Test Braid #3--- Five Strand Braid

The Five Strand Braid leaves curls the tightest in my opinion. So much so that I couldn't really blend the bottoms to well into the second day curls. It was said (by a commenter) that the standard braid looks like left over braids and not so much on purpose. I think the same could be said about the day after five strand braids. Not one of my favorite second day hair do. Also it was very hard to get rid of the parting line down the back with this one. What do you think?
How would you describe these waves?

10 comments:

  1. It's definitly more defined than the other waves but it doesn't have the same eye catching effect that the other braids do. I have to say I don't enjoy these second day waves as much

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  2. I don't know how I'd describe them, but I definitely liked yesterday's the best so far. :) I think that was the 4-strand.

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  3. I agree about not being my fave, although your cutie pie wears it well! I might put it in a loose messy bun or something to make the ends less noticeable.

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  4. Kinky... leftover ... not my fave

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  5. Not my favorite either. I like the messy bun idea.

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  6. Definitely a much tighter curl. You almost would have to use a crimper to try and blend in the ends. I prefer the other two braids second day.

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  7. I prefer the four-strand braid waves to any of the others. Now if I could just learn how to do them. I can barely get through a french braid!

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  8. No help in the description department from me (not so good with words over here..)
    BUT! I have found that if you do a single five strand braid, instead of two, it creates a bigger, looser, more prefered second day wave, and eliminates the annoying center part!

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  9. what if further down on the left over hair you put in another band or 2 you could match the bands to the stripes on her shirt but space them out a bit from each other??? just a thought

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