I've had a question about why sometimes we hair bloggers talk about only taking hair from one side of the braid. And, what the difference is. I did these braids both ways, so you can see the difference.
Start by making a diagonal part all the way across her head. From the top (by one eye) to the bottom (by her ear) on the other side. Do the twist french braids on both sides of the part. Bring the braids together into a side pony with an elastic and do some twist braids in the pony.
The best part of this style is this cute flower bow that came from Tinkerbell Boutique . The first thing I noticed about some of the flowers at this boutique are the buttons in the middle of the flowers. Such a cute idea! I love this particular color combination with the pink and brown.
Now, if you look at these braids, the one on the right was done by taking the hair from only one side. The one on the left was done taking hair from both sides. See the difference? Normally when I do this style, I would do both braids only taking hair from one side and twist them in the opposite direction, so they are facing each other. Make sense?
Here's a better shot of the flower. I didn't take a picture of the back of this accessory, but it has a piece of felt-like material between the clip that grips the hair in really well. This flower stayed in all day long!
Here's a video to hopefully show you how to do the twist french braid. (In case you don't already know how to do it.) You need to know how to do a regular twist braid first though. If you need help with that, go to this twist braid video.