Tag: fishtail braid

  • how to do a Half-Up Fishtail On Yourself Hairstyle

    I started this Half-Up Fishtail style by curling my hair with a 1-inch curling wand.   1–2. Pull half the hair up into an elastic band. You don’t want to pull all the thickness up, just those very top layers. You can either use a Topsy Tail for this next part or create a hole […] More

  • how to do a Elegance Swept to the Side On Yourself Hairstyle

    You will need to be familiar with the French Fishtail and the Alternative Braid. Please refer to those tutorials for more in-depth instructions. You want fresh falling curls for this style made from the 1-inch wand tutorial,  Make sure to tease your hair to add volume and set the hairstyle with firm hold hair spray […] More

  • how to do a French Fishtail On Yourself Hairstyle

    The Fishtail Braid is also known as the Herringbone, the Fish Bone, or the Mermaid Braid. It looks very elaborate but is surprisingly simple. Even though it involves four strands of hair instead of three like in French and Dutch Braids, many people find this style much easier to learn. In general, you want to […] More

  • How To Waterfall Braid On Yourself Hairstyle

    Basic steps: Braid, transfer left and middle sections into your top hand, and drop the bottom piece. Replace the bottom piece with a new section. Braid the new bottom piece over the middle and repeat.   1. Start with a simple three-strand braid near your part: bottom section over middle and top section over middle. […] More

  • How To French Braided Topknot On Yourself Hairstyle

    Braiding upside down is always a little bit tricky. It took me good while to really nail it. I suggest going very slow and saying the steps out loud. It’ll help you remember what you’re doing and what step you’re on while calming down those confused little fingers! You can do it. Practice, practice, practice!! […] More

  • How To French Braid On Yourself Hairstyle

    Remember: you are braiding, adding a section of hair to one of the outermost strands, braiding, adding a section of hair to the outermost strand on the other side, braiding, etc. Move super slow, and don’t let all the words confuse you.   1. Separate the hair into three sections. Hold the left section in […] More