Whether you have to go to the office, to a special event or shopping for the super, these braids with loose hair will complement (and beautify) your look to perfection.
These are the classic braids that are joined at the back, but instead of being totally loose, the length is intertwined like a fish braid. We love it because the rest of the hair only needs to be brushed, so it is a perfect hairstyle for those who do not want to mistreat their hair with heat tools.
It involves making three French braids on one side (with a fine thickness), combing the ends in the shape of a bun or a rose. Here we leave you the easiest way to make flower-shaped braids without dying trying!
Its name says it all: It is a braid that simulates a crown on the head, as it surrounds a part of it. To make it look impressive, we give you two tips: curl the ends of the hair that is loose and try to undo the braid a bit so that it does not look like a ‘too forced’ hairstyle.
Straight Waterfall Braid
The classic waterfall braids loosen delicate strands from root to tip with a diagonal fall and this style is something similar, only that each fraction descends in a straight line. Do you like it? Give it a try if you’re super straight or wavy!
Braid With Half A Train
All you have to do is comb a braid on one side, pin it together with the middle of your hair, and add some volume to the top of the head. That’s it! If you want you can also cross some other strands from side to side to make your hairstyle look more produced.
Side Loose Braid
Ok, for those who are looking braids with loose hair sooo simple option it is to comb a single braid cascading back And voila! Leave some strands in front to define your face and you will have ready a romantic, flattering hairstyle that takes years off you.
And finally, we come to the last braid, which is suitable for experts and lovers of new hairstyles. We leave you the inspirational photo so you can practice it little by little, trying to ALWAYS keep the same distance between one strand and another.