Creating braids that look great and creative just takes a little imagination. This doubled up frenchie is a fun and unique option for a fall birthday party/apple picking/pumpkin spice latte type of weekend. Add a little dose of pink to the braid and the look can quickly transform into your new favorite hairstyle for girls night out.
To get a party perfect braid we’ve got to start with a great head of hair! We’ve recently partnered up with Arbonne International to share their safe and natural hair care products. After using cheap store bought brands of hair product for years (some college habits die hard!), my hair was always feeling dry and super damaged. I’d sometimes wonder in the shower what all these chemicals were doing to my head as I thoroughly rub them in, but it was never important enough to deal with.
Then I tried the pure, safe and beneficial Arbonne products and almost overnight my hair was feeling healthy and happy. Knowing the botanically based line has done away with all those yucky chemicals I feel much better about my daily hair care. I definitely think it’s worth checking out their Shampoo & Conditioner options for healthy and party ready hair all the time.
Double Frenchie Braid
Get this fun double french braid in no time.
1. Start with LONG, thick and healthy hair (see above).
2. Separate 1/3 of hair and pin aside. Split remaining 2/3’s of hair into three strands and braid. Tie off this braid with a rubber band at the very bottom of it.
3. Loosen/ stretch this braid out by taking each section of braid and pulling it out so the braid looks thick and loose.
5. Grab 1/3 hair section that you set aside before- braid this section of hair, tie off at the end of the braid. Try to extend this braid as long as your other one.
6. Loosen/ stretch this braid out by taking each section of braid and pulling it out so the braid looks thick and loose, however it should still be smaller/ less wide than your other braid.
7. Take this smaller braid and set it on top of the larger one. Use bobby pins to secure in place.
A fresh and funky frenchie update for all the windy fall days ahead.
(Photography ©A Subtle Revelry by Erin Holland).