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plait

(plāt)
To braid; to make separate strands of tissue into a ropelike structure (e.g., during tendon repair).
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For long hair, plait the ponytail and pin it round into a plaited bun.
STEP 7: When the bin is completely dry make sure all plaits are still firmly attached and the paint has evenly covered all areas.
The BohoBraid - A fashionista favourite, this style is made from two low slung plaits braided together at the back to create a laid back style straight from the beach on to the catwalk.
Plaits were huge on the catwalk for this summer - like at Alexander Wang at New York Fashion Week Celebrity plait fan, Jessica Alba
Then hark back to the days when your mum twirled your hair into pleats and plaits. But you're a big girl now, so you'll have to do it for yourself - with a little advice from Kene Franklin, creative director at Macmillan (020 7240 4973) of course.
NOW twist your plait flat to the head around the base of the ponytail and hold in place with some pins.
Plait them loosely so you can distress them and pull them apart, beautiful but can make you look like an extra from St Trinians if you don't achieve the softness.
Just hair do it Give your hair a special Red Nose make over - you could bunch it, scrunch it, dye it, spray it, spike it, gel it, wig it, plait it or even cut it off.
3 Then separate the hair into three sections and plait it downwards, crossing the left over the centre then the right over the centre, etc, until done.
1 SEPARATE a section of hair on the side you want the plait to fall.
Start a normal plait by taking the right strand and crossing it over the middle and then left over the middle again.