Different Types of Braids That You Will Love in This Season
Braids generally elevate your over-all look and here is a list of styles that you can try for this season. For more styles, you can visit https://thecuddl.com/dutch-braids-hairstyle-ideas/.
- Circular up-do: This style is suitable for dressy occasions like weddings and proms. For this look, you’ll have to plait a simple Dutch braid, wrap and pin it in a circle around your head.
- For very long hair: For this style, the braid begins from the top of your head and continues until the end of your hair; this will go well with dressy, as well as, casual outfits. You can highlight your hair or tie it tightly to elevate the look even more.
- Messy Double Dutch: for this look, follow the following steps.
- Plait two thick braids till the nape of your neck; let this be as loose as possible.
- Tie the free ends with rubber bands.
Note: You can curl the lower hair to elevate the look even more. Also, try keeping the braids a bit messy to make it appear voluminous
- Braid and bun: For this look tie one, or two, braids on the top or at the side of your head; let it be a bit lose and leave the lower hair free. Collect the hair and tie a bun by the nape of your neck; this will help you gain a sophisticated and natural look. You can highlight your hair to make the hairstyle seem sleeker.
- Braid and Fishtail: You can follow the following steps to get this look.
- Tie thick braids on either side of your head till the nape of your neck.
- From the nape, join the two braids and plait into a fish-braid tail.
Note: You can straighten your hair to make it more effective.
- Pretty Dutch Braid Crown: In addition to the thick Dutch braid from the top of your head to bottom, add a layer of micro-braid in the centre to get this look.
- Double Dutch and low bun: for this style, you’ll have to do the following.
- Tie two thick Dutch braids on both sides of your head; the plait should be till the end with no stray hair left.
- Tie the ends of your hair into a bun by the nape of your neck.
Note: Straighten your hair for a more efficient look.
- Old fashioned style: If you have medium colored hair, or highlighted strands, of hair then this is an excellent choice; the double Dutch braids start from behind your head & tapers down the back.
- Chunky Asymmetrical Dutch Braid: If you have hair with color variation, then this is a good choice. All you have to do is to plait a Dutch crown on the top of your head from one side to another; it should start with a small size, and gradually the volume should increase. Once it reaches your neck, loosen the braid a bit and plait in the increasing size towards the end. This style is suitable for casual, as well as, dressy events.
You can try the various styles given on https://thecuddl.com/dutch-braids-hairstyle-ideas/ based on numerous factors like an event you are attending, hair colour, hair texture etc.