Learn how to braid your own hair with our easy beginner’s guide.
What you’ll need
One of the best places to look for beauty inspiration is from the street style set. If you’ve been following the major hairstyle trends strutting on pavements across the globe lately, you’ve probably come across an array of braided hairstyles like the French braid.
If you’re anything like us here at All Things Hair, you’re completely obsessed with this trend! These days, we’re particularly focusing on learning how to French braid. Even though you’ve never learned how to braid your hair before, it’s a great chain for beginners: This plait is easy, classy, has an adorable ’90s feel and most of all, is as stylish as ever. Read on to learn how to do a French braid in a few easy steps:
Tutorial: How to French Braid Your Own Hair
Refresh with a dry shampoo.
Section the hair.
Weave in more hair as you go.
Do this until you reach the nape of your neck.
Swap to a three-strand braid.
Secure the style by tying the ends of your braid with a hairband.
Finish your style.
Styling tip: If you have any stray flyaways, smooth the hair down with your hand after you use the hairspray to lock your strands in place.
And you’re done! You now know exactly how to French braid your own hair. Amp up the look by adding a blinged-out hair accessory or try putting your own twist on this classic braid.