By now, you've probably managed a typical French braid... but have you tried turning it upside down?
An upside-down braid is a fun way to mix it up by reversing the direction of the classic style. We've broken it down into six easy steps that will leave you with a pretty braid that goes up the back of your head, instead of down it. The result is a braided updo that you can pretty much wear everywhere.
Step one: Prep hair with Kenra Volume Spray and L'Oreal Professionel Mythic Oil and blow-dry using Mason Pearson brush.
Step two: Once dry part the hair from ear to ear creating two sections.
Step three: Taking the top section braid a loose scalp braid from the hairline stopping at the crown. Do this by taking three 1cm pieces of hair and feeding a small part of the left hand section over to the right hand section. Repeat this on opposite sides remembering to take a new piece from the scalp each time.
Step four: Once completed take the bottom section and leaning towards the floor repeat the braid upwards until reaching the crown – don't worry if it's messy it will add to the finished look.
Step five: Twist the loose ends together and pin into a messy knot on the crown.
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