Snake braid - Do a regular 3 strand braid and once you reach the bottom hold tight to the middle strand and slide the other 2 strands up by TajSkye
TajSkye
TajSkye Snake braid - Do a regular 3 strand braid and once you reach the bottom hold tight to the middle strand and slide the other 2 strands up
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Snake braid - Do a regular 3 strand braid and once you reach the bottom hold tight to the middle strand and slide the other 2 strands up by serena
serena
serena Snake braid - Do a regular 3 strand braid and once you reach the bottom hold tight to the middle strand and slide the other 2 strands up
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The snake braid by HairBraids. You braid a regular braid then hold the middle one and push the other two up. simple and quick. by RoadBod
RoadBod
RoadBod The snake braid by HairBraids. You braid a regular braid then hold the middle one and push the other two up. simple and quick.
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You braid your hair and then hold onto the middle strand and push up the other two. so simple. by serena
serena
serena You braid your hair and then hold onto the middle strand and push up the other two. so simple.
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"you pull all your hair to the side and only grab from the very outside and bottom strands and keep the hair inside and just do a regular french braid down. Then just leave desired amount of hair out. Supposed to be moderately loose and not pulled tight until you get to the bottom." by Phalaina
Phalaina
Phalaina "you pull all your hair to the side and only grab from the very outside and bottom strands and keep the hair inside and just do a regular french braid down. Then just leave desired amount of hair out. Supposed to be moderately loose and not pulled tight until you get to the bottom."
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In a regular braid there are 3 strands. For this look, all you do is braid one of those strands beforehand and loosen it up with your by digitaleuphoria
digitaleuphoria
digitaleuphoria In a regular braid there are 3 strands. For this look, all you do is braid one of those strands beforehand and loosen it up with your
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In a regular braid there are 3 strands. For this look, all you do is braid one of those strands beforehand and loosen it up with your by serena
serena
serena In a regular braid there are 3 strands. For this look, all you do is braid one of those strands beforehand and loosen it up with your
Peacock obsession
In a regular braid there are 3 strands. For this look, all you do is braid one of those strands beforehand and loosen it up with your fingers, then braid as usual. This creates extra texture   breaks up the mundane pattern of a regular braid. by serena
serena
serena In a regular braid there are 3 strands. For this look, all you do is braid one of those strands beforehand and loosen it up with your fingers, then braid as usual. This creates extra texture breaks up the mundane pattern of a regular braid.
Peacock obsession
In a regular braid there are 3 strands. For this look, all you do is braid one of those strands beforehand and loosen it up with your fingers, then braid as usual. This creates extra texture + breaks up the mundane pattern of a regular braid. by serena
serena
serena In a regular braid there are 3 strands. For this look, all you do is braid one of those strands beforehand and loosen it up with your fingers, then braid as usual. This creates extra texture + breaks up the mundane pattern of a regular braid.
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In a regular braid there are 3 strands. For this look, all you do is braid one of those strands beforehand and loosen it up with your fingers, then braid as usual. This creates extra texture + breaks up the mundane pattern of a regular braid. by Jeanette  LaJeunesse  Segura
Jeanette  LaJeunesse  Segura
Jeanette LaJeunesse Segura In a regular braid there are 3 strands. For this look, all you do is braid one of those strands beforehand and loosen it up with your fingers, then braid as usual. This creates extra texture + breaks up the mundane pattern of a regular braid.
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STRETCHES FOR YOUR TIGHT LATS! Here's my top 3 lat stretches that you can do on your free time. They're in my top 3 because they're easy and extremely effective, and most importantly, they can be performed anywhere! Perform these daily for a couple minutes each round, and really hold the stretches, do not bound back and forth. Try to reach maximal extension and hold. -3-4 sets for 15 sec each sounds like a good start. Bump it up as you progress. by delores
delores
delores STRETCHES FOR YOUR TIGHT LATS! Here's my top 3 lat stretches that you can do on your free time. They're in my top 3 because they're easy and extremely effective, and most importantly, they can be performed anywhere! Perform these daily for a couple minutes each round, and really hold the stretches, do not bound back and forth. Try to reach maximal extension and hold. -3-4 sets for 15 sec each sounds like a good start. Bump it up as you progress.
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STRETCHES FOR YOUR TIGHT LATS! Here's my top 3 lat stretches that you can do on your free time. They're in my top 3 because they're easy and extremely effective, and most importantly, they can be performed anywhere! Perform these daily for a couple minutes each round, and really hold the stretches, do not bound back and forth. Try to reach maximal extension and hold. -3-4 sets for 15 sec each sounds like a good start. Bump it up as you progress. by delores
delores
delores STRETCHES FOR YOUR TIGHT LATS! Here's my top 3 lat stretches that you can do on your free time. They're in my top 3 because they're easy and extremely effective, and most importantly, they can be performed anywhere! Perform these daily for a couple minutes each round, and really hold the stretches, do not bound back and forth. Try to reach maximal extension and hold. -3-4 sets for 15 sec each sounds like a good start. Bump it up as you progress.
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Fish-tale braid!   split hair into two parts- then take a bit from either side and move it all the way over to the other side. then pick up a piece from the other part and do the same. repeat until braid is desired length. make sure when you make this braid that you keep it tight otherwise it won't look right. :) by Raelynn8
Raelynn8
Raelynn8 Fish-tale braid! split hair into two parts- then take a bit from either side and move it all the way over to the other side. then pick up a piece from the other part and do the same. repeat until braid is desired length. make sure when you make this braid that you keep it tight otherwise it won't look right. :)
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Josephine Knot - 1) Make a loop with the left strands. 2) Place the right strands over this loop and then slide the right strands behind the left loose strand ends. 3) Slide the strand ends over the top left strands and weave the strand diagonally across the loop.  4) Tighten the knot evenly.  (Click the photo to see a diagram of how to tie the knot using string) by egoglind
egoglind
egoglind Josephine Knot - 1) Make a loop with the left strands. 2) Place the right strands over this loop and then slide the right strands behind the left loose strand ends. 3) Slide the strand ends over the top left strands and weave the strand diagonally across the loop. 4) Tighten the knot evenly. (Click the photo to see a diagram of how to tie the knot using string)
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Take 3 long strands of hair then braid a small piece in 1 of the strands. After you do those steps braid the 3 strands together! by serena
serena
serena Take 3 long strands of hair then braid a small piece in 1 of the strands. After you do those steps braid the 3 strands together!
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LOVE THIS 1. Separate hair into 3 sections, per usual with a braid.  2. Braid 2 of your 3 sections into small braids and leave your third section as is.  3. Braid the 2 braids and the section you left out together loosely and secure with a hair tie.  4. Once secured in a hair tie, loosen your braid to make it look fat by gently pulling on each side of your braid and mushing it up. by angeline
angeline
angeline LOVE THIS 1. Separate hair into 3 sections, per usual with a braid. 2. Braid 2 of your 3 sections into small braids and leave your third section as is. 3. Braid the 2 braids and the section you left out together loosely and secure with a hair tie. 4. Once secured in a hair tie, loosen your braid to make it look fat by gently pulling on each side of your braid and mushing it up.
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I said this was on it's way back. This summer the pegged roll is the easiest way to make slim, straight cuts look extra chic. Janine Chilton-Faust of Levi’s reminds you how to do it. Step 1: Grasp a bottom hem and fold it vertically so there’s a ½-inch tuck in front. Step 2: Hold the tuck in place while you roll up the hem by about two inches twice. Repeat with the other leg. by ginger
ginger
ginger I said this was on it's way back. This summer the pegged roll is the easiest way to make slim, straight cuts look extra chic. Janine Chilton-Faust of Levi’s reminds you how to do it. Step 1: Grasp a bottom hem and fold it vertically so there’s a ½-inch tuck in front. Step 2: Hold the tuck in place while you roll up the hem by about two inches twice. Repeat with the other leg.
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LOVE THIS 1. Separate hair into 3 sections, per usual with a braid.  2. Braid 2 of your 3 sections into small braids and leave your third section as is.  3. Braid the 2 braids and the section you left out together loosely and secure with a hair tie.  4. Once secured in a hair tie, loosen your braid to make it look fat by gently pulling on each side of your braid and mushing it up. by angeline
angeline
angeline LOVE THIS 1. Separate hair into 3 sections, per usual with a braid. 2. Braid 2 of your 3 sections into small braids and leave your third section as is. 3. Braid the 2 braids and the section you left out together loosely and secure with a hair tie. 4. Once secured in a hair tie, loosen your braid to make it look fat by gently pulling on each side of your braid and mushing it up.
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"For those occasions when you need a stable way to hold a board on its edge, turn to a tool that’s as old as woodworking itself—the wedge. I fashioned the wedge stands shown at right from scraps of 2x6 and a 3/8x6" bolt and nut. To make the stand, cut a 7"-long chunk from the 2x6 and drill a 1/2" hole centere d 2 1/4" from the edge and 1 3/4" up from the bottom. This hole reduces the likelihood of the stand splitting once the wedge is cut out. Mark the cutlines for the wedge as shown in the ..." by jill
jill
jill "For those occasions when you need a stable way to hold a board on its edge, turn to a tool that’s as old as woodworking itself—the wedge. I fashioned the wedge stands shown at right from scraps of 2x6 and a 3/8x6" bolt and nut. To make the stand, cut a 7"-long chunk from the 2x6 and drill a 1/2" hole centere d 2 1/4" from the edge and 1 3/4" up from the bottom. This hole reduces the likelihood of the stand splitting once the wedge is cut out. Mark the cutlines for the wedge as shown in the ..."
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For a super polished look, try working more than the typical three braiding strands together into one sleek, tight, and gorgeous braid. A five-strand braid makes for a much more complex look. by Laimdota Mencs
Laimdota Mencs
Laimdota Mencs For a super polished look, try working more than the typical three braiding strands together into one sleek, tight, and gorgeous braid. A five-strand braid makes for a much more complex look.
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1. Take a 1 inch thick piece of hair in your hands and twist it.   2. Hold one tiny strand at the tip of the twist and push the remaining hair up into a ringlet on your head.    3. Wrap the remaining strand around the ringlet and use a bobby pin to pin the ringlet to your head   4. To recreate the top image, grab a friend who can help you create and pin ringlets all the way around. by JustLinnea
JustLinnea
JustLinnea 1. Take a 1 inch thick piece of hair in your hands and twist it. 2. Hold one tiny strand at the tip of the twist and push the remaining hair up into a ringlet on your head. 3. Wrap the remaining strand around the ringlet and use a bobby pin to pin the ringlet to your head 4. To recreate the top image, grab a friend who can help you create and pin ringlets all the way around.
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4 strand slide up braid by P. A
P. A
P. A 4 strand slide up braid
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4 strand slide up braid by P. A
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P. A 4 strand slide up braid
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Step 1: On one side, braid 3 strands and secure with bobby pins toward the middle of the head.    Step 2: Take the remaining hair from the by eva.j.griffith
eva.j.griffith
eva.j.griffith Step 1: On one side, braid 3 strands and secure with bobby pins toward the middle of the head. Step 2: Take the remaining hair from the
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DIY braided hair twist  Step 1: On one side, braid 3 strands and secure with bobby pins toward the middle of the head. Step 2: Take the remaining hair from the opposite side and twist over the braided section. Step 3. Hold with bobby pins Cute, quick, and easy!! by Divonsir Borges
Divonsir Borges
Divonsir Borges DIY braided hair twist Step 1: On one side, braid 3 strands and secure with bobby pins toward the middle of the head. Step 2: Take the remaining hair from the opposite side and twist over the braided section. Step 3. Hold with bobby pins Cute, quick, and easy!!
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4 strand slide up braid tutorial - version 2 | Hair Romance by ellebasi
ellebasi
ellebasi 4 strand slide up braid tutorial - version 2 | Hair Romance
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1. brush hair to one side 2. place headband on top of hair 3. twist one strand of hair from underneath the headband and tuck it in(like in the overnight curly hair tutorial i did for the wedding edition) 4. keep doing this until it reaches the back. Do the same for another strand on the other side of your head. 5. When the two strands meet, twine them together from underneath the headband. 6. keep adding pieces by aracelipama
aracelipama
aracelipama 1. brush hair to one side 2. place headband on top of hair 3. twist one strand of hair from underneath the headband and tuck it in(like in the overnight curly hair tutorial i did for the wedding edition) 4. keep doing this until it reaches the back. Do the same for another strand on the other side of your head. 5. When the two strands meet, twine them together from underneath the headband. 6. keep adding pieces
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1. brush hair to one side 2. place headband on top of hair 3. twist one strand of hair from underneath the headband and tuck it in(like in the overnight curly hair tutorial i did for the wedding edition) 4. keep doing this until it reaches the back. Do the same for another strand on the other side of your head. 5. When the two strands meet, twine them together from underneath the headband. 6. keep adding pieces by stefanofff
stefanofff
stefanofff 1. brush hair to one side 2. place headband on top of hair 3. twist one strand of hair from underneath the headband and tuck it in(like in the overnight curly hair tutorial i did for the wedding edition) 4. keep doing this until it reaches the back. Do the same for another strand on the other side of your head. 5. When the two strands meet, twine them together from underneath the headband. 6. keep adding pieces
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YOGA SEQUENCE FOR BINDING/TIGHT SHOULDERS: Binding was once the bane of my yoga practice, it is now just about bearable, here is what I do to open up my deltoids Warm up: Sun Salutation A/B x5 each YouTube if unsure 1. ARM ROTATION 10x Take a towel or strap, hold it with tension & arms straight, bring the arms up & behind you then reverse without bending the elbows, widen grip as necessary, this will warm up the shoulders 2. ACTIVE DELTOID STRETCH Quite self explanatory simple but effective... by laura
laura
laura YOGA SEQUENCE FOR BINDING/TIGHT SHOULDERS: Binding was once the bane of my yoga practice, it is now just about bearable, here is what I do to open up my deltoids Warm up: Sun Salutation A/B x5 each YouTube if unsure 1. ARM ROTATION 10x Take a towel or strap, hold it with tension & arms straight, bring the arms up & behind you then reverse without bending the elbows, widen grip as necessary, this will warm up the shoulders 2. ACTIVE DELTOID STRETCH Quite self explanatory simple but effective...
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Dumbbell Cross-Crunch Reach. Hold a light dumbbell in each hand and lie face up with legs perpendicular to mat. Contract core muscles and lift shoulder blades off the ground, reaching right hand toward left toes. Hold for 2 counts, then lower; repeat, reaching left hand to right toes. Do 10 reps per side. by Ink-de-l'Art
Ink-de-l'Art
Ink-de-l'Art Dumbbell Cross-Crunch Reach. Hold a light dumbbell in each hand and lie face up with legs perpendicular to mat. Contract core muscles and lift shoulder blades off the ground, reaching right hand toward left toes. Hold for 2 counts, then lower; repeat, reaching left hand to right toes. Do 10 reps per side.
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One-leg Stand-up Sit and a bench and extend one leg forward in the air. Pressing through your heel, straighten the other leg to stand up. Then, slowly lower yourself back down to the bench. Repeat all reps on one side before moving on to the other.  Jennifer’s Tip: “Once you are comfortable with the exercise, add a light barbell to your shoulders for an added challenge. Make sure to keep abs in tight throughout the movement.” by candice
candice
candice One-leg Stand-up Sit and a bench and extend one leg forward in the air. Pressing through your heel, straighten the other leg to stand up. Then, slowly lower yourself back down to the bench. Repeat all reps on one side before moving on to the other. Jennifer’s Tip: “Once you are comfortable with the exercise, add a light barbell to your shoulders for an added challenge. Make sure to keep abs in tight throughout the movement.”
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