Hair Braiding 101

What to Bring

  • a hairbrush or comb
  • hair bands

Hair Braiding 101

About This Class

What You Will Learn

  • how to do amazing braids
  • advanced styles like the Crown Braid and the Waterfall
  • how to have red carpet hair in minutes

What You Get

  • hands-on instruction
  • braiding tutorials/resources handout
  • a head-turning new hairstyle to wear the rest of the evening


Always wanted to learn how to braid, but never knew where to start?

Even if you've never braided before (or only now how to do a plait), you'll easily learn how to do all the complicated looks you see on the red carpet and Pinterest. 

From the French braid to the Dutch braid, the Fishtail to the Waterfall, you’ll learn myriad ways to plait your hair. You'll leave class knowing how create half a dozen new looks on yourself and your friends. There’s a braid for every person and every occasion — for running to the shops to attending a wedding. And yes, you can braid your hair even if it's curly.

I’ll demonstrate on my model, and then we'll practice all the braids on one another. Bring a friend or come solo -- either way, make sure you have plans afterwards so you can show off your gorgeous new braided hairstyle!

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Apr 2017
Hair Braiding 101 - 22 Apr 2017 12:00 PM

We learnt to do all basic braiding on other people which can be implemented into various styles. Had to rush through a couple due to time restraints, but got the idea of each easily.

Apr 2017
Hair Braiding 101 - 22 Apr 2017 12:00 PM

loved the class. It was great learning about the different braid styles and being taught the difference between a french and a dutch braid and how to do them.

Apr 2017
Hair Braiding 101 - 22 Apr 2017 12:00 PM

I learnt what I have needed for such a long time. Thoroughly loved the class. I would like some tips on the best method in regard to best use of fingers/hands.

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