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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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Now you can start to plait, twisting the outside section into the middle.
For long hair, plait the ponytail and pin it round into a plaited bun.
At festivals I love nothing more than the feel of plaits bouncing on my bare shoulders as I lark about.
Here she explains how to pull off the plait yourself at home: | Prep wet hair with Elnett Heat Styling Spray Volume at roots, set in rollers and dry | Section an inch of hair from each temple and secure at the crown with an elastic | Take the remaining top section of hair and backcomb to create height and volume.
I came face to face with my first real-life Wang plait a couple of weeks ago courtesy of uber-Wag Alex Gerrard, left.
The beauty centre owner has also entered the Limca Book of Records for making another plait earlier.
The 120g roast vegetable plait has peppers, red onions, tomatoes and courgettes in puff pastry with a herb crumb topping.
Put the hair in two bunches, plait each one and fasten the ends with thin, clear bands.
THE CORNROW PLAIT THE inspiration for this look has come from the plait trend that's strong on the catwalks, but with more of an up do feel.
29 (Asda/Tesco) T PLAIT PARADE THE LOOK: "This season's catwalk-hot look is the fishtail plait.
The stolen horse, which had been picked out by the thieves and marked with a small plait in its mane, was returned to its owners in Surrey.
He says the secret is to blow-dry the section you want to plait straight, giving a smooth, wisp-free appearance.