- 20 Incredibly Cute & Easy Braids To Try For Curly Hair
- Milkmaid Braid
- Headband Braid
- Classic French Braid
- French Braid Bun
- Fishtail Pigtails
- Reverse Pigtails
- Curly Hair Half Braided Pigtails
- Two In One Braids
- Deep Part Accent Braid
- Braided Bun Wrap
- Fishtail At The End Of Ponytail
- Curly Hair Waterfall Braid
- Another Headband Braid
- Curly Hair Ponytail Braid
- The Half-up Bun Braid
- Under Braid
- Corset French Braid
- Multi-strand Braid
- Cinnamon Roll Braid
- Braided Updo
20 Incredibly Cute & Easy Braids To Try For Curly Hair
Classic French Braid
French Braid Bun
This bun is an easy transition to French braid for an instant updo. As done above, make your French braid right from the top. Secure the end with an elastic band. Now spin this braid into a quick bun. Secure the bun with U-pins and bobby pins. Keep it flawless by using pins that match your hair color. You can also add some decorative accessories for making the updo party ready.
Curly Hair Half Braided Pigtails
If you are feeling a little playful today, flaunt your curls a little. Mid-part your hair and brush down your curls till your ears. Braid your hair each sides starting from the top and stop right under your ears. Take an elastic band and tie off your braids right there. You have half-braided pigtails with your voluminous curls ready to make you look like a happy-go-lucky girl. Get all the attention in the world.
Two In One Braids
When you look at this braid, it looks intricate and complicated. But in reality, this is one of the most beautiful braid styles that is very easy to make. Mid-part your hair and start braiding on each side. Start from the top and braid till the nape. At your neck, braid these braids into one fishtail braid. Secure the end with a band. Your curly hair will give this braid some much-needed volume, and you can also use some beautiful accessory to make this hairstyle stand out.
Deep Part Accent Braid
This braid is just for styling your curly hair a little. It will not keep the curls away from your face. Side part your hair and brush your curls well. From the side with lesser hair, brush a 1-inch section and braid it down all the way to the other side. Make sure the braid is tight. Secure the braid with bobby pins on the other side and flaunt your beautiful curls with pride.
Braided Bun Wrap
Comb your curls well and make a ponytail. Leave a section of hair and wrap the rest in a bun. Secure your bun with bobby pins and U-pins. Now, braid that section you left from the bun and braid it tightly. Warp this braid at the base of your bun to finish the look. And don’t forget to secure the braid. You can also use some gem studded pins to decorate this braid; it will make your updo look more elegant and party ready.
Fishtail At The End Of Ponytail
Ponytails are easy, and curly hair ponytails carry a lot of volume. Warp a section of your hair around the elastic band of your ponytail. Brush your ponytail thoroughly and halfway down, start braiding a fishtail. It will be a little difficult, but worth the look. Secure the end of your fishtail with an elastic band and you are done.
Curly Hair Waterfall Braid
Waterfall braid has a very intricate look, and in curly hair, it looks especially complicated. Brush your curly hair well and apply some smoothing serum. Part your hair as you usually would. Take a section of hair at the top of your head on one side, preferably, close to the parting. French braid it three times.
After you have braided the left section, drop the right one. Let it fall on the side of your head. Pick up a new piece where you dropped the old one and also on the left section. Braid three sections again and repeat the steps. Once you have crossed the back half of your head, braid it traditionally till the end and secure it with the pin. You can also add some accessories like flowers for a romantic touch.
Another Headband Braid
In the previous headband braid, you could flaunt your curls, but in this one, you can put all your curls in the braid, wrapped around your head. Mid-part your hair and start with the left side.
Take a handful section of hair and separate it into three sections. Dutch braid it and keep adding small sections of your hair as you go. You have to braid this section along your hairline. Tuck and secure the end of your braid at the other side. On the right side, start right where you finished the left braid, making sure its end will be tucked under your right braid. Repeat the process of braiding but you will be braiding this down and across your nape. Tuck its end under the start of the first braid.
And it's done. And remember to Dutch braid both the braids.
Curly Hair Ponytail Braid
This adds a bounce to your voluminous curly ponytail. Do a deep side part and make a dutch braid with a small section on the side with lesser hair. Secure it and gently tug on the braided sections to pancake it.
Now, move to the middle and do a standard french braid just till the middle of your back. Stop when you reach the curve. This will be your mohawk. On the other side, do a two strand twist and secure the end with an elastic band. Gather all your hair together in a ponytail. Your badass hairstyle will look raw with all the curls around.
The Half-up Bun Braid
This is a cute hairstyle best suited for girls with curly hair. Take three small sections at the top of your head. Secure the two other sections away and create a small braid from the remaining one. Angle it towards your back and stop at the curve. Repeat the same with other two sections. Pull these braided sections into half ponytail and make a bun out of them. Secure the bun and the flyaways. Brush your remaining curls and flaunt them.
Another of complicated looking braid updo for curly hair but an easy one to make. Flip your hair upside down. Take two sections on each side, a little closer to the center of your head. Braid them into your usual three section braid. Secure the ends of both the braids with elastic bands. Pull your hair up in a high ponytail. Now make a bun of this ponytail. Secure the bun with a band and bobby pins. Spritz in some holding spray. And, done.
Corset French Braid
For this curly hair braid style start with pulling a Mohawk section together in a low ponytail. Gather the remaining sections and French braid both the sections together until just past the elastic of your ponytail. Bring the loose sections under the ponytail. Secure the ends together with an elastic band and let the loose ends hang like a part of the ponytail. The curls will add a lot of volume and texture to your ponytail.
Split your curly hair into three large sections. Loosely braid all three on them and secure the ends with an elastic band. Take the three braids and braid them together as one. Tug the sections apart gently and pancake them for giving them a little-relaxed look.
Cinnamon Roll Braid
Take a section of your hair in the middle of your back, roll it and secure with the clip. Take a section above one of your ears and Dutch braid it. Work your way around your head and all the way around. Now take the section you had pinned earlier and braid it. Wrap both the braids around your head creating a roll in the back. Secure it with pins.
These are just a few braids style for your curly hair. Try some and rock the occasion.