You enjoy the braid look, but because of your fine thin hair, you can’t get your braid to stay up. At the end of the day, your braid will have slid down to where it doesn’t look right.
The first and most important step to stop your braid from moving is to add some ‘grip’ to your hair. You can do this by using dry shampooing newly washed hair before braiding. You can also try applying a voluminous hair spray to your hair after you have separated it into sections for braiding.
Another way you can add grip to your hair is with a styling powder. This product adds instant volume to hair while providing it with the ‘grip’ it needs to help a hairstyle stay in place. And it’s easy on the pocket as well.
Another cost-effective way to keep a braid up is to clip a bobby pin through the first section of your braid. Use shorter bobby pins to keep them discreet and completely hidden from plain view.
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HOW TO STOP BRAIDS FROM SLIPPING IN FINE HAIR – READER QUESTION, hairromance.com