Braid Hairstyles Worth Mastering

Braids or plaits have been around for more than a thousand years. We are timeless – and so easy to replicate that’s why we go beyond and beyond and introduce you to the braid of the line. These types of braids are great for night out work or casual weekends, but they’re worth the effort every time.

What about a beach braid? Cross the 2nd strand over the 3rd strand over the 4th strand over the 2nd strand over the 4th strand and the 5th strand over the 1st strand. Across left to right, the third strand is now the lead. Take it, cross the 5th strand. Repeat the pattern the next time. RELATED POST How to Four Beaches

Crimped Strand Braid

Try this complete and sturdy braid if you have long, thick hair. Strand braids look like challah bread and take both a steady hand and a little patience but with the right touch you’re guaranteed to look elegant and we dare say delicious.

Long Side Braid for Thin Hair

The five-strand braid will start at the roots and slowly cascade down the side of your little-by-little head pulling pieces and make your hair look fuller. All you need is an elastic band and all of you are set; you don’t need bobby pins.

Partial Side Dutch Braid

Strands can be used to create a Dutch braid. Note that the braid looks like a french braid inside. Note the center-wrapped strand; this cool effect makes it look as if one braid wraps the other. Add some waves for a soft, subtle look to the rest of your hair.

Braided Sock Bun Twist

This one is difficult to create, but the payoff is worth your effort. You’re going to want to braid one side after the other before you put all the hair back into a bun. Pull a braided fringe around the bun to complete your updo.

Back Braid Meets Side Bun

Begin the french braid strand from left to right across your head or vice versa depending on your part – and continue until you have no left hair. You should wrap the braid around in a side bun once you’re finished.

Crown Braid with Textured Hair

Crimp the hair from roots to ends to achieve this look. Then you’re going to focus on the braid starting at the top and making your way down and around slowly. Most girls want a major crown and you’re sure to get an amazing one with five strings.

Upside Down Braid and Bun

Tall sock bun from the front. A funny creative braid from the back. Be careful with this look, which is easiest to build when you flip your hair forward and style it upside down – yes.

Snake Braid

From the top to the bottom of the head, the braid can be snaked. Consider coloring your beaches with a seafoam green shade for a bold look. Once you’re finished, for a looser-looking braid pull at the strands gently.

Pigtails Adult version

Pigtails are back – and better than ever before. Part your hair down the middle and create two braids at the neck to avoid them. Wrap a thin strand around to cover the elastics and tuck it under.

Side Braid Pulled into a Ponytail

The braid is quick and easy when you want to pull back your hair. It also prevents your eyes from falling stray hair. Depending on what you want, braids like this can be thicker – or thinner. It all depends on how tight the strands you pull.

Criss-Cross Hairstyle

The five-strand braid isn’t easy, but you’ll find so many versatile looks associated with it once you’ve learned it. Such two braids are criss-crossed and one chunky diagonal plait is finished.

Cinnamon Swirl Braid

Braids are unforgettable and timeless. Why do you think the brides want to wear them? This braid has been crafted beautifully. Make sure you have a complete pack of bobby pins ready to use before beginning this theme.

Elegant Double Braid Updo

Note how these braids fall like a pair of hanging earrings. To achieve this sophisticated but vibrant updo, two strand dutch braids are styled side by side.

Casual Side Braid

You may want to change your casual look often. If you apply a wire braid to it, the messy bun isn’t that messy-looking. Paint it Dutch whichever you want it to be French.

Full-Bodied Diagonal Braid

Strand braids are very complicated and you’re going to use all your fingers to achieve this look. It helps to give a number to each strand and repeat the most important word over or below as you manipulate the five strands by number in a repetitive way to keep track of which one comes next.

Braided Mermaid Hair

You’ll want to braid like a crown braid to complete this extended braid. With an unusual pastel color, the style is more creative. About 401/01.848.jpg” />

Cornrows Enter French Braid

Do you still try to wear cornrows? Why don’t you try to combine them with a complex-looking braid? A broad five-strand braid, cut down the back and tucked in, matches the cornrows.

Diagonal Braids Meet Ponytail

Ponytails are casual and nice but not dull. Two diagonal plaits spice up yours. Such styles are perfect for casual outings, particularly if you’re engaging in an activity like hiking or yoga, and you don’t want to worry about hair falling into your eyes.

Half-up braid

Straight hair looks very beautiful in the Rapunzel braid. Half-up braids are often casual, but you can dress up this one with your friends for a day of work or even a night out.

Bubblegum Braids

Five braids can be manipulated in a variety of ways, such as braid styling inside a braid. Crazy, we know, but we can certainly do it! A bubblegum-pink hue makes this a feminine and playful look for a more impressive theme.

We know the braid can be intimidating, but that doesn’t mean you’re not supposed to try it. You’ll love the versatility that comes with it once you’ve mastered the basic steps – using five hair strands instead of the basic three. All Super-Flattering Braids for Curly Hair of Different Styles Trendy Ways to Wear Braids with Shaved Sides Triangle Braids Take Your Box Braids to Next Stage A Tall Cool Lemonade Braids Glass! Quick Loose French Braid Hair Beautiful Fulani Braids for Women of All Ages Stay Connected Hair Cuts and Styles Get inspiration from the hair style. The Right Hairstyles © Copyright 2019 Menu HomeColorHighlights