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111 Snapshot Inspirations: Must-Try Braided Hair Creations for Your Next Look

111 Snapshot Inspirations: Must-Try Braided Hair Creations for Your Next Look
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Braids are a versatile hairstyle that never go out of fashion. They can be adapted to suit any hair length, texture, or occasion. Here’s a list of trendy braided hairstyles to inspire your next hairdo:

  1. Box Braids: This timeless style involves sectioning the hair into square or rectangular parts and then braiding each section. They’re protective and can be adorned with beads or cuffs for added flair.
  2. Dutch Braids: Also known as “inverse French braids”, these braids pop out, giving a 3D effect. You can do a single Dutch braid down the back or two on either side of your head.
  3. Fishtail Braids: This intricate-looking braid is created by splitting the hair into two sections and taking small pieces from each side to add to the other.
  4. Crown Braid: This style involves creating a braid that wraps around the head, resembling a crown. Perfect for a romantic or bohemian look.
  5. Lemonade Braids: Popularized by Beyoncé, these are side-swept cornrow braids that cascade down one side of the head.
  6. Waterfall Braids: A twist on the French braid where sections of the hair are left out, creating a “waterfall” effect.
  7. Bubble Braids: Secure your hair into a ponytail and add multiple hair ties down its length, tugging a bit at each section to create “bubbles”.
  8. Feed-in Braids: These cornrows start with your natural hair and gradually incorporate hair extensions, making the braid thicker as it descends.
  9. Triangle Braids: Similar to box braids, but the sections are triangular. It’s a fresh twist on a classic style.
  10. Halo Braid: This is a thick, Dutch-inspired braid that sits flat against the crown of your head, encircling it like a halo.
  11. Mohawk Braid: The center of the hair is braided (or multiple braids are made) while the sides are left loose or slicked down, creating a “mohawk” effect.
  12. Snake Braids: These are winding braids that zigzag across the scalp, resembling the shape of a snake.
  13. Braid and Bun: Combine the elegance of a bun with the intricacy of a braid. You can braid the sides and gather the hair into a bun or make a braided ponytail and then twist it into a bun.
  14. Braided Bangs: Instead of letting your bangs hang loose, braid them to the side or back. It’s a stylish way to keep them out of your face.
  15. Braided Chignon: This low bun at the nape of the neck incorporates braids for added texture and interest.

Styling Tips:

  • Prep Your Hair: Braids hold better on hair that’s not super clean. If your hair is freshly washed, consider using a texturizing spray or mousse for grip.
  • Secure Ends: Use clear elastics or hair-colored bands to secure the ends for a seamless look.
  • Accessorize: Elevate your braided look with hair rings, beads, ribbons, or flowers.
  • Protect: If you’re wearing long-term braided styles like box braids or cornrows, ensure you’re moisturizing your scalp and protecting your hair at night with a silk or satin scarf.

Braids can be elegant or edgy, simple or intricate. They’re an excellent way to express yourself, protect your hair, and try something new!