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Tutorial: How To Do An Easy Braid Out Hair Style For Beginners


Step by Step to a QUICK & EASY Braid Out Hairstyle

If you want to learn how to a quick and easy braid out hairstyle this post is for you! This braid-out style is one of my favorite hairstyles. It reminds me of when my mom used to braid my hair when I was a little girl,  it is also one of the styles that I use for my 4-year-old daughter as well.

Now, there are a few things to keep in mind to achieve this easy braid out hairstyle. As you know, products play a very important role with the end result for any hairstyle.

If you use the right products for YOUR hair type the results will be beautiful and it will last you a least a couple of days. I have included all the details on how I achieved this easy braid out hairstyle and I also have a video if you want to see it in action. This hairstyle is a great style for the summer months. You can leave the braids in for a couple of days then you can take them down to achieve this wavy style. Either way, this style is a must try!

Tutorial: How To Do An Easy Braid Out Hair Style For Beginners-Tiffany D. Brown

Easy Braid Out Hairstyle

The products I use for my easy braid out hairstyle vary. For this one, I wanted to use a lightweight leave-in conditioner. I only used a small amount because I wanted my hair to have more volume. Feel free to use a gel, or leave-in-conditioner depending on your desired results. For me, I am careful not to use many heavy products such as coconut oil because products like these tend to weigh my hair down. If you are interested in this makeup look you can click here to watch the tutorial for this makeup look.

If you are looking for a little makeup inspiration here is The Perfect Eyeshadow Combo For Brown Eyes

The Style: Braid Out

(4) Parted Sections

(2) Front (2) Back

(4) 3 Strand Braids

Hair Tools Used: 

Wet Brush

Rat Tail Comb

(4) Rubber Bands

Bobby pins

Hair Pick

Xhilaration Hair Wrap

Products Used: { Pictures & Details at the end of post}

Cantu Shea Butter Cleansing Cream Shampoo

Cantu Natural Hair Sulfate-Free Hydrating Cream Conditioner

Shea Moisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Leave-In Conditioner

Styling Time:

5 minutes to brush and detangle wet hair

10 minutes to section and braid all four sections

5 minutes to secure with bobby pins and to wrap hair

Additional Steps:

After I braided the four sections, I secured the end of the braid with a rubber band then I used bobby pins to pin the braids up off of my neck. I allowed them to air dry overnight. I slept with my Xhilaration Hair Wrap to absorb any extra water.

The next day, I removed the rubber bands from the ends of my hair and used my hair pick to fluff to my desired volume.

What are your thoughts on the easy braid out hairstyle? Would you try it?


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