Creating a French braid may seem daunting, but with practice, it's simple. Brush your hair back and use a smoothing crème if needed.
Spice up traditional braids with the pull-through technique. Create separate ponytails and pull the bottom through the top. Use a straightening spray for a sleek finish.
The fishtail braid looks intricate but is easy to achieve. Secure hair in a low ponytail, then weave four sections as you would with three. Use a touch-up crème to tame flyaways.
The Dutch braid is a reverse French plait that sits on top. Brush and separate your hair into three sections, crossing them underneath while braiding. It's a neat and defined style.
This romantic braid works best on voluminous hair. Use a blow drying spray for crown volume and thickening fine hair strands. Protect hair with heat protector spray if using hot rollers.
Achieve a spontaneous, boho look with a messy braid. Ensure your hair is in good condition with a deep conditioner and add texture and volume.
The mermaid braid, or rib cage braid, is enchanting. Create volume with mousse and weave a simple plait down, adding twists from the front. It's perfect for the beach.
Box braids are a summer time-saver, ideal for frizz control. Use deep conditioning treatments before styling and consider adding hair cuffs or extensions for a bold look.
Embrace your inner Greek goddess with a halo braid. It works for all hair types and lengths. Add shine with glossing mist and accessorize with gold leaf accessories.
These edgy-cool braids, sometimes known as "viking hair braids," are versatile. Experiment with modern cornrows or casual loose styles.