Basic Sided French Braid
This is one of the basic styles of the braid with a pony. The first thing you need to do is separating the bangs from the hair. Lay over the bangs and tie the other hair with a holder for a ponytail. Brush the bangs on the side where you will create the French braid. Separate the bangs into three sections with the same size. Start the braid with as usual. Allow the flow of the braid across the hairline on the forehead. End the braid when you reach the end of the bangs. Pins the French braid end exactly on where the braid is stopped.
One-Sided French Braid with Bands
Make the sided French braid as the basic. Secure the braids-ended with elastics. Then, twist the braids at the bottom side. Make small buns on the bottom side of the hair. To secure the braid, use bobby pins. Choose the pins with the same colour of your dress to match the appearance entirely. Tuck loose hairs in and then perform mousse or hairspray to finish the style with polish.
One-Sided French Braid Updo
The position of the braid is upper than the basic French braid. From the three sections, tighten the braid to the upper section. Let the bottom section of the braid be lengthened to create the upper side of the braid. When the hair is reaching the bottom hair, you can try various styles. You can simply create a bun exactly on the bottom side and give big accessories on the top with the colour adjusted to the gown. You also can continue the braid up to the bottom opposite side of the French braid then create a bun. Make sure the bottom hair is joined into the braid. Also, just like the previous pattern of the braid, tighten the braid on the upper to let some space on the bottom side.
One-Sided French Braid with Flower
Instead of wearing accessories, you can perform a flower either real or artificial, exactly at the end of the French braid. Put the flower on the upper side of the bun. Choose the middle size of the flower with the same colour as the dress. If you think you need contrast colour and it is possible for you to find the beautiful flower with the expecting colour, it is good also.
One-Sided French Braid and Loose Hair Combination
For this one-sided French braid, you may join or not join your ponytail since you will need more hair for this style. Create a big three sections that allow you take more hair to create a big French braid. Braid the hair from one side you like. Let the braid flow to another side until the braid come across when it is reaching the bottom side. Once you reach the bottom side of the hair, perform elastics to keep the braid on the right path and tighten it. There will be some hair which is free, not being braided. Let the hair loose on the opposite side of the French braid, joining it with the loose hair on that side. To make the look of the hair more beautiful, add a sparkle bobby pin.