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Messy Low Side-Plait with Fringe in Copper Brown – Debby Ryan’s Hairstyle

Celebrity hairstyles: cute side braided hairstyle for girls

Debby always looks so happy in her photos and this trendy look suits her lively personality perfectly!

Copper and strawberry blonde are the ‘hot’ red carpet shades at the moment!  And this warm medium-brown, with natural copper reflections is a very flattering colour for ‘dark-blondes’, who need a summertime colour makeover!

This style has an untidy off-centre parting above a long, side-swept fringe hanging casually over one eye. On the fringe side, sections of the hair are left in unruly, but defined sections.

On the other side, the hair covers the ear down to a low, loosely braided plait. Loose plaiting emphasises the thickness of Debby’s hair and gives a suitably casual finish to her young and trendy image!

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5 thoughts on “Top 25 Braided Hairstyle Tutorials You’ll Totally Love”

  1. Samuro says:

    not how they/re made but stuff like
    who created it
    where its been used
    where did originate from
    anything at all xo

  2. Alina Elliott says:

    I REALLY want to learn how to fishtail braid
    I need step by step simple instructions
    Please and thanks in advance

  3. heavenly sword says:

    It looks so hard but people make it look so simple

  4. Jason M says:

    Links are okay but I would prefer a step 1 step 2 step3 type explanation

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