Braider Deb

...and her Braiders of the Lost Art

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The Braider of Champions


Braider Deb Jennings is a mainstay of the figure skating and Renaissance faire communities and has been for more than 25 years. Her creative braid designs range from elegant to whimsical. Braider Deb has many talents and abilities for hair braiding, just ask to see if what you want is possible. Short hair is not a deterrent for hair braiding.

Braider Deb has braided the hair of a wide variety of clients, from ren faire maidens and beginning figure skaters, to Olympians and everywhere in between.

New for 2017: Gymnastics!

Braider Deb is proud to announce that she will be attending the 14th Annual Kansas City Coed Classic hosted by Emerald City Gymnastics Club! This is Deb's first gymnastics event and hopes to meet many great athletes and make new friends.

For those of you who are new to Deb, please feel free to sign up for a spot ahead of time here on our website by clicking the "Make Appointment" item in the menu.

Jason Brown with Braider Deb
Olympian Jason Brown with Braider Deb

Rachael Flatt with Braider Deb
Olympian Rachael Flatt with Braider Deb

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About Deb

Deb Jennings

Debra Jennings has been braiding her own hair since she was a child. In the mid 90s she began using her talent to braid , or plait hair, at the Kansas City Renaissance faire as one of the Braidin' Maidens.

Debra has been involved with the Oklahoma Renaissance Faire since its inception 35 years ago. Deb also braids for birthday parties, weddings, and any special occasion. But her focus since 2000 has been on Ice Skating competitions. She braids in over 8 states including Colorado, Iowa, Nebraska, and Oklahoma, as well as Texas and Missouri. Deb presently averages two shows a month. Her large and faithful clientele, her girls, know her simply as Braider Deb.

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