The Waterfall Flower hairstyle guide!!

Waterfall Flower
I added this hairstyle to the book because 1, it’s really cute, but 2, I feel like it’s a perfect example of

how easy it is to build braids and twists onto each other. I started by curling my hair with a 1-inch
wand. 



1. Split a triangular section near your part into two sections.

2. Move the sections into the front hand, and with your back hand grab another equal section of hair.

3. Drop that section in between the two original sections and twist up the two original sections.

4. Continue twisting until you’ve reached three or four inches behind your temples. Secure the hair by sliding a bobby pin
into the twists.

5. Repeat steps 1–4 on the other side until you reach the first twist

6. Take a small chunk of hair from the front and do a regular three-strand braid all the way back.

7. Secure the braid where it meets the twists with a clear elastic band.

8. Now take a chunk of hair from where all the twists and braids meet and braid a regular three-strand braid all the way
down the length of the hair.

9. Begin rolling the braid.

10. Discretely pin the braid in place and you’ve created a nice little flower!



Tip

This style started with a Waterfall Twist, and
then I wasn’t getting the exact shape I wanted,
so I added a regular three-strand braid and
arranged the ends into a little flower. Play
around with your hair, and feel free to create
new styles! If you’ve spent time braiding
your hair and you’re just not loving it, don’t
just undo it. Add to it, fix the shape, and get
creative!

Tip
This style started with a Waterfall Twist, and
then I wasn’t getting the exact shape I wanted,
so I added a regular three-strand braid and
arranged the ends into a little flower. Play
around with your hair, and feel free to create
new styles! If you’ve spent time braiding
your hair and you’re just not loving it, don’t
just undo it. Add to it, fix the shape, and get
creative!





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