About Braid Hairstyles
Braiding or Braid Hairstyles offer many opportunities for creative styling and can complement all kinds of different occasions: ever practical, they look great even after long workdays, sports, or stormy weather.
We at IGOR’s can provide you with a perfect Braided Hairstyle. Have a look below for more information.
How to braid hair into different styles?
Hairstyles with braids are a creative choice for all occasions, from work to festivals. With their mixture of playful charm and romanticism, braids have been an attractive and favored look for women for centuries. Even better, they are the perfect base onto which you can build amazing effects. As elaborate as some hair braiding styles may appear, the basic technique is quite simple and easy to master.
Below we offer basic instructions on how to achieve some of the most popular looks. Come to us to get a perfect Braided Hairstyle, but have a look below to try these braid styles on your own.
French braid hairstyles
Gather all your hair except the lower portion as if you wanted to create a half up half down hairstyle. Divide the gathered hair into three equally thick strands and start braiding these strands close to your scalp. Once you have braided your hair about one quarter down the back of your head, begin incorporating the still loose hanging hair into the sections of the braid. Continue till you reach your neckline, and all of the loose hairs have been woven into the braid. From here, continue to form a simple braid until the hair’s end and secure.
Fishtail Braid hairstyles
The fishtail braid is an intricate kind of braid pattern that offers impeccable results. To do this style, gather your hair into a low ponytail and divide it into two equal parts. Separate a half-inch full strand of hair on the outside of one of the strands. Now pull this small outer strand over the remaining strand on the same side and combine it with the opposite strand. Then do the same with the strand to which you have just added the smaller strand of hair from the opposite side. Keep repeating this technique until you run out of hair. This braid style requires you maintaining the right amount of tension on both sides as you wrap the hair strands over each other for the outcome to be smooth.
Tools you’ll need to help create hairstyles with braids
Before getting started with even the simplest of braided hairstyles, you might well benefit from taking a few steps to ensure your hair is primed. What’s more, once your hair is braided, it’s essential to make sure you have the right clips on hand to fasten it, so you don’t lose all your hard work! The following checklist should help make sure you always have what you need:
- Wide-toothed comb
- Bobby pins
- Hair clips
- Hair ties or a scrunchy
- Detangler spray