French braid

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French braid

n.
A hairstyle in which the hair is gathered in increasingly greater amounts into a single braid that begins at the crown and extends down the back of the head.
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"For up-dos think French braids and loose plaits; these mix all the colors in the hair, show dimension and can work wonders.
"For up-dos think French braids and loose plaits; these mix all the colours in the hair, show dimension and can work wonders.
From classic French braids to a more elaborate halo, Pacareu is a master.
Personally I think French braids are a bit 'private school girl' but I found this was good for doing a four-strand fishtail pleat which is much cooler.
"French braids swept over the forehead and secured to the side are major, and fishtail braids are everywhere," said King.
Other European bidders to get their names on the buyers' sheet included trainer Andrew Balding, who bought two yearlings for a total of $140,000, including a colt by Menifee out of a half-sister to the Grade 1-placed filly French Braids.
If you want to do French braids or Dutch braids, you will have to get one of those instruction books, since they are not easy to describe.
French braids are particularly elegant, and although the process looks complicated it's really quite simple.
Harry Styles was recently seen flaunting French braids. The One Direction singer who is known for rocking man buns and hair bands seem to be embracing a new hairstyle as his hair grows longer.