“F” is for Fairy
Obviously this one is just one part different from our Letter E hairstyle, and I was tempted to just do them both at the same time and take pics, but I wanted to do something different than twists so I did this on a different day. Looking at things now, however, the twists are much more tight & defined than the uneven 3 strand braids. But that’s ok!
Part the hair in the middle and then part out a section of hair down to the top of the ear. Make a little ponytail.
Continue your middle part further back on the head & then part out another section of hair and make another pony. Make sure you get this pony tail higher than I did!
On the left side of the head, section out hair parted down to the ear as well. Make another pony tail.
Back to the strand on the right braid the section and pull it across to the left pony tail. (This is where your preferences can come in!) I opted for an uneven 3 strand braid. Secure your hair to the pony on the left with another rubber band.
Braid the hair hanging down on the left part way down.
Braid the other pony on the right & pull it over to the left & combine the 2 with a rubber band.
Then continue braiding down the hair that remains.
And because I spaced those 2 parts of the F out a bit too much, I felt like the left braid needed to be a bit longer than just ending at the nape of the neck. I made a side ponytail with the remaining hair hanging down on the left.
I braided a bit further down & then secured it to the ponytail with another rubber band.
And to make sure it stayed put, I put a little bobby pin down the back of the braid into the ponytail.
And there is your fabulous letter F! I think this one definitely needs a bit of ribbon or something to make it pop a bit more and stand out as the letter F. I didn’t have time to do that though! The only thing I’d change about this one is I got the braids a bit too far apart for my liking. Just be sure when you do this one that you get the bottom line from the F a bit higher when you make the 2nd pony tail on the right.