea for a post. I have seen some photos on Facebook and instagram and would love you to send me a photo your hair too. I’ll start pulling them all together

  4. Amiee Curran says

    Oh really looking forward to it! I haven’t done my hair in the past week because I was working from home, but I am teaching 4 days this week, so I will get my fiance to take a photo each morning and I’ll send them on this coming weekend.

  5. Lise Van Canegem says

    OMG! i’m getting this book for Christmas.. and that’s only a few weeks :DDD
    i’m so exited!! i always just let my hair how i wake up with (after brushing of course)
    and the 3the day i make a knot! But now..
    my hair comes 15 a 20 cm under my shoulders so it will be perfect!
    thank you Christina Butcher!!!!!!!!!!!!

      • Lise van canegem says

        Your welcome! I just have one question left.. How long does it takes before it get’s at my house? I live in Belgium? i really want the book ON the day off Christmas! So i could start 😉
        and may i have you e-mail adress to send you a picture after getting my hair done ;D

  6. Tammy Harper says

    Hi! I have hair that is really long. It is mid way to my calves when down. Do u think these braids will work ? It seems if I put it in a French twist or pull it up it gets too heavy.

    • Hair Romance says

      Hi Tammy, I think your hair probably too long. Some of the down styles will work but the updos may be difficult in such long hair x

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