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A messy reverse French braid.   Start by prepping roots with a dry hairspray, then spray a texturizing spray from mid-shaft to the ends.  Part hair and do a reverse French braid (like a regular French braid, but instead of pulling the hair over to create the braid, you pull it under) on one side; secure with an elastic ponytail holder.  Repeat on the other side.   Gently remove the elastic from the first braid, and use it to secure both braids where they meet.  Finish with a strong…

A messy reverse French braid. Start by prepping roots with a dry hairspray, then spray a texturizing spray from mid-shaft to the ends. Part hair and do a reverse French braid (like a regular French braid, but instead of pulling the hair over to create the braid, you pull it under) on one side; secure with an elastic ponytail holder. Repeat on the other side. Gently remove the elastic from the first braid, and use it to secure both braids where they meet. Finish with a strong…

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Want to learn how to DIY a reverse French braid? Jennifer Lawrence's longtime hairstylist Jenny Cho shares her braid how-to.

I pulled the front section of my hair in a pony on top of my head and secured with an elastic. Then, with my head flipped over, I reverse French braided up the back of my head to meet the high ponytail. I combined them and twisted it into a top knot!

her hair's been put into an upside down french braid with the ends tucked into a loopy bun updo

A messy reverse French braid.   Start by prepping roots with a dry hairspray, then spray a texturizing spray from mid-shaft to the ends.  Part hair and do a reverse French braid (like a regular French braid, but instead of pulling the hair over to create the braid, you pull it under) on one side; secure with an elastic ponytail holder.  Repeat on the other side.   Gently remove the elastic from the first braid, and use it to secure both braids where they meet.  Finish with a strong…

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