Lace Braid Half Up Hairstyles

Hey everyone, I’m Jordan from Braids by Jordan. Today, I’m going to be showing you how to do a pretty half-up lace braid style. If you haven’t already comment to Hairstyles, make sure to hit the comment button and give this post a big thumbs-up. So, let’s get started. Start off by taking a section of hair from one side of the part and dividing it in to three equal pieces. Take the top piece and cross it over in to the middle. And then, take the bottom piece and cross it over in to the middle. Then, repeat that again with the top piece.

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But, this time, we’re gonna add in a small new section of hair. So, add in that section and cross it over in to the middle. Then, just take the bottom piece and cross it over in to the middle without adding any new hair. This’ll create a lace braid. So then, just repeat those steps all the way back, making sure to only add in hair to the top piece. Once you reach the back of the head, stop adding in new hair and continue your regular braid for a few extra stitches. And then, I decided to back and pancake the braid. So, I just went back and carefully pulled on the edges to give the braid a little more volume. Once you’ve braided a little ways down, take either a bobby pin or an elastic to temporarily secure the end of the braid. Then repeat on the other side, making sure to only add in hair to the top side of your lace braid so that it matches the first braid. Once you’ve finished the second braid, secure both braids together at the back of the head with a baby elastic.

And then, I decided to hair wrap my elastic. So to do that, put your fingers back up through the elastic, take a small piece of hair from the ponytail, wrap it around the elastic a couple times, and then pull the ends back down through the elastic. To finish off this style, I’m doing a little half up pull through braid. So, take a section of hair from each side of the ponytail and then secure them together with a clear baby elastic. And then, I went back and carefully pulled on the edges of those pieces to give them a little bit of extra volume. And then again, I went back and hair the elastic, but this is optional if you don’t want to. And then, repeat those steps one more time to make a second little pull through. And that’s it. I hope you guys like this hairstyle. And if you did, make sure to give this post a thumbs-up. If you wanna see my locks tutorial, you can click the link here. And if you wanna see more CGH posts, you can click the link here. To comment to Cute Girl Hairstyles, make sure to click this link. And if you wanna see more from me, you can head over to Braids by Jordan, or they’ll be linked to my YouTube blog in the description box below. I hope you have a great week and I’ll see you soon with another hair tutorial. Bye.

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