French braid hairstyles are timeless classics and they’re picture perfect for so many occasions. From classy affairs in the evening and weddings to relaxed days around town, French braids, fishtails, and Dutch braids will accompany and complement your every outfit. All you need to do is to master a few braiding techniques and then get a bit creative.
#23: Thick Messy Side-Braid for Long Hair
Ah, long hair! What’s there not to love about it… well, forget of those annoying times when it gets all in your face, keeping you hot and sweaty. If you need a quick, stylish fix to this issue, you can always try this thick braid that works with a deep side-part. First off, part your hair to one side, then start braiding at the level of your bangs, working your way down and incorporating locks in the process. Keep the braid close to your cheek, so that it frames your face beautifully. If you’d rather go for a sexy siren look, loosen your hair at the end, by gently running your fingers through the parts of the braid.
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