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11 Short French Braids - Short Hair Care Tips


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Short French Braids: A Tutorial

French braids are a classic hairstyle that can be worn by women of all hair lengths. While they are traditionally associated with long hair, they can also be done on short hair with a little bit of creativity.

In this tutorial, I will show you how to do a simple French braid on short hair. This style is perfect for everyday wear or for special occasions.

What You Will Need

  • A comb
  • A brush
  • Hairspray
  • Bobby pins

Instructions

  1. Start by combing your hair until it is smooth and free of tangles.
  2. Part your hair in the middle and divide it into two equal sections.
  3. Take a small section of hair from the right side of your head and cross it over to the left side.
  4. Add a small section of hair from the left side of your head to the right side.
  5. Continue crossing and adding hair until you reach the end of your hair.
  6. Secure the end of your braid with a hair elastic.
  7. Repeat steps 2-6 on the other side of your head.
  8. Cross the two braids in the middle and secure them with a hair elastic.
  9. Gently brush out your braids to make them look fuller.
  10. Spray your braids with hairspray to hold them in place.

Tips

  • If you have layers in your hair, you may want to start your braid closer to your scalp. This will help to prevent the braid from looking too bulky.
  • If your hair is fine, you may want to use a leave-in conditioner or styling cream to help make your hair more manageable.
  • If you are having trouble braiding your hair, you can always ask a friend or family member for help.

FAQ

Q: Can I do a French braid on hair that is shorter than shoulder length?

A: Yes, you can do a French braid on hair that is shorter than shoulder length. However, you may need to start your braid closer to your scalp and use a smaller section of hair.

Q: What if my hair is too thick to braid?

A: If your hair is too thick to braid, you may want to thin it out with a thinning shears. You can also try using a smaller section of hair when you are braiding.

Q: What if my hair is too fine to braid?

A: If your hair is too fine to braid, you may want to use a leave-in conditioner or styling cream to help make your hair more manageable. You can also try using a larger section of hair when you are braiding.


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