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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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BRAIDING hair while damp, using a texturising product and choosing from the French, fishtail or halo are all ingenious beauty hacks to get the perfect plait.
Now you can start to plait, twisting the outside section into the middle.
Sometimes I'll see a lady rocking plaits and I'll think 'Give it up, grandma' before looking closer and realising she's a decade younger than me.
Twist each individual plait back onto itself to create an even thicker plait, then squeeze the plaits together with your hands to break up the pieces which will release some strands and tease out using L'Oreal Air Fix Spray.
He says the secret is to blow-dry the section you want to plait straight, giving a smooth, wisp-free appearance.
Old-fashioned plaits and braids are great for summer 'up dos' and also a great way of keeping your hair protected from the rays - although you will need to beware of burning your scalp.
Whether you simply use clips to achieve the effect, plaits or opt for the more complicated chinon style, you'll look cool and stay cool at the same time.
The victim said he had large, dark eyes, a big nose, a square jaw line and distinctive hair, with short beaded plaits at the front and longer plaits at the back.
LONG HAIR MARK Leeson, the reigning HJ British Hairdresser of the Year for 2014, said: "When it's hot, it's a great time to try out new plaits, braids and updos if you have longer hair.
PERFECT PLAIT Dave Bassett, salon manager and lecturer at the College Ystrad Mynach, says plaits, like here at Ashish, are a huge look this season.
PLAITS are set to be a key look this summer so give your locks a modern, fresh twist with this classic style as worn by Jessica Alba.
If you have enough onions and enough space in the kitchen, the plaits can be up to 90cm (3ft) long.