How to do Afro Bubble Braid

How to do Afro Bubble Braid

5 steps for you to learn

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What will you need

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step by step tutorial

- Hair gel - Toothbrush - Marly braided hair extension - Silk scarf - Hairdryer - Elastic straps - Clip

Apply hair gel generously to all natural hair until each strand is in place.

Step 1: Apply the hair gel

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Then use an elastic band to tie your hair into a bun.

Step 2: Tie your natural hair into a bun

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Wrap a silk/satin scarf around your hair and let it dry overnight. However, if you don't want that, you can use a hair dryer to dry your hair with gel.

Step 3: Dry your hair

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Step 4: Create your bubble braids

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Now, with your extension hanging loose and attached to something steady, tie your rubber bands around it. Before using your rubber bands, cut them open. That way, you can tie them tightly around your extension.

Step 4: Create your bubble braids

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Wrap the rubber bands securely (one at a time, spaced apart as you can see in the GIF) around the extension and then tie.

Trim off any excess.

Then use your fingers to fluff the extension into bubbles. The number of bubbles you get depends on what you want.

Step 5: Pin your bubble braids

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Tie a rubber band (do not cut) tightly to the end of your bubble braids (the end you will attach to your bun). Make sure you have enough to tie the bun as you will be using the same elastic band to connect your bubble braids to your bun.

After tying, use your fingers to secure any loose hair into the bun.

Step 5: Pin your bubble braids

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Finally, use your bobby pins to secure the bubble braids to your bun.

Step 5: Pin your bubble braids

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Very well, girl! You have successfully created the bubble braids hairstyle!

Step 5: Pin your bubble braids

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