You will need
  • - threads;
  • shampoo;
  • water;
  • - Hairdryer
  • - comb;
  • - the locking knob;
  • - elastic band.
Wash your hair, dry them and make into smooth strands. Carefully lift the top hide-and-seek and slay them with a clamp. After that, take the middle of a small bunch of hair and tie it with thread: one end of the thread should be on the one hand, and the other with the second.
Divide the hair into two parts. Then remove the clip and add a third beam (it will mean). That is, the sides you have the strands and thread, and in the middle of the beam without it.
Start weaving a braid of three strands. When she's ready, secure the end with rubber bands.
Looks original weaving "fish tail". This braid is braided in two stages. First, gather your hair into a ponytail and secure with a rubber band.
Around the base of the tail tie a knot in a few threads. Following this, divide hair into two equal parts (threads must also be distributed equally). Start braiding left to right, pulling out one of the hair strands and connecting them to other (to form the infinity sign).
Netting fastened tightly, because otherwise the strands are arranged randomly, causing the braid will be sloppy.
Impressive look of a French braid with the threads. Divide the strand into three bundles and put under her three strands, folded in half, and then start braiding braids, capturing new strands. A few stitches add three more strands and do so several times.
If at the end of weaving the hair is not enough, add a few threads and duplicite pigtail.