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The leaves are falling and there is a chill in the air, the season is definitely changing. You know what they say when the weather changes so do your style. There are so many of you that will be going for a chocolatey colour or even a rich auburn. These are always popular and great. With the change of weather and routine, we have to think about styles that will suit our lives the best. A milkmaid braid is brilliant for this and is cute and stylish too. Check out this step by step tutorial and #wearcliphair to show off your final product.
Step number 1: Preparation
This look doesn’t require curling or any heat at all (your hair is practically cheering for joy). It doesn’t even require that you have newly washed hair. This is perfect for the change of season when you can afford to wash your hair less in the week. The one thing I would say is a must is to make sure you don’t have too much hair serum in as this can make it significantly harder to get a tight weave on your braids. If you do have too much in add some dry shampoo or a little texture spray are your best friends.
Step number 2: increase your hair
Now your hair is prepped we want to amp up the volume of our locks. Divide the back section of your hair in half vertically. This is how you will start your braids but I don’t see the point in having lacklustre, as I am sure neither do you., especially if you have tried a new colour. To give your hair that amazing factor that we love to see on Pinterest is the hair extensions. Add your hair extensions with your hair divided so you know what will and will not be seen.
Step number 3: The finishing touches
Now you have completed the look you can stop here but why would you? A good accessory can turn heads and make any look picture perfect. The accessory that looks the best is a satin scarf. These a super easy to get online or in a lot of stores. I often find scarves that are 100% cotton so they are both animal-friendly and aren’t slippery so are easy to weave into your style. Once you have the scarf find the middle and pin it at the back near your parting. You can interweave this in between your braid crosses. Enjoy and take loads of pictures.