How to do Two French Braids with Weave – The double French braids have the ability to weave short or medium hair very elegantly. This hairstyle also works well for those who have a layered cut, because it holds all the shorter parts. When making the double French braid, you can choose two different finishes for the braids.
Making the French Double Braid with Separate Tips
1. Divide the hair in half. You can use a thin-tipped comb to help you divide your hair straight.
2. Fasten one half of the hair with a hair clip or a hair clip.
3. Divide the part you let loose into three near the root.
- You should not get any hair; instead, you have to work with a small wick on the top of the head. You add the rest of the hair to the locks while making the French braid.
- Try to divide the three parts into equal sizes to make the braid evener.
4. Hold the wicks so that you have one on the left, one in the middle and one on the right side.
5. Pass the wick from the right over the middle wick and pull the wick from the middle to the right.
6. Cross the left wick over the middle wick and tighten the braid.
7. Add a little more hair to the right wick before passing it over the middle wick. Do this with the left wick as well.
8. Repeat the steps of the braid until you have added the rest of the hair to the braid. Near the end of the braid, you will have three strands, finish as you would with a common braid.
9. Use a rubber band or any other type of hair clip to hold the braid.
10. Do the same process on the other side of the head, to create the other French braid. When you’re done, you should have two French braids.