How To: Create a Rope Braid

Michigan’s weather is always unpredictable. With fall comes countless days of windblown hair. Braids are the perfect way to counterbalance a windy day. A rope or unicorn braid is my recent favorite; it takes only minutes to make, and still looks adorable after a breezy day.
1. begin with semi straightened hair (mine was very wind blown) and grab two small sections at your crown.
 2. place the right piece of hair over the left and repeat again.
 3. add some hair to the right and left section section, and then place the right section over the left.
4. continue adding hair to each side and crossing the right section over the left. add a hair tie when finished. 

11 comments :

  1. So cute, and I love your nail polish!

    xx Emily

    ReplyDelete
  2. Very pretty - I'm terrible at making braids.

    ReplyDelete
  3. very cute and perfect for a windy day

    ReplyDelete
  4. I am really working on my braiding skills. This doesn't look too difficult! I just cut my hair so it might be too short for this style but I am going to try to braid my hair more often

    ReplyDelete
  5. OK, that is too cute!!!
    I hope you have been well-
    xoxo

    ReplyDelete
  6. Thanks for the follow! I'm a huge fan of braids and will be adding this one to the list!

    ReplyDelete
  7. Love it!!! I bookmarked it :D Hope I can make it ^^
    xoxo

    novelstyle.blogspot.com

    OH! Don' forget to check my Anna Dello Russo at H&M GIVEAWAY :).

    ReplyDelete
  8. That is a new kind of braid to me! Very pretty.

    ReplyDelete