Personalising and playing with their hairs is a hobby some women pursue with great enthusiasm and care. They don’t want to under-do their hair, nor do over-do them. The French braid hairstyles can sometimes add a fun accent to their personality and let’s face it; the French braids will always be relevant.
The confusion doesn’t arise when you ask yourself the question of how to French braid. It is significantly easier when you come to do on someone else’s hair. The real confusion is when you ask yourself the question of how to French braid your hair.
There are a few ways you can get the most out of your French braid while spending less.
FRENCH BRAID BUN:
The French braid bun divides your hair into top half and bottom half. Hair from your temples to the back of your hair comprises the top half, and they are interweaved and then clipped at the back. Next, the remaining bottom part of the hair is braided into regular three strand braid and rounded in a bun. These are then secured using a bobby pin. In the end, the double braids are wrapped and secured around the first bun and clipped into place. This sophisticated French braid works pretty well with both casual and formal wear.
This braiding involves creating a centre part and braiding the hair from its right side to the temple. After that, hold the three strands and continue to French braid. Next step is very important. It is letting the outermost section of the braid you are to crossover with, drop. This step creates a falling waterfall effect.
Spiral braid involves collecting all the hair at the crown and French braid the hair in a circular motion in a counterclockwise direction. This starts across the front of your hairline, continued down the left side of your head and around the nape of your neck. The ending point is the right side of your head and end of your hair is then tucked into the braid to hide it.
FISHTAIL FLOWER BRAID:
This also includes creating two fishtail braids around a centre part. The hair is then circled into a bun and secured by a bobby pin. The last step includes taking the hair underneath the bun and starts fishtail braiding till it reaches the end and then it is secured using an elastic band or a pony. This beautiful French braid will add a fun factor to your personality.
LOBSTER TAIL BRAID:
The lobster tail braid includes braiding a section of hair from the nape of your neck and leaving the rest of your hair on your other shoulder. The remaining hairs are then wrapped under and over the braid to create a coiled effect till it reaches the hair tie. The tucking of the wrapped hair into an elastic or a ponytail is the last step, and it leaves you with a style you would want to have over and over again.