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Basic Knot

[Basic Knot] This style is good for beginners. It is easiest to do if you have either fine hair that is shoulder length or much longer hair if your hair is heavy. This style also works well as a partial style and with a braid.

French Twist

[French Twist] This style is the easiest to learn. It is quick, and secure. There are several variations, one of which should work for every hair type. This style is the basis for many more advanced styles, and it adapts nicely to 2 partial styles for very long hair.

Crown Roll

[Crown Roll] This is a more advanced style. It is based on a skill called two part braiding, which while not as difficult as french braiding, does take practice. The basic crown roll is not appropriate for either very short or very long hair, but there are varietions of the style for these hair lengths. This style also adapts to a partial style.

Side Rolls With Knot

[Side Rolls and Knot] This style is based on two part braiding, like the crown roll. The style is appropriate only for fairly long hair (down to the shoulder blades), and one must learn to do a basic knot before attempting this style.

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