Secure the back section out of your way so you can work with your front sections. If you want a little more "Umph" and volume to this style you can backcomb this section and smooth the hair over the top before you secure it back.
Step two: Starting with a section on one side of the hair in the fringe area you will twist the hair towards the top/back of the head. This is a loose twist.
Step three: Picking up small sections of hair twist in loosely into the front twist working your way to the back. You will do this on both sides meeting at the occipital in the back of the head.
Step four: Keeping the two sections separate you will now start braiding.
Step five: We used a fishtail braid in this example, but you could do a wide variety of braid options in this style. Braid it all the way to the end. Because this is supposed to be a loose style we pulled out and puffed out our braid just a little.
The sixth picture is the finished look. Don't you just adore it? At this point you could curl the hair a little more if you feel like it needs it or you could just leave the hair in its natural fall pattern.