Hey, everyone! I recently have been doing a hairstyle that I like to call the Criss Cross Braid but it’s called the Waterfall Braid too. You are about to read the tutorial for the Criss Cross Braid. I hope you enjoy!
What you need:
Elastics (if you want it to stay in longer)
Bobby Pins (if you want it to stay secured)
Hairspray or Water (if you want the loose hairs and volume to flatten)
- First, part your hair along the main part line with a rat-tailed comb. If you don’t have a rat-tailed comb, you can use your finger (just be gentle and cautious doing it).
- Second, take a section of hair. It doesn’t matter how thick the section of hair you selected is, just so long as it’s not too thick.
- Third, start braiding the section of hair. By braid, I mean a simple basic braid that’s easy to do.
- Cross one part of the section repeatedly until near the end. If you want to use elastics (use the elastic to tie off the braid).
- Gently let go of the braid (if you chose not to use an elastic). Otherwise, you can let the braid drop gently if you used an elastic to tie off the end.
- Repeat steps 3, 4, and 5 one or 2 more times depending on your braids and how messy you want your criss-cross braid to be.
- After you are finished braiding, you will take your 2 or 3 braids and tie them together, so it will look like you will have a braided beard.
- Next to last, you will find yourself holding the braid so just flip the braid over the back of the head. Although, you might want to tug the braid a little to decrease the extra volume.
- Lastly, spray water or hairspray on your hair. This step is optional.
Try different types of braids like a simple twist or a loose braid.
Try braiding every piece of your hair.
Try having someone else do the braid for you.
That’s the end of the tips. Anyway, please let me know if you have any tips you want me to add.