Olga Olikova


I know how to achieve perfect braids

⚫️Book author
⚫️Braiding salon owner ⚫️Braiding school founder ⚫️Over 300 happy students worldwide

This course is for those, who:

✅want to learn how to do perfect braids

✅are braiding already and want to get better

✅want to hide all hair under kanekalon

✅want to achieve neat sides

✅want to know how to get thin ends

Course Overview

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  • 1

    Chapter 1

    • Welcome

    • Thank you

  • 2

    Before we start braiding hair

    • 1. Preview

    • 2. Introduction

  • 3

    Instruction on to how to proceed with this course

    • 3. Instructions

  • 4

    Tools and hygiene

    • 4. Tools

    • 5. Hygiene

  • 5

    Braiding begins

    • 6. Hands positioning

    • 7. Getting to know the technique

    • 8. Parting hair

    • 9. First braid

    • 10. Dutch braids without kanekalon

    • 11. Overview of chinese kanekalon (part 1)

    • 11. Overview of chinese kanekalon (part 2)

    • 12. Overview of Miss Rola kanekalon (part 1)

    • 12. Overview of Miss Rola kanekalon (part 2)

    • 13. Overview of Jumbo braid kanekalon (part 1)

    • 13. Overview of Jumbo braid kanekalon (part 2)

    • 14. Kanekalon preparation

    • 15. First strand

    • 16. Beginning with the kanekalon

    • 17. Adding kanekalon

    • 18. Braids completion

    • 19. Final adjustment

    • 20. Second braid

    • 21. Preparation of chinese kanekalon

    • 22. Strands separation

    • 23. Dutch braids using chinese kanekalon

    • 24. Braids completion

    • 25. Final adjustment

    • 26. Braids symmetry

    • 27. Comparison

    • 28. Thin beginning

    • 29. Braids accesories

    • 30. Thin braids

  • 6

    Most common mistakes

    • Mistake number 1

    • Mistake number 2 (part 1)

    • Mistake number 2 (part 2)

    • Mistake number 3

Cornrows/ Boxer braids/ Feed in braids/ Dutch or Holland braids, reversed French braids...

One hairstyle, many names. You can call it however you like.

I don’t want to offend anyone, I know the origin of the braiding and I understand that braids just cannot be called “Dutch”. But when you say “Double Dutch braids”, everyone understand what style do you mean. This is the hairstyle to start with. When you properly master this two braids, you can make any braids you want and get 4-5-8 braids. You can also do braided ponytail, I braid all my hairstyles in the same technique.


Who is Olga?


Olga Olikova

In just two years Olga Olikova became one of the most followed braiders in the world. It all started with her passion for turning her little neighbours hair into braided art. That passion quickly went viral, both in her home town, and on the internet when she started showcasing her work on Instagram. Now Olga's online courses in three languages teach hundreds of students from 21 countries.


What do I need to get started?

  • Training head. Yes, it’s much quicker to learn a new technique on mannequin head, not on your daughter or friend😅

  • Plastic comb and brush

  • Water sprayer with clean water💦

  • One pack of kanekalon or synthetic hair (any kind)

  • Telegram app to be in touch with other english speaking students


Ask me any question on Instagram @vysnivanecopiky

  • What are dutch braids?

    Dutch braids also called reversed french braids, boxer braids, cornrows are two braids with kanekalon. Apart from aesthetics it is practical hairstyle which allows care free hair for few days.

  • I'm not a hair stylist nor braided before, can I still learn this?

    Sure you can. Actually it's easier to learn if you have no previous experience with braiding.

  • Are you sure I can learn this online?

    Absolutely. And proof are many students who already did it.
    Online course gives you advantage of learning from your home in your own time for much longer period of time. And for that reason, you will receive a lot more feedback from me on your progress than in offline workshop.

  • Will I get certificate after course?

    Yes you will🙌🏻

Feel free to contact me on Instagram