Braid hairstyles with ultra-volume
We always desire of big, voluminous and gorgeous hairstyle, especially braids. And it is obvious that you can opt for some Vietnam real hair extensions available on our website to make the braid look thick and big. However, what if you cannot have your hair extensions with you all the time. So today, we are going to show you how to create a side braid with ultra-volume in only some minutes, perfect for those summer nights out with your girlfriends. Combining topsy tails with a fishtail braid, this side braid is chic, feminine, and most importantly, super easy to create once you’ve mastered the basic hair techniques.
Here are steps that you can follow to achieve this look. While using Vietnam human hair extensions is not necessary but we still use them for that added volume and thickness in your braid. Check out website for more reasons to wear hair Vietnamese virgin hair extensions.
The first thing to do is curling your hair into loose waves. You can also curl your extensions separately at this point, to prep them for use. However, make to use a maximum heat setting of 250F when curling your hair extensions, to ensure not to damage the hair.
Get all your hair into one side of your head, we want the majority of your hair for the braid. Then, separate a section of hair at the temple and clip in a 3-clip weft at the roots.
Take a section of your hair at the top from two sides then create a ponyail, using an elastic to secure these parts.
Now make a hole in the middle from the ponytail you just created and put the ponytail through this hole, over the elastic
Next, create another small ponytail, adding in hair from the other side of your head and bringing it around. Secure with an elastic, then make another topsy tail.
Repeat above steps until you have 3-4 topsy tails running all the way down to about the bottom of your ear. Be sure to add in hair from the other side of your head when creating each new topsy tail, so that there is no loose hair left on one side of your head.
Move the topsy tail-ed hair out of the way, then clip Vietnamese virgin hair extensions on your head, beneath the braid.
Gather all your hair together, separate into 2 sections, and start fishtail braiding all the hair.
Fishtail braid all the hair down to the bottom and secure with an elastic.
Once all the hair is braided, start to pull apart little sections to make the braid look even thicker. Pinch the hair and gently pull on it starting at the bottom of your braid and working your way up. Then, tug gently on each topsy tail to give them more volume and loosen them up.
Now you are good to go. Besides, you can add in some flowers or sparkly accessories to jazz up the braid, or leave it as is. This hairstyle might look a bit complicated but it is super easy to do and the volume that Vietnamese hair extensions bring is incredible.