If you’re bored during self-isolation and looking for new ways to stay entertained, why not try learning how to braid? But before you click away because you already know how to create gorgeous plaits on your own, we can guarantee there’s a new braiding style for you to master.
From fishtail and infinity to Dutch and French, there are so many braids to learn and what better time to learn than now? Ahead, find 11 pretty braid tutorials to try no matter your skill level.
Fishtail braids can be intimidating at first glance, but with a bit of practice, the technique is actually very simple. This beginner-friendly tutorial makes it super easy to follow along.
Have you ever wondered how to get those Pinterest-worthy, oversized braids? This pull-through method is one way to fake it.
Dutch braids will never go out of style and we love that this hairstyle is flattering no matter what your age.
Halo braids give off major boho vibes and will surely get you compliments no matter where you go.
If you’re already a braiding pro, try this infinity braid that looks like a remix of the traditional fishtail.
5-Strand Dutch Braid
This 5-strand braid looks like two dutch braids combined and we can’t stop staring.
If you’re not sure where to start when it comes to braiding, the classic French style is best. It’s easy enough for those who have never braided before and can be useful for a variety of styles.
Reminiscent of Rapunzel, this never-ending rope braid is a great option for days when you need a cute ‘do in five minutes or less.
This braided pigtails style will surely take you out of your WFH rut. It’s so adorable and guaranteed to make you feel dressed up even if you have nowhere to go.
The milkmaid braid is an oldie-but-goodie style that looks good on all hair types and lengths. It also makes it look like you’ve spent hours doing your hair when it really only took three minutes.
Braided hairstyles aren’t solely for long hair. This waterfall braid works great for short-lengths too.
xx, The FabFitFun Team