Greeting and hook: Most of you probably already know how to do a simple braid and maybe some of you can do a French Braid, but do you know how to french fishtail braid? B. Thesis: Today I will show you how to do a French fishtail braid. C. Credibility statement: I personally love to do this braid because it’s intricate looking but easy to do. I have done it many times and really enjoy doing it. D. Main points: First I will talk about preparing the hair, then I will discuss the process of French fishtail braiding. I’ll give some helpful tips and finally I will show you a finished braid. II. Body
(Transition statement: To prepare for this hair design, you are going to need some supplies) A. Getting the supplies, brushing hair and damp vs. dry hair 1. What you will need.
a. A brush to detangle.
b. One pony tail holder.
c. A mirror.
d. Some bobby pins to pin away stray hairs.
e. Hair spray
2. To begin preparing whoever’s hair you’re braiding, start by brushing or combing the hair. 3. It doesn’t matter if the hair is dry or wet. But it is easier to braid wet hair because it doesn’t have so many flying pieces. (Transition statement: Once the hair is prepared, let’s move on to the process of braiding.) B. How to begin the braiding.
1. Gather a small handful of hair from the back center of the head, as though starting a classic French braid. 2. Separate the hair into two sections.
3. Take a skinny strand of hair from the right side of the face, pull it back and cross it over to join the left hair section 4. Take a skinny strand of hair from the left side of the face, pull it back and cross it over to join the right hair section. 5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 until all hair is incorporated into the two sections. You may now pull the rest of your hair into a ponytail or continue braiding the "tail" part of the braid. 6. Take a skinny...
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