Top Braid Hairstyles for Girls

Best Braided Prom Hairstyles

Best Braided Prom Hairstyles Tired of the same old basic braids? Sometimes as a girl you have to break those outdated styles and take up more fresh and daring ones. Breathe new life into your hair and break the old style with a variety of textures, techniques, trends and a few small twists.

From bohemian to glamorous, braided hairstyles have everything to suit your unique style. Here are five of the most unique braid hairstyles for girls.

Top Braid Hairstyles For Girls

Fringe Braid

In case you are experiencing a greasy bangs day since you’ve woken up, this might be the best solution for the rest of your day. Make the braid from the front section to the sides to get the messy bangs completely out of your way. However, you should shampoo your hair once before that for better effect. It looks terrific on young women and shouldn’t be any different in your case.

Braid With Loose Hair

A braid line made with loose hair and inspired by the Greeks does sound a bit dated. To be more fashionable, forget a tight braid and open up your mind. Start with dry hair and use a texture product of your choice to the hair that is loose. Then use a comb to make a deep side parting.

Braid With Loose Hair

Collect a good amount of hair from the same part of your hairline. Make a braid towards the opposite end, and loosely hold it with a pin below your ear. Let the braid slip down your forehead just a little. You want that hairstyle to look a little messy.

Bad girl braid

These are not your sweet and every day braids from when you were in school. These are meant for daring girls who like their hair to be sensual. Divide dry strands into three equal sections, ranging from hairline to the nape. Leave some hair loose in the front. It should be long enough to cover your eye. Make a French braid on each of the three sections of hair as tightly as you can, following the natural shape of your skull.

Bohemian Braid

With this one, you enter the hippie chic style with these bohemian braids. Start with freshly washed braids and dry them with a round brush. Then use a comb to create a central parting. Gather a section of one inch of hair from each side of the line, taking it up to two inches behind the hairline.

Bohemian Braid

Hold these sections. Comb the rest of your hair, fold the ends and hold them at the back of the neck. Make a tight braid downwards, fixing the ends to the base of your bun. Make a circle around your bun like a crown.


Fierce Fishtail Braid

The fishtail braids look intricate and are glamorous and bold at the same time. They are also really easy to make. To get this look, use a shine spray to dry your hair and use a comb to create a deeper stripe. Start with two sections of hair. Then pick up a thin strand from the outside of the left section and cross it over the right. Then pick up a thin strand of the outside of the right section and pull it above the left.

Continue alternating forward and backward until you reach the ends and hold it together with a band. You may release a few strands to have an attractive effect.Braids are perfect for any season and they look fantastic on women if made properly. If your hair is long enough, go for it.