There’s something about braids that just makes women feel badass. Whether they’re in an urban setting or out in the woods, braids are always a popular style choice. But more than just a simple style, braids are a powerful tool for self-expression. In this blog post, we will teach you how to create creative braids that will boost your confidence and help you stand out from the crowd. From simple twists to more complex braid styles, we’ll show you everything you need to know to get started.
What is a creative braid?
A creative braid is a great way to show off your unique style. It’s also a great way to keep your hair out of your face while you’re working or running errands. Here are few easy creative Type of braid hairstyle that you can try: Start by securing the hair at the base of the head with an elastic band. Take two strands of hair and cross them over each other, tucking the ends under the band. Now take the remaining two strands and cross them in the opposite direction, so that they form a “X” shape. Bring the left strand up through the middle of the X, thenpull it tight and repeat onthe right side. Secure with another band around the base ofthe head. Half-up half-down braid: Take three strands of hair from front to back, then cross them in front of your head above your earslide one strand behind your head for support and tie it in a knot at top ofbraid. Repeat on other side. Make sure all knots are tied securely before moving onto next step. Cross newly created loops over old ones, tuckingends underneath as you go until you reach scalp again (you may need to do thismore than once). Hold on to topknot while doing this so it doesn’t come undone when you tug on restof braid later on.(Photo credit: Glamour)
How to do a creative braid
If you love braiding your hair, there are plenty of creative ways to do it that can turn heads. Here are four easy and chic braids you can try: French braid. Start by dividing your hair evenly down the middle. Take the left section and cross it over the top of the right section. Then take the right section and cross it over the top of the left section. Finally, take the remaining hair in your hands and weave it through all three braids. You’ve created a French braid! Ponytail braid. This is a great way to add some extra volume to your hair if you want something bouncy and full-bodied. Start by taking one long strand of hair and making a loop with it. Then make another loop, but this time tuck it behind the first one. Now repeat this process until you’ve gone around your head twice. Braid bun style. Start by dividing your hair into small sections on either side of your head. Take each section and twist them together, forming a small bun at the top of your head (or use an elastic band to keep it in place). Then take each twisted bun and make a new loop, creating a “braid” out of them (you may need to hold onto another piece of hair if it’s thick). Finally, secure these individual “braids” with a rubber band or clip so they don’t fall down in back or sides.