One of my favorite hairstyles I have done thus far was inspired by my sister, Marnie. She invented this style she dubbed the "halo braid" and I quickly swooped it up. The style originally appeared on this halo braid post.
She did it with a regular plait. I did it this time instead with a reverse or cornrow plait. It was a bit different, but I think I liked it better! It really showed off my slowly fading blonde, and was nice and messy, which makes it fun!
Do you want the steps to this little style? I tried to do them last time... and failed. So I'll give it a better shot today:
- French braid your hair in two simple braids (or reverse or cornrow braids).
- Then, tuck your ends under, up and inside the opposite side's braid.
- This isn't too hard. Just stick your finger up and under one of the braids and make a hole. Then pull the opposite braid up into the hole and bring it as far up and under the plait as you can.
Think you'll give this one a try?