Show-How Guides: Hair Braiding: The 9 Essential Braids Everyone Should Know!
I have never been one to be able to do cute hairstyles on anyone, let alone myself. I love having a daughter, but when it comes to fixing her hair, I do about as well as she would. Show-How Guides: Hair Braiding has helped me tremendously with her. I have something (the braid) to fall back on when a ponytail might be too chilly, but a braid would still cover her neck. There are instructions for nine braids in Show-How Guides, including the basic braid, as well as the milkmaid and french. There are also others that I had never heard of before, such as the fishtail, waterfall, rope, and infinity braids.
The picture instructions are simple to follow, and each set of instructions will start with the necessary items needed to complete each braid successfully. Keith Zoo created a user-friendly, optimally-sized book to help every struggling woman. The size is perfect for keeping in your purse, backpack, or bag. This book is essential as a go-to resource when you’re having a bad hair day or notice your girl is too. The book is also inclusive, as it includes instructions to do cornrows.
|Page Count||48 pages|
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|Category||Crafts & Hobbies|
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