French Braid Pigtails

French braid pigtails looks fantastic on all hair types, whether it be straight, wavy, or curly. It gives your hair look beautiful and graceful. In addition to this, french pigtail braids suitable for a number of events, to name a few, sports activities, regular social gatherings, etc. In spite of all this, many women are not trying to french braid pigtails. Few of them do not find personal pleasure. The rest find it too difficult to do it yourself. If you belong to the second group, this article is for you. It gives clues about his own pigtail french braid.

How to French Braid Pigtails on Your Own

The french braid pigtails instructions start with getting your hair wet well with plain water. Many people do not perform this step. However, it will be excellent if you consider wetting your hair before moving on to further steps on french braiding pigtails. This is because, you will be able to braid your hair more tightly if it is wet. To add to it, wet hair are more obedient. It will make your task of twisting and turning it a bit easier. The next step to french braid your hair pigtails is to part your hair. In case, you are used to parting your hair, this step will get done naturally. However, if you are not, you will have to work upon it a little. Take a comb, stand before a mirror, and draw a line on your scalp till the back of the nape in alignment with the nose. Comb the hair downwards on each side. Now, tie left side of hair with a rubber band so that it does not get mixed up with that on other side. You need to work separately on the hair on each side.

Comb the hair right side of hair with a wide toothed comb. Brush the hair backwards with a fine toothed comb. Take some strands of hair from the front. Divide it in three sections of equal width. Let's name them as right, middle and left. Hold these three sections of hair near the center of your head with the help of your fingers of both the hands. Move the left section over the middle one. Now, the left section has come in the middle and the middle at the left side. Move the right section of hair over the middle section, which is originally the left section of hair. This completes one braid. Hold it tight.

You have a section of hair on the right, middle and left sides. Leave the one present on the left side and let it mix with the rest of the hair. Pick some new hair of equal width to make a new left section. Make another braid with the instructions given in the above paragraph. Make a new right section of hair of equal width as suggested for the left section of hair. Keep moving on in this manner till your reach the back of your nape. At this point, you have to make a choice. Either you can tie a rubber band at the end of the french braid and let your hair loose or make regular braids on your hair. However, the latter is possible only when your hair is long. With this step, the french braid pigtails instructions are complete for one side of the hair. Follow all the steps on the left side of the hair. This completes all the steps on how to french braid pigtails. 


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