Woman's braid down her chin may look peculiar, but it's stunning when she flips it back

Videos about braiding hair are surprisingly popular, but there is one that's currently taking the internet by storm and making headlines.
In the tutorial, freelance hair artist Iris Araújo creates a braid down the front of her face — yes, the front. It's a waterfall style braid that starts just below her chin and continues to the end of her hair. When she is finished braiding, it looks like Araújo is wearing a hijab made of hair.
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Start my parting your hair.
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Take two strands of hair from both sides and begin braiding.
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Continue to use a waterstyle braid beginning from your chin.
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Keep brainding all the way down.
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Go all the way down and tie at the end.
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Take your braid and pull it up.
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Now flip it over.
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It should look like this.
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Here's what it looks like from the back.
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Stunning, right?
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