The winter can do some damage to our hair for condition and appearance, so it’s important to wear protective hairstyles during the season. In this post, I show how to create a winter hairstyle that protects the hair, keeps it out of the face, and stays put! The French braid is a tighter, less exposed finish versus the Summer popular Dutch braids/boxer braids which are inverted. I did the classic French Braid on a client recently prior to her soccer practice, and her mom came back and reported that the braid lasted for three whole days!
Tools you’ll need:
Elastic hair ties
Detangler/ leave in conditioner
Watch the video for your guide of the winter hat approved style of the classic French braid!
Our winter fun activities included having fun in upstate New York walking around on snow covered trails, antique shopping in New Paltz, and warming up at the cozy bed and breakfast called Audrey’s Farmhouse.Audrey’s Farmhouse
There are many braided styles that can be worn during the winter and I love them all! The French braid can be shaped into a crown, a single side style, or a single middle style. The classic can have many variations!
If you’d like to have these styles for yourself or your little one (it makes getting ready in the mornings MUCH easier) you can book with me at Morel Hair Designs in Locust Valley! 516-676-7644.
Interested in other braids? I can do them!
– French braids
-Dutch braids/ Boxer braids
– Fishtail Braids
– 4 stranded braids
– Rope braids
– Braids with extensions
– Colored Braids
– Yarn Braids
– Braided Updos
– Box Braids
– Cosama Braids
– Ribbon Braids