3 Braid ‘Dos You Need To Master By Spring
Braids are all the rage and runwayn braid ‘dos are already making appearances on the red carpet. If you want to change something in your hair routine but still be able to to do it under 10-15 minutes here are a few trendy hairstyles you need to learn to do before Spring hits.
J. Mendel’s French Braid ‘Do
J.Mendel show hair was elegant and a bit unexpected. A voluminous French braid tucked under itself at the nape of models’ necks made for a cool relaxed look that could also be made formal with clothes and makeup. This is also a great casual chic hairstyle for office workers who like all things fashion.
Alice+Olivia’s Teased Ponytal With A Braid
Alice+Olivia hair made us immediately fall back in love with a ponytail again. A messy teased mid-rise ponytail decorated with a simple side braid is a spring summer special we’d want to see on a festival crowd. Easy and stylish.
Herve Leger’s Fresh Twist On Crown Braid
Herve Leger hair was so good Maria Menounous decided to sport it to the Golden Globes. The ‘do takes a fresh approach to a crown/waterfall braid. Braided at the hair line the braid offers a clean modern look while a few loose strands add a bit of mischief to it. The hairstyle is completed with a very trendy low rise ponytail.
Giles Spring 2016
Three other braided ‘dos you probably already know how to create are 2015′s very own Dutch braids as seen at Gile Spring 2016 that end at the nape of the neck (many ‘dos have to do with it this season) with a tail and accessorized with a few sweaty loose strands; Celine’s sweaty braided ponytails (which were also spotted at Proenza Schouler’s show), and laxy milkmaid braids at Lauren Conrad.
Celine Spring 2016
Lauren Conrad Spring 2016
- milkmaid braid spring 2016
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