45 Easy French Braid Ideas to Try at Home

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French braid ideas are not new but have gained incredible popularity over the past few years. From celebrities to street stars and everyone in between, women worldwide are practicing this timeless braiding and styling technique once again. Loved by its intricate yet relatively straightforward look, the French braid is an excellent style for any woman, not just for skillful ones.

There are also various styling options and French braids for all tastes and situations. So why not give this trend a try? You can read this article if you have the inspiration you need to get started. There are some of the most fabulous and easiest French braid hairstyles you can try right now.

45 Easy French Braids

The French braid is a timeless classic and perfect for many occasions. French braids complete any outfit, from chic parties and weddings to lazy days in the city. All you have to do is master some twisting skills and then get a little creative.

Double French Braid

Double French Braids

What could be better than a French braid? The double French braid might be what you wore when you started school, but don’t rule it out as a must-try today. Cute style is perfect for casual fashion now. Carefully separate the dividers when creating this shape.

French Braid Pigtails

French Braid Pigtails

If you want cute and youthful French braid ideas, you must consider a sparkling French braid. To create a shape, first, create an intermediary. Then you should re-knitted both sides of the French braid to the nape of the neck. Circle two heads instead of the rest of the braid. The result is a perfect combination of fun and stylish design for weekend outings, concerts, and more.

Fishtail French Braid

Fishtail French Braid

The French fishtail braid is an excellent combination of two braid styles in one. To style, start with a decisive French braid from the top of your head. To do this, split a piece of hair into two sides. Then finish it off with a general fishtail braid.

French Braid Bun

French Braid Bun

Whether attending a special occasion or just wanting to dress up, French braid bun hair is a great hairstyle option. It has a refined and sophisticated look that combines bun and braids. Of course, there are countless ways to combine these two iconic hairstyles into one. For a modern look, try the French braid behind your head. Then tie your hair with a clasp over it.

Side French Braid

Side French Braid

If you are new to the world of a French braid, you may want to start with a simple hairstyle, like a French side braid. Everything seems to be unbelievable, and this style is also straightforward to create. In addition to using less hair, it is easier to see what you do on the side of your head and not on the back.

French Braid Ponytail

French Braid

Another simple difference from the standard French braid is to combine it with a ponytail. This intelligent style is ideal for work and can be created quickly in the morning. To change this look, you can also play with the thickness of your braids and the height of your ponytail.

Half Up Half Down French Braid

The braid hairstyle and half-up, half-down are cute and fashionable. So when combined with your hair with these, you can achieve the look you want. Alternatively, you can tie the braid to a ponytail, wrap it around the base, and secure it with a bobby pin to make a nice knot at the top.

French Braid for Short Hair

Don’t think you have to lose this beautiful hair trend simply because your hair is short. French braids can work for most hair lengths, including the shoulders. However, you may need to be wise about the kind of French braid you chooses.

French Braid with Bangs

If braiding the hair back is not particularly suitable for the shape of the face, you can choose the bangs. The side bangs are exceptionally stylish and help soften the overall look. It also attracts the attention of the cheekbones, forehead, and chin. In addition, the bangs go well with the braid, especially the French braids.

Easy Side French Braid

Who said you should braid your hair? The side braid is easy, even in a French style. A little extreme helps, but it all depends on the look you want. This is one of the easiest French braids for long and medium hair.

Milkmaid French Braids

Name them anything you like, like milkmaid headband, braided headband, crown, etc. But all the names give the same cute result. This is great for second-day hair, where you’ll get a flashy wave as you loosen up wrinkles.

Crowned in Braids

When you wake up in the morning, you may feel a little dignified. Tiaras made with braids look great with or without ponytails. Perfect for Monday headdresses, the ultimate in bohemian chic, yet stylish enough for the office and comfortable enough for busy mornings.

Vintage-Inspired French Braids

This style has a very vintage feel. There’s something about it that reminds me of winning in the 30s and 0s, which isn’t bad. The lateral hair tips start as close to the roots as possible in a high position and twist slightly when mated with buns to give it some extra structure.

Boho Style French Braid

If you want a slightly sharper characteristic bohemian look, you only need wavy hair. It definitely looks good in volume. Don’t waste any time trying this hair! Because this hairstyle will suit you very well.

Loose French Braid

If you don’t read a flashy event, you can always team it up with a relaxed and comfortable French braid. This means you don’t have to worry too much about holding the braid firmly. Let it be comfortable, and your natural style will feel powerful.

Four-Strand French Braid

In a sense, this stunning style is the queen of all braids. This style of knitting is classic. Start at the top of your head, start at the back, and continue to combine curls along the sides of your head until you reach the edge. For this more complex hairstyle, it is advisable to choose tighter braids so that the work does not remain unfinished.

Sophisticated Braided Rosettes

All you need to do is start a regular braid in the upper middle part of your head. The important materials are: Once you’ve finished knitting all the strands, you should braid three loose curls on each side of the braid. Draw each of these remaining strands onto a regular braid and wrap them in a spiral shape, as this pattern indicates. Secure it with bobby pins, and that’s it.

Classic French Braid

Classic French Braid
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The French braid is an absolute classic and goes well with any hair texture or color. This style is especially suitable for long and medium hair. At this point, let’s assume you’re familiar with the exercise. All you need to do to get such a hairstyle is to start knitting your hair into three sections. Don’t forget to add curls from the sides of your head to your mix.

Braided Side Bun Hair

This is another style perfect for barbecues and intimate occasions, but also for business and corporate meetings. As is often the case with French braids, work upward. Finally, secure everything with a transparent elastic and twist the rest of the hair in a spiral bun. Secure this bun under the ears with a few clips. If you want a more dramatic look, you can also style this bun in a more intricate way and add some extensions to your mix.

Classy Loose French Braid

To braid your hair in this style, pull your hair back and start with the center point on the top. Divide your hair into three parts and start braiding. For each diagonal part, add a small section of hair to the side. As you lower the length of your hair, feel free to combine it with an elastic. After curling both sides, feel free to knit the rest into your normal style.

Side French Braid to Four Strand Braid

The first step is to start knitting from the top down. A line parallel to the contour of the face, running from top to bottom from ears to nape. At this point, don’t forget to leave the strand on the outside of the braid. After knitting a little underneath, secure the tail with an elastic band. Create a thin braid with the omitted strands. Finally, secure with a rubber band and loosen the four-part braid with your fingers.

Laid-Back French Braid Hair

This style works well with medium length and slightly wavy locks, and you can always add extensions to create that ultra-dramatic feel. If you are still struggling to learn how to French braid hair, you will find that this hairstyle is not complicated at all. However, a small amount of serum is needed before you can start keeping everything in place.

French Braid Twist Hairstyle

French Braid Twist Hairstyle

This flashy braid doesn’t actually twist into the braid. Hairpins have the final effect. This is a perfect curly hairstyle and can be used well as a wedding hairstyle. This freestyle hairstyle doesn’t have a lot of strict guidelines. Start by pinning the hair to the crown. This is the focal point of the hairstyle, alternating side twists. At the nape of the neck, you need to wrap the remaining two sections of hair together and secure everything with a headband.

Easy French Braid

This hairstyle is basically a French cross braid that uses the entire hair and goes from the top of the head to the back and down. Dye your hair in a trendy ombre style, and it will look great!

Elegant Side Braid Bun

This is another gorgeous and complex French braid that goes well with long hair. Divide the curl horizontally and start knitting from the top of the head to the nape of the neck. This will add a nice curve to your braid. Once all the side curls have been braided, continue to work the rest of the hair in the usual way, don’t forget to include the left side as well.

Big French Braid

Disney-inspired Snow Queen French braid is harder to make than originally imagined. You can choose to add hair extensions to get all the volume and length you need. To achieve this style, the back of the head needs to be knitted but not too low. Braids tend to be heavy to wear. When you get to the nape of the neck, fix the extension and continue knitting to the end, including the extension. Braid the rest of the hair to the end, and loosen the edges.

Running French Braid

This popular braid combines a regular French braid that crosses the center of the head and connects a pony with three small braids. All four are nested in a whole. Start by braiding the hair on the top of your head. It only works if you don’t leave your bangs on. Knit in half, then pull all the hair into a high ponytail.

Simple Side French Braid

This simple braid works well with almost any face shape and hairstyle but is especially suitable for women with rectangular or oval faces and wavy hair. Another great thing about this style is that it keeps the hair from covering the forehead. Once started, it helps a lot in adding volume to flat hair.

Waterfall Braid Half Updo Hairstyles

French braids are great for achieving a laid-back, sophisticated look, and this half-updated offers that appeal. The beauty of this style is that it’s easy to use and hard to confuse. Great for second-day hair and wrinkled waves. For a great look, pin some hairpins on your head. Loosen a few strands before faceting. Work the sides and connect them with a clip.

Twist-Around Lace Braid

Start by breaking up profoundly and throwing your hair to one side. Work along the hairline to the top of your head. After knitting to the back of the head, knit evenly, wrap long hair loosely, and secure the bottom with a rubber band. The result is a snake-shaped braid that holds all the hair in place. Great and classy classic look, basically updated the side ponytail!

Elegant Updo with French Braid

Elegant Updo with French Braid

There are many ways to braid your hair. If you don’t know how to make a French braid, don’t worry, the basics are so simple. Divide your hair into two sections for a trendy everyday look. Weave the right side from the back of the head toward the nape of the neck and bring the left ear. Then do the same on the left side and entangle on the other side so that the two French braids intersect.

Thick Messy Side French Braid 

You can always try this thick braid that works with deep side sections. First, you part your hair to one side, then start braiding at the curtain bangs, pulling down and tucking the curls in the process. Pull the braid close to your cheeks to make your face more beautiful. If you like the sexy mermaid look, gently run your fingers through the braid and finally let go.

French Braid with Pigtails

French Braid with Pigtails

They’re a whole new level of pigtails. To get this type of length, you may need to try knitting with the weft, or you can make it to your length. Whatever you do, make sure the French braid mimics the texture shown here.

Middle Head Double French Braids

This hairstyle is suitable for casual college days and runs. Two braids hang down from the center of each half of the head. Mystery braids are trendy now, but the rose gold hair color sets them apart from other hairstyles.

French Plait Ponytail

Another proof that the classic French braid isn’t a makeover (meant for puns) is that this simple, completely stylish, and updated hairstyle is the epitome of a relaxed sparkle on every occasion in the summer. It’s perfect.

Little French Braid

This cute look features the model’s hair pulled up to the top of her head. In the part that is pulled back, the hair is braided into a short French braid. This helps keep the model’s long hair straight and adds a fun touch to her look. It’s a sophisticated look, perfect for spending the day at work.

Romantic Loose French Braid

This hairstyle is a loose French braid with a slight swirl on one side. This look requires careful planning to get it right, otherwise your hair will come off very easily. Loose braids look dreamy and romantic. Try this look for a summer night out.

Cute French Braid

Only the beginning of the model’s hair have been pulled back into cute braids. Then loosely tie the ends of the hair to the loose ponytail on the back of the head. A simple beach look that can be put together in minutes. Suitable for everyone with long hair, both curly and straight.

French Braid Cornrows

Traditionally, the French braid is flat against the head, perfectly incorporating all the hair into the folds. If you’re knitting low, the braid will be lifted, but still maintain a neat and clean look. Adding side braids gives this hairstyle a bit more edge and interest, but it follows the same principles as the classic French braid.

Double Bun French Braid

This cute hairstyle plays with the bun trend and is hollowed out in the middle. Both sides are woven from the nape. The hair is wrapped in two lovely French braids on top. It looks fun for girls with caramel hair, but it will suit everyone.

Cool French Braid

Cool French Braid

Combined with this look, nothing is easier. All you have to do is comb your hair from your nape and knit it in the middle. Then pull on the high ponytail to brush. Make sure the ponytail is as smooth as possible. This youthful look is perfect for schools, proms and parties.

Unique French Braid

Hair ideas like these are suitable for almost any length of hair. It can be removed as long as the upper part can be pulled back. The braids on both sides are woven together in a basket-like structure. The effect is like a flashy hairpin, but it’s made with your own hair. This sophisticated hairstyle is very suitable for straight hair.

French Braid on a Casual Day

This hairstyle is pretty easy to do! All you have to do is take a strand of hair from both sides of your hair. Then braid them separately as a french braid. That’s it! You are now ready to go out.

French Braid for Beachy Look

This is one of those cute and easy hairstyles that you can do in minutes. Classic French braid, this is done along the middle section. This style is suitable for beach hair that is soaked in salt water all day and looks great every day. Try with large sunglasses.

Two Buns with French Braid

These two French braids have a clean top and a wild bottom. The French braid begins at the forehead of the model and expands on its return. The braid is then pulled into two full buns. The braid above look great!

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