Waterfall French Braid
A waterfall French braid is a unique variation of the French braid. In this hairstyle some of the hair will be left free instead taking of all the hair to create a braid. A simple braiding method is followed to achieve this style and it works best with a wavy to straight hair. After completing the hairstyle, make sure to spritz all over the hair with a hairspray to avoid flyaways.
To get this style, take a bunch of hair from one side of the front hairline and divide it into three strands including top nearest center part, center below the top and bottom from the top of your head. Take a bottom strand over the center strand and then pull the center strand in front of your face away from rest of the hair. Now take the top strand over the remaining strand to make it the new top strand. Take a new strand from below the braid and thin strand from above your braid to combine it with the top strand. Continue this process until you reach the end of the hair and finally the braid will be running along the side of your head. Secure the end of your hair with a small clip or leave the three strands loose. Make the loose strands which were pulled forward to fall along the side of your head under the braid and brush the hair down or finger style the hair.