Your step by step guide to nailing the braids updo

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Step 1

Begin by creating a deep, side-parting on the left side of your face. Leave the right-hand section untouched and scrape back the left hand section using your ghd oval dressing brush (R359)


Secure into a low ponytail

Create a braid using the pony

Twist up into a low bun and secure with bobby pins

Step 2

Use the right-hand section to create an inverted French braid directing to the braid to the nape of the neck

Continue to the end of the hair and secure with an elastic band

Twist the braid around the bun and Secure with bobby pins

Step 3

Finish the look with ghd final fix hairspray (R210) to secure

Mist with ghd final shine spray (R210) for added shine and humidity control

The final look

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