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Loving braids? There are a lot of beautiful braid styles and cute hair braiding tutorials from all over the internet, and Pinterest just makes us so much more in love with it! But how do you rock a braid when you do not know how to braid from the first place? Find the best easy step by step tutorials around! Now now, don’t you worry. That is what we are here for. ?? We’ve got all the braid style tutorials lined up for you whether you are a novice, skilled or an expert or whether you have short, long, thick or thin hair.
Well to be a mermaid you need to have a tail, right? This hairstyle is just beautiful and can be dressy or casual. To get this hairstyle all you have to do is make two individual braids on either side of your head. If you are not good in braiding or you have too much layers, then do not worry as there is no need to be make a neat looking braid. After this, tie both of the braid together at the end and you are done.
Use hairspray to manage those flyaways.I normally wear my hair down and loose, but when it’s a little dirty or I feel like I need to pull it back, I always put it in a braid. Braids are so cute and chic, and there are so many different options. Their easy vibe and practicality make them a hair technique every girl should know. There’s more to a braid than you think, though. Sure, you could just do a simple, classic braid, and leave it alone. Or you could try these tips and tricks to instantly make the hairstyle look better and more fun. Here are 18 braid hacks, tips and tricks every girl needs to know.
Pancaking is a technique you can use when learning how to braid hair to make it thicker and fuller. After braiding your hair, simply use your thumb and index finger to gently tug and pull each weave to thicken its appearance.mess it up slightly by gently brushing over the top of it with a clean toothbrush. The b
ristles will help to create a cool, effortless, messy look.
The middle section should be thicker than the two on either side. After braiding each section, take the middle braid and turn the braid into a bun. After that, all you have to do is tuck these two braids on either side in the bun. Just remember that one braid should be tucked from above whereas the other one should be tucked from below.After that, pick a little bit of hair from the curved part and start reverse French braid from the crown. After reaching the ear, take in more hair into the braid until you reach the nape of your neck. Repeat on the other side and then join both the braids into a ponytail or a bun.
Then, depending on the braid hairstyle you choose, you may need some product (gel, mousse, hairspray, etc.). For example, in the loop braid you’ll see below, my hair had to be slightly damp and I also used mousse to help keep it smooth. Some braids will call for hairspray while some just a spray shine, but often the products depend on your type of hair. If your hair is very soft and sleek you might have to use hairspray to keep it in place.
Some of these are for short hair, some are better for medium length, shoulder length hair and long hair because there is more to work with. Whether you are looking for the triple braided bun, the fishtail, a Dutch braid, French braid, or simple ideas for updo’s or half ups with braids, we have you covered. If you like updo’s or half up half downs, give the halo braid a try because it is a classy look you can use at almost any event and look stylish.
Our Pinterest feed is full of gorgeous braids, but the one look we wanted to learn was the waterfall braid. This romantic braid has a whimsical feel with draping pieces that make it appear to be more challenging than it really is. Stylist Olivia Halpin of DreamDry showed us how to do a simple waterfall twist that we promise you can easily pick up at home. The best part is that it's a braid made for leaving your hair down, so you can show off your long locks