Messy Dressy Braid
Spray a generous amount of Catch A Wave into dry hair. Inrease volume and texture with a blast from a hairdryer. Have a few grips and rubber bands to hand.
Split a section out on your desired parting side from your temple to behind the ear and scalp plait back from hairline to nape.
With the rest of your hair, start making one big loose French-Dutch braid or a standard French braid if that is easier for you.
Loose is key, so don’t worry about making the braid tight, keep it baggy to create volume and a little height at the front.
As you continue the braid, leave some pieces of hair around your other ear - these pieces will be used to create some finer braids.
Secure the big and small braids with elastics at the end, wrap the finer braids around the big one, securing with pins behind the braid so they aren’t visible.
Apply another layer of Catch a Wave and start pulling the plait out to loosen and texturise further.