Prepare hair for braiding.
Brush out any knots with a wide tooth comb.
Part your hair in the middle.
Section off the top third of your hair. Begin sectioning from
your forehead and part. Use the wide tooth comb to section off your
hair and hold the section in one hand.
Divide the section into three parts.
Braid the hair toward the back of your head in a
French braid style. After the first pass, begin working
outside pieces of hair into your braid so that you're essentially
French braiding your hair.
Create that “waterfall” look. When you’ve reached the
last part of the first braid section, drop the last strand of hair.
This will make it look like the hair is cascading from the braid.
Pick up a new strand of hair located next to the
strand you’ve dropped to replace that strand.
Continue the waterfall look by picking the next section of hair
located beside the hair section you dropped and continue
Secure the braid with bobby pins if needed.