It looks like we just came home from a vacation doesn't it. These are popular in tourist areas and many young girls get them on summer trips with their families. But you don't have to travel to an island to get one you can do them yourself. They are easy and a fun way to celebrate summer.
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Step 1: What You Need
You will need embroidery floss and a scissors.
Step 2: Make the First Steps
Brush your hair after take a small section of hair and put it into a tight braid a bit smaller than the diameter of a pencil. It may also help if you pull the rest of the hair back into a quick ponytail to keep it out of the way.
Step 3: Wrap Around
Choose the colors of floss you want to use and cut them 4 times the length of the braid. I choose 4 colors. Much more than 4 and you may have to make your braid a bit thinner because the floss is going to make it larger.
Put all your pieces together and find the middle. Place the middle under your braid and tie a knot as close to the top of your braid as you can. I just used a single knot but pulled pretty tight. Keep an eye on it and try to keep it high, it may try to slide down a bit as you start wrapping. After it is ready, you can make a ponytail with this wrap.
Participated in the
Hair Contest 2016