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Waterfall Hair Tutorial

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

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The other day I tried out Nature Box™ 100% Cold Pressed Avocado Oil shampoo and conditioner. You can get these at Rite AidTheir products are made with 100% cold pressed oils from coconuts, avocados, apricots, almonds, and macadamia nuts. Cold pressed oils are extracted from the heart of fruits and nuts. Their cold pressing uses pressure instead of heat, no chemicals, and no refining or processing. 

I chose the avocado line for it's hair repair! The avocado products help to repair and restore hair for a healthier look. They help to renew dry hair and provide protection from split ends. 

Ok so it turns out a waterfall braid is really hard to show what to do! But I will try my best! 

Basically: Start out with a normal braid. Bring the top strand over. Then bring the bottom strand up. The only way this braid is different is instead of bringing a normal amount over the top each time, you grab some more hair. And instead of bringing the bottom strand over, you let it dangle and instead take a new section of hair to incorporate into the braid! The pictures probably help a bit more! And if all else fails, just google "waterfall braid"! I like to bring mine together in the back and tie them off into a pony!

It's just a quick easy look to do to spice it up a bit!

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