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A french braid starting at the parietal ridge and going on a diagnol line to the oppisite side to the nape, then let losely and curl with a flat iron, curling iron, or a wand.

A french braid starting at the parietal ridge and going on a diagnol line to the oppisite side to the nape, then let losely and curl with a flat iron, curling iron, or a wand.

DIY side french braid

DIY side french braid

This updo starts off with a five strand waterfall that gets all the hair to one side, then I put the hair left that wasn't part of the waterfall in a ponytail, then I French braid taking the waterfalled strands and the hair from the ponytale and then I wrap it up in a bun. All hair on this page is done by me Osman Salam.

This updo starts off with a five strand waterfall that gets all the hair to one side, then I put the hair left that wasn't part of the waterfall in a ponytail, then I French braid taking the waterfalled strands and the hair from the ponytale and then I wrap it up in a bun. All hair on this page is done by me Osman Salam.

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