Beautiful, thick and long hair have long beenthe pride of all beauties. Even today, they do not lose popularity, despite the existence of a variety of options for short haircuts. Well, one of the most popular hairstyles has always been braids in all their diversity. How to learn how to weave braids?
We learn the basics
Everything is very simple. The main thing in this business is perseverance and constant practice. And having mastered the basics of weaving, you can improve to infinity, learning all the new and new options. In addition to the usual and quite traditional spikelets and French braids, there are braids with ribbons, rims, flowers, hairpins, braids of three, four or more strands. But, despite the diversity, from which the eyes run, weaving is always created on the basis of the simplest pigtail of three strands, and therefore quite liable to study. It is worth remembering that not all versions of braids will fit any hair. Rare hair will look only in certain hairstyles, so you need to carefully choose the weaving for a particular type of hair.
However, do not be sad even for those who havesoft and not too thick hair. You can learn how to weave large braids, which visually seem thicker than they really are. To do this, you only need to freely braid curls: strands in the braid should just be pulled up a little, and then spread them in the form of a fan with a handle from the comb. The spit will appear much larger, thicker and more beautiful. Well, if you want it is the volume pigtails, it will be necessary in the process of weaving and after it to stretch slightly laterally the side strands of the braid (how much depends on the length of the hair). Well, even from the braided openwork beauty you can make, say, a flower (stretching the side strands only on one side and then twisting the braid in a flower, the core is attached by invisible ones) or real lace (the most simple braid of three strands is weaved, thin strands are pulled in one direction or both at once). In principle, any girl who decided to learn how to weave braids, can make the hair more spacious: you just need to pull out the already finished pigtail small strands, weakening the original weaving. Another option - to use special strands, weaving them into your own hair.
How to learn how to weave braids suitable for bothevery day, and for a holiday? First you need to learn how to braid a classic smooth and neat braid. For this, the hair is divided into even strands, and the lateral strands are rather tight when braided. Gradually, the hands will get used to the weaving, and the hair will be neater. The most beautiful and fairly simple option is the French pigtail. How to learn how to weave a French braid? Quite simply. The hair is divided into three identical even strands and are braided in such a way: the left strand goes over the middle, then the right strand over the middle and so on to the end of the hair, adding lateral strands. You can braid the French pigtail on the contrary: for this, the left and right strands are passed under the middle one. Another very beautiful option - the so-called French waterfall. The hair is combed, a lock is taken from the temple and the traditional braid of three strands is braided towards the other temple. In the process of weaving, new strands are added, there is no need to weave. As a result, you get loose hair, like a rim, held together by a scythe. You can slightly curl them in curls and fasten with fixative.
And how to learn how to weave braids from four strands? Too simple enough. The hair is divided into four equal, equal parts. The extreme left is placed under the lock that is close to him. Then the extreme right goes to the nearest lock. Now the extreme left (with the addition of a side lock) goes underneath the nearest one. The same is repeated with the extreme right (only it goes to strand). So it flops to the very end, fixed with an elastic band or ribbon.
It is just as easy to understand the question ofhow to learn how to weave braids in the form of a wreath. You can do this from three or four strands, only adding additional strands from the sides, and starting from the forehead or from the temple. Equally impressive are classic harnesses: a hair strand is taken, divided into two parts, each strand twists in one direction around itself, and then the strands are intertwined in the opposite side around each other. You can braid such a tourniquet from the tail, and you can start from the forehead, adding new weaves to the weave, just twisting them.