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Hey glam fam! It's Elina, saying hi from Lynnwood. Today, we're going to show you a really cute and pretty simple kid style that you can slightly modify if you can't cornrow. But the rest of it is really easy, so let's dive right in and get started. First, I want to mention that this hair has been freshly co-washed. To hydrate it a bit, since it dried a bit while we were setting up, I'm lightly misting it with water. I don't want it to be soaking wet, just damp enough to help with detangling. Now, let's move on to parting the hair. I'll be parting it down the center. Starting from the top of the ear, I'll follow the tip of the ear and rotate back towards the crown of the head. Avoid coming straight up. We want to create a backward rotation. So, I'll part off the top of the ear and continue through the center of the crown. Repeat this same parting technique on the opposite side. Once that's done, you'll continue parting from the center and go all the way down the back. Now, let's focus on the first section. Pin off the side, mist it with water, and add one pump of leave-in conditioner. Massage it through the hair and use a soft brush to brush through it. Apply a small amount of gel around the border and brush it to smooth it out. Then, create a ponytail with this section. With the ponytail, go down about an inch to an inch and a half, and create another ponytail. After that, puff the hair out. Repeat this process all the way down the shaft of this section, keeping the same spacing we have here. Do the same on the opposite side. Moving on, create a small triangular section near the...