Front French Braid
Braided hairstyles are one of the oldest ways of styling the hair. A front French braid is known o be a stylish alternative to a standard French braid that usually lies flat at the center as well as back of the head. The length of the hair must be at least six to eight inches long to create a braid. A front French braid is completely different from other standard braid hairstyles as it will lie in the front and side of the head by shaping your face.
To create a front French braid, do a small part about two inches back at the front of your head and just above the outer edge of the eye. Pull your hair at the back of your head to create a ponytail and keep it away during the styling process. Then divide the hair in the front into three adjacent sections. Next weave the outer section over and to the middle of three sections. Now weave far opposite section of the hair over and to the middle of three sections. The weaving of two outer sections must be done picking up new sections of the hair as you go and continue the same process along the line of your forehead till the back of your neck. Pull your braid back to create a ponytail and secure it with a rubber band. Secure the end of your braid with a hair tie and leave rest of the hair to fall loose.