What makes this braid so good other

Just when we thought we'd seen every kind of braid imaginable, notorious perfect-hair-haver Olivia Palermo surprised us with a hybrid of a French and a four-strand braid. We got the details on how to re-create this soft, perfectly undone look directly from Palermo's hairstylist Lacy High Quality Brazilian Virgin hair. “I’ve seen clients try to keep extensions in for three or four months, and I’m like, 'What are you doing?!'" says Pitters, who suggests removing sew-in extensions after eight to ten weeks. (Give the hair a break for a week or more before replacing them.) If you keep the hair in cornrows for longer than that, “the hair that’s growing in could get matted.”

To keep your roots well moisturized between shampoos (when you don’t have your extensions in), combine equal parts water and moisturizing conditioner in a spray bottle (Pitters likes her own Amoy Couture hair Leave in Conditioner). Shake it well until thoroughly mixed together. Then spray the concoction right between the (http://goo.gl/rddqfI)Indian Virgin hair. What makes this braid so good—other than the cool factor of a French braid that turns into a four-strand braid—is that it's voluminous at the crown and looks airy and windswept, not slick and flyaway-free.

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