This is the most basic and widely known braid. It involves dividing the hair into three sections and crossing them over each other.
A French braid involves incorporating small sections of hair into a three-strand braid as you go along, creating a woven effect.
Similar to a French braid, a Dutch braid involves crossing sections under each other, creating a raised, 3D braid.
The fishtail braid looks intricate but is actually quite simple. It involves dividing the hair into two sections and crossing small pieces from one side to the other.
This braid creates a cascading effect by dropping sections of hair as you braid. It's visually stunning and surprisingly easy to achieve.
The rope braid involves twisting two sections of hair in opposite directions and then wrapping them around each other to create a "rope" effect.
These are two Dutch braids that run down either side of the head. They're stylish, practical, and perfect for keeping hair off the face.
This braid creates the illusion of a woven pattern without actually braiding. It involves pulling sections of hair through a series of ponytails.