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Eat, Love and Braid
If women were given one wish, they would definitely ask for more beauty. Some women would want longer hair, some would beg for a slimmer waist, others for taller height and what not. However, most women would definitely ask for better, thicker, longer hair.
Because of the availability of Human Hair Extensions today, most women could enjoy longer hair without waiting for months or without consuming hair vitamins to achieve the desired fullness and length for their hair. And that is why those women who have waved their worries good bye by getting hair extensions, are enjoying life to the fullest by having ‘Eat, Love and Braid” as their mantra.
Braids are the fad these days. Multiple braid styles can be seen at parties, weddings and at even workplaces where girls confidently manage their length, all the while looking as if they have freshly come out of a saloon. Following braid styles are making the headlines:
A side braid made with the side parting is the look of the day. Giving the front a wavy twist will complete the look as the side braid hangs on one of the shoulders.
Starting from one ear and stretching all the way to the other one, headband braids could be worn with rest of the hair either let lose or tied for a finished look. The headband braid is particularly for formal events where the hair must look neatly done.
Hair Line Braid
With the side parting, a hair line braid borders the outline of swept away bangs falling onto one side. This is a thin braid that runs from the side of the head to one of the ears as it gets tucked away behind an ear with a twister.
Swedish MilkMaid Braid
A Swedish braid is a thick braid that is coupled with an up-do. This hair do is for the coarsest hair to make use of the volume and the fullness.
A fish braid is today’s most popular braid style. This braid hangs on one side with thin strands of hair woven together. Fish tail adds volume at the top of the hair by teasing them and then pulls back all the hair to the side to allow it to make a soft plait.
This braid starts from one ear and forming a U it ends at the other.
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