How to do a three French braid hairstyle
Step 1: Divide hair into three parts - left, middle, and right. Clip back the left and right parts, leaving the middle section loose.
Step 2: Separate the middle section into three parts.
Step 3: Begin to weave a normal braid and do one weave, but instead of braiding strands over each other, braid them underneath each other.
Step 4: Continue braiding, but with the tieback. To do this, place the left braid strand in the middle, and take a strand from the free, unbraided hair and combine it with the left braid strand
Step 5: Next, do the same for the right braid strand on the right side. Put the right part of the braid in the middle, and now take the loose hair from the right side and combine it with the right braid strand.
Step 6: Continue braiding until the nape of the neck is reached. The braid should not be extremely tight.
Step 7: Once at the nape of the neck, finish the braid in a normal, regular braid.
Step 8: On the right side, take the hair and braid it in the same way as the middle, with the tieback.
Step 9: Repeat the same on the left side. You should have three reverse French braids with a loose weave.
Step 10: Stretch and pull each round of the braid to give the braids more volume.
Step 11: On the right side braid, take the top coil and stretch it so much so that it is touching the middle braid. Connect both coils with a pin. Continue connecting all of the coils for the length of the braids.
Step 12: Similarly stretch and connect the left braid coils with the left side coils of the center braid.
Step 13: Attach the ends of the braids with one rubber band.
Step 14: Take the end of the braid and roll it underneath to the nape of the neck. Secure with bobby pins.