Inside Out Plait
Inside out plait is an updated version of a French braid. This style involves the technique of reversing which is used to create a French braid to make the plait sits on top of your hair. It is traditionally worn vertically down the back of your head starting from near the front hairline to nape of your neck.
To get this hairstyle, first take a small rectangular panel of hair on top of your head which should run from front hairline, level with temples and back toward the crown of the head. Now divide this part three even segments by holding right strand in the right hand, the middle and left strands between the fingers in your left hand. Start crossing the strand in your right hand under middle strand and collect the original middle strand using your right hand. Try to pull all three strands to tighten your plait. Use the same method to cross your left hand strand under middle strand to make the left strand the new middle strand and gently pull your plait tight. Take a narrow section of hair against the scalp from right front hairline to center of back of your head. Add the newly collected hair with the present right hand strand and then take the narrow section of hair in the left side to add the band over the left side using the existing left hand strand. Continue this process till the end of your hair and secure with a hair band.