Going back to school is one of the exciting moments of almost every girl. it’s crucial to fit in with your peers at school whether it’s to impress someone or to simply look good to feel good. In no matter what era, teens care about their physical appearance. Parents and adults all around would say, "You don’t have to do what everyone else is doing just because it’s popular," that phrase is partly true.

​Most people are concerned about the appearance of their hair and strive to attain beautiful, healthy and stylish locks. In fact, most will go to any lengths to achieve their desired look hair care is a big business. Follow basic hair care regimens that will guarantee the health and beauty of their tresses. Additionally, many are also causing needless damage to their tresses by participating in unhealthy hair care activities. So, what should you do to make sure that your hair stay healthy?

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Young Spirit Asymmetrical Two-Strand Rope
The two-strand rope is not a true braid, since it involves only two strands, but it produces an interesting twisted pattern that is an attractive alternative to braids. Each strand is twisted independently, and the two strands are then twisted together. The resulting texture resembles a rope. When you combine this technique with sections picked up from the scalp the rope sits on top of the hair the way a projected braid does. The design used here features an asymmetrical rope moving along the front hairline from one side to the other. The hair at the back is left free and can be set with hot rollers for additional curl.

1. Part the hair to separate the front area from the back. Comb the front hair to one side.

2. Take a rectangular section of hair and divide it into two equal-size strands. Twist each strand clockwise simultaneously. Twist only near the base,            
keeping your fingers close to the scalp.

3. Holding your hand palm up, insert your forefinger between the two strands.

4. Turn your wrist over so your palm is facing down. This automatically twists the two strands together.

5. Using your little finger, part completely across the front section to pick up a new section.

6. Combine the new section with the strand toward the face and twists the combined strand clockwise. 

7. Once again, turn your hand palm upward and place your forefinger between the two strands. Turn your hand palm down to twist the two strands           

8. Continue creating the rope across the top of the head, adding new sections of hair as you go along. 

9. Try to keep the size of the picked-up sections equal. This will create an even pattern.

10. Once all the sections of hair have been picked up and incorporated into the rope, continue creating the rope with the remaining loose hair. A turn         
of the wrist will automatically twist the two strands together. 

11. When the rope is finished, secure the ends with a coated band.

12. If you want additional curl in the back hair, use a curling iron or spiral hot rollers. 

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