Now what you've all been waiting for... Medusa Braids
Part your hair into three things. Leaving more hair on the sides than you do in the back.
If you have bangs you can separate them from the rest of your hair and braids them separately. This helps the braids not be furry right after you braid. It also helps it stay in longer.
After you braid it it should look like this.
Now I'm parting my hair just like I normally do.
Next pick which side you want to start on and split it in half. You can bobby pin the top hair back if you like.
This is one side all done. You basically do this on each side.
I'm doing a basic braid, but it has to be very tight if it is going to stay in.
This is what it looks like after you finish braiding all of your hair.
When your hair starts to look like this it may be a good time to think about taking them out. Other wise it will probably get matted soon.
So when you start to unbraid your hair it's probably going to hurt a bit.
Basically all your going to do is take your finger nail and pull down right above the part that is already undone.
This is what it looks when it isn't brushed out.
And this is what it looks like when it is brushed out.