Great Braiding Instructions...fantastic.

http://www.dreamweaverbraiding.com/Braiding_Tips.htm

Most braids are ancient braiding techniques from Ireland but I am sure all ethnicities may enjoy these great looks. There are a few I want to try for sure.

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Thanks for posting this! I've been trying to find new styles to wear my hair in but I'm a bit "style challenged". Those instructions seem pretty clear and I like that there are pictures to go along with them(I'm a more visual learner). There are some that I'm sure I will never be able to do like that arwen braid for example.
Wow, what a great site! Sometimes I wish I would have hair that's long enough to braid–but then I wouldn't have anyone to braid it, so perhaps it's for the best that my hair is shoulder-length.
These are nice - I wish I had someone to braid my hair. I can do a French braid if my hair is traightened, but I can't work with it myself when it's curly. I'm too style challenged I guess.
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I find it easier to braid my hair when it is wet.
cjc
3B very thick, curly hair and on the longer side
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I find it easier to braid my hair when it is wet.
Originally Posted by cjc
Seriously, it's the only way I could detangle my hair enough to get 3 separate strands without ripping out half my hair. :P
I love that site, I used to practice some of the braids there all the time. A loose herringbone isn't too hard and looks good with curly hair.
Thanks for posting this! I've been trying to find new styles to wear my hair in but I'm a bit "style challenged". Those instructions seem pretty clear and I like that there are pictures to go along with them(I'm a more visual learner). There are some that I'm sure I will never be able to do like that arwen braid for example.
Originally Posted by Iwantcurlyhair
I could have written the same reply. Think I might try the twist braid today since I'm just going to the gym, thanks to it being a holiday here. I prefer the more simple ones, with the exception of the Arwen, that one is just gorgeous. I can't imagine having to unbraid that one though.
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Thanks for posting this! I'll be so glad when my hair is long enough to do some fun stuff like this.
http://public.fotki.com/msgiblet/ - pw: gibber -- Pics Added 7/10/11
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That is a great website! I want to try a lot of those braids.
2a/M-C/ii hair. Super long.
Very cool site! I'm all thumbs & elbows so the pics are very handy- thanks for posting this!
3a/b mix
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