New Braiding Hair styles

Hair styles have always been an important part of a woman’s personal style. Whether your hair is long, short or somewhere in between, the different hair styles you choose are a terrific way to reflect the fun, or even more serious side of your personality. Braids and hair extensions are perfect for doing just that.

Let’s start with new braiding hair styles. Although many people think of braids as a single strand hanging down the middle of the back, that is just one of many different looks that can be accomplished with braids. Yes, the three-strand braid is the most popular, but newer more inventive braids are popping up everywhere and on everyone.

Multiple strand braids are growing in popularity. These braids can hang down the back, as the more traditional braid does, or can be coiled around the head in a variety of different ways. To be successful at this look, though, you must be well versed in the three-strand technique.

Another variation of the braid is the twist and cross. Although this is a more complex braid to accomplish, it can be done and with practice you will just get better and better. Weaving is also another braided look that is stylish and fun.

One way of turning your more traditional braid into a work of personal expression is by adding things to it. Beads, ribbons, and even leather can be braided into the hair for a look that is fun and exciting.

Whatever the braiding style you choose, one thing is always constant. Braids of any kind are an attractive and fun way of expressing your personal style.

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