Braids are really in now and there are plenty of braiding and braiding techniques to inspire you. Some will keep your hair clean, while others will turn it into a work of art. If you don’t have time for creative braid hairstyles to spare – don’t worry. You can create countless trendy styles in no time, even with a simple loose French braid!

Loose French Braid Video Tutorial

This is a simple tutorial where I’m going to explain and show you how to create a loose French braid on yourself – but if you want to do it on someone else, the steps will be the same. A loose French braid works on any length of hair and looks amazing even on short locks! Now you know how to braid your own hair in French, so let’s move to the creative hairstyles I’ve prepared for readers of The Right Hairstyles with simple french braids! Continue to read!

Based on a loose French braid, how to build hairstyles?

Use these ideas as they are quick and stylish! Even if you’re not good at braiding your own hair, I promise to make these styles your favorites!

Diagonal French braid

A ïrst easy variation would be to start the braid on one side and move the diagonal French braid to the opposite angle of the head.

Diagonal French braid

Loose Side French braid

The look can be spiced by pushing the French braid to the side of the head. Continue braiding as with a regular French braid, but start taking the hair from the top of one side and continue to braid it down while adding both sides of the hair.

Loose Side French Braid

Low Side French Braid

Another way to end the braid on one side would be to braid behind one of the ears and go all the way down the braid to the opposite side of the head. This results in a low braid that covers the head’s nape and then lays down on your back. Really easy fashion that can also be really elegant!

Low Side French Braid

Double Loose French Braids

Using a French side braid, you can split your hair in the middle and use two braids instead of one to get these French piggy braids.

Double Loose French Braids

French Braids in Braided Buns

Take your French braids and turn them into two braided buns that you can carry with elastic or bobby pins in place. Then you’ll have this cute style – perfect for warm days so you won’t have any hair on your neck!

French Braids in Braided Buns

French Braids in Pigtails

Another option is to stop braiding at the base of your head and tie both elastic braids leaving the rest of your hair as a pair of simple pigtails. You can also cover the elastics with small hair loops and use a bobby pin topsy tail or a new elastic to hold each strand in place. Even with a simple French braid you can do that!

Pigtails French braids

Mohawk French Braid

Another way to do something unique with a basic French braid is to split the top of your head, taking only the hair from the middle and then braiding the rest, but continuing to add more hair once you hit your head’s crown. It creates a really nice effect and is the perfect basis for many edgy styles as you can make it messy and bigger depending on the look you want!

Mohawk French Braid

Mohawk French Braid Ponytail

The French Mohawk braid is the perfect basis for a ponytail style. You just need to put all your hair in a ponytail (high or low – that’s up to you) after doing the mohawk braid and include the braid in the ponytail. You might even leave the braid for another style so it’s going to fall next to it, you decide!

Mohawk French Braid Ponytail

French Braid Pull Back

Another super easy hairstyle could be achieved with French braiding from the front of your head as you would with a headband. Simply braid the top and only braid the upper part on one side. Play the rest and hide the end of the plait on the opposite side below the hair on the back of the head.

French Braid Pull Back

French Pull Back to Pony Tail

This> ponytail!

French Pull Back to Pony Tail

Side French Cornrow

If you’re looking for something more edgier but still easy and fast to build try to braid the hair on the back side of the head and finish it when you’re done with the le cornrow

Upside down French Braid into a Bun

You can twist it into a lovely bun for a different style instead of leaving the hair in a ponytail! Or try some form of bun!

Upside Down French Braid into a Bun These styles look great with long hair but most of them look great on short hair too! We hope you’ve been inspired by these loose chic French braid styles and later play with them! Follow FraN’s braiding on Instagram for more unique and beautiful braids and check out her channel on YouTube! Related posts Elegant French Braid Hair Cute Upside-Down French Braid Concepts Two French Braid Hair Amazing French Braid Ponytails How to make a Half-Up French Braid Crown in Easy Steps Simple Braiding Techniques to take your hair to the Next Level Hair Cuts and Patterns Stay Connected Get hair style inspiration. Regardless of your hair type, we will help you find the best hairstyles The Best Hairstyles © Copyright 2019 Menu HomeColorBrown

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