Step 1: Take a section of hair from the top front section of the head. Split it into two parts – left and right. Step 2: On the left side separate a thin strand, stretch it underneath the left strand and connect it to the right section. Step 3: On the right side, separate a thin strand and stretch it underneath the left strand and connect it with the left section. Continue this weaving one more time on each side. Step 4: Continue weaving a reverse braid, but now with the tieback. To do this, separate a thin strand from the left side and place it underneath the braid. Then, take a loose strand from the left side of the braid and connect it to the thin strand that was just braided. Stretch the strands of the entire left side and connect it to the right side of the braid. Step 5: On the right side of the braid, separate a thin strand. Then, also separate a strand from the loose hair and connect it to the first thin strand. Stretch the strands of the entire right section and connect it to the left strands. Step 6: Continue weaving hair in this same way with the tieback from both sides. Step 7: When there is no more free hair left for the tieback, continue braiding in reverse braid style, but without the tieback. Step 8. Secure the end of the braid with a rubber band.