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With braids all the rage, we took a look back at the archives and spotted this ‘do from Hilary Duff. Back in 2010 she rocked this look at the book signing of her novel Elixir. The beauty of it is that it is not initially clear how many braids there are, where they start, or where they finish. It is quite a difficult look to recreate but we have broken it down into a step by step guide for you to follow. The style obviously works best on those with long hair, either wavy or straight.
[/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space height=”32px”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]Step 1: Divide hair up into four separate sections; one at the top, bottom, left and right. Clip up all of the sections except for the one on the right.
Step 2: With this section do a slightly loose French braid until you reach just behind the ear and then change to a regular braid. When you come to the end secure it with a clear band.
Step 3: Now do exactly the same with the section on the left side.
Step 4: Take the section at the top of the head and again French braid until you get to the crown where you switch to the regular braid.
Step 5: Divide up the bottom section into five separate sections and braid each one into a regular braid, securing with clear bands.
Step 6: With each of the five bottom braids you now need to wrap them from left to right, pinning them as you go.
Step 7: Take hold of the side braids and weave them together to create a swirly shape, making sure that you tuck any ends under. Again as you go make sure to pin them in place.
Step 8: With the area that is left at the top of the head, fill this space by swirling the final braid. This should also give the style some height. Pin as you go and then spray over with some strong hold hairspray to keep everything in place.[/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space height=”32px”][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]