5 Types Of Intricate Braids You Finally Have The Time To Try

Eesha Kokane , 28 Mar 2020

Intricate Braid

Have you ever looked at someone wearing a cool braided hairstyle and thought to yourself—“I wish I could style my hair like that, but who has the time?”. Well, guess what, you do now! Thanks to the government imposed lockdown, stepping out of the house is not an option. So instead of sitting on the couch and binge-watching Netflix all day long, you can improve your hairstyling skills and learn how to make intricate braids instead. So if that sounds like something you would be interested in, then here are some types of intricate braids you should try:

1. Fishtail Braid

Fishtail braids are like the chic version of regular braids. The texture of the braids is more intricate and complex as compared to the regular three-sectioned braid. However, don’t let the intricacy fool you, they’re really easy to do! Here’s a detailed video explaining how you can do a fishtail braid:

2. French Braid

An all-time classic is the french braid. It’s a feminine and intricate braid that can be worn any and everywhere. You can wear it to the gym, work, school, college etc. That’s why it’s worth learning. Here’s a detailed video that will help you learn how to do a french braid:

3. Waterfall Braid

Even though this braid is a little tricky to do, it’s one of my favourites. The waterfall braid is a modified version of the classic french braid. only the to half of your crown is braided and the rest of your hair is flowing. Here’s a detailed video that will help you learn how to do a waterfall braid:

4. Double Dutch Braids

If you ever need an edgy hairstyle to wear to a festival or a concert, the double dutch braid would be perfect! If you’re up for a challenge and you want to learn something new, then you should definitely learn how to do the double dutch braid. Here’s a detailed video that will help you learn how to do the double dutch braid:

5. Pull-Through Braid

Remember Rapunzel‘s braid from the movie Tangled? This braid reminds me of that one! It looks super elegant and royal. Even though it looks complicated, it’s actually pretty easy to do. Here’s a detailed video that will help you learn how to do the pull-through braid:

Which braid are you excited to try out next? Let me know in the comments below.

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