How to French Braid African-American Hair With Extensions

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French braiding hair with extensions is always going to require you to keep a few very important things in mind. Learn how to French braid African-American hair with extensions with help from a licensed cosmetologist in this free video clip.

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Hi, this is Melissa Ndubilo with Pampered Tresses in Allen, Texas, and today we'll be talking about how to French braid African-American hair with extensions. Alright. When doing French braid with extensions, first you'll need to have some braiding hair; I have a section about this big. Then, you separate it into two and cross them over each other. Now, I'm going, going to add it to the hair in a French braid. So, first, you'll start at the hairline with the small section of hair at the front and Im going to grab the hair closest to the hairline and wrap the extension hair around. And now, I'm going to just use my pointing fingers to go under and around to grab the hair on the other side; using my pointing finger to grab, to go underneath the middle section and around to the other side to grab a section of hair. I'm just repeating that over and over, grabbing hair on each side of the section as I am completing the French braid. You want to make sure that you are braiding with tension so that the braid stays close to the scalp and it comes out neat. My pointing finger is just going underneath the middle section to the other side and grabbing hair. So the key points are to keep your tension so that you have a neat braid and to use your pointing finger to go underneath the middle section of hair as you're grabbing hair on each side. Once again, this is Melissa Ndubilo with Pampered Tresses in Allen, Texas and and this is how to French braid African-American hair with extensions.

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