Boho Rope Braid: How To Get The Runway Look

How To DIY An Undone Boho Rope Braid

Designer: Rebecca Minkoff

Lead Hair Stylist: Tommy Bucket for Garnier Fructis

The Scoop:Celebrity hairstylist Tommy Bucket created a 70’s inspired boho rope braid. The unexpected twist on a classic braid, brought textured style to models’ hair, complimenting the collection’s bohemian aesthetic.

How To DIY A Boho Rope Braid

  1. Prep hair with Garnier Fructis De-Constructed Beach Chic Texturizing Spray and Garnier Fructis Full & Plush Mega Full Thickening Lotion to create a rough base.
  2. Using a flatiron, bend sections of hair back and forth to create initial body and encourage additional texture.
  3. Part hair down the center and pull it back into a ponytail at the nape of the neck, securing with an elastic hair tie.
  4. To create more texture, fullness and overall hold, generously spray Garnier Fructis De-Constructed Texture Tease throughout the gathered hair, from root to end.
  5. Separate ponytail into two equal sections. Roll them each counter-clockwise, continuing to apply product to achieve maximum texture and hold.
  6. Twist the 2 pieces together to create an undone rope braid, securing it at the bottom with a hair tie.
  7. Use fingers to separate and rough the surface of the braid to create an effortless boho look.
  8. Set the look by spraying with Garnier Fructis Sheer Set Extreme Hold Breathable Hairspray.
  9. Apply Garnier Fructis Triple Nutrition Miracle Dry Oil to the front sections of the center part for clean, radiant shine.

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