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    I like your battle braid purple_omelette. That is something I want to try not haven't gotten around to yet.

    Here's my attempt at Tatsu's scarf Frida braids. I think I needed more practice to make them look a little neater. But I'm a fan.






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    Beautiful, CopperButterfly.

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    Love your braids TatsuOni
    my version:






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    Your braids looks amazing CopperButterfly and Salzdrache!


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    Quote Originally Posted by elise.autumn View Post
    redfrau I get the most style inspiration here. Just stalk lots of boards, and you'll be golden. There are also YouTube tutorials. As for learning how to do them, that's just time and patience (and arm strength ).
    Ahh yes ... fortunately I've found that the braids I like best are somewhat simple, but will require more length to pull off! But you're right about the arm strength. It's a good arm workout!
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    Quote Originally Posted by redfrau View Post
    Ahh yes ... fortunately I've found that the braids I like best are somewhat simple, but will require more length to pull off! But you're right about the arm strength. It's a good arm workout!
    Arm strength isn’t a problem for me but the technique is. I wish there were some simple braid tutorials instead of ones where people who are slick with braiding do it and make it “look how easy it is” Well it isn’t!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Feral_ View Post
    Arm strength isn’t a problem for me but the technique is. I wish there were some simple braid tutorials instead of ones where people who are slick with braiding do it and make it “look how easy it is” Well it isn’t!
    To my recollection ladollyvita33 & ladollyvita333 (both nicks) has a braid-tionary on her channel. If it's still there. It explains the most simple to the most intricate braids.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cjk View Post
    Looks good.

    Quote Originally Posted by Feral_ View Post
    Arm strength isn’t a problem for me but the technique is. I wish there were some simple braid tutorials instead of ones where people who are slick with braiding do it and make it “look how easy it is” Well it isn’t!
    I believe silvousplaits has a couple of braid tutorials that start from the very basics. You should look up her YouTube channel.

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    Thank you elise.autumn and CopperButterfly It was actually a fairly simple style to construct, even through the result looked intricate. Lace braids are a lot quicker than dutch or french braids, and can be placed closer to the hairline.

    Your Frida braids are stunning CopperButterfly! :O I love the contrast of your red hair with the blue of the scarf! Same for you, Salzdrache!
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