For parties or on the day to day life, braided hairstyles and braids are so beautiful! Sometimes they seem to be tricky to do, some may even be hard to do, but other hairstyles with braids just seem to be difficult to recreate, but they are actually very easy and simple braids to do. Since braided hairstyles are simply beautiful, I picked 50 braided hairstyle to inspire you and several of them have tutorials that will teach you step-by-step on how to make those gorgeous braids and hairstyles.
The braided hairstyles and braids look gorgeous for any occasion, just choose the right hairstyle and the perfect braid for each occasion.
Hairstyles with looser or deconstructed braids, which are super trendy, are beautiful for the day to day life, but nothing prevents them from being used in more informal parties or even for going out at night, like a incredibly pretty braided hairstyle for a dinner or even to go dancing with your girlfriends. The most sophisticated braided hairstyles are ideal as hairstyles for parties and weddings, when you can also wear accessories such as tiaras to complete your look.
When we talk about braids and braided hairstyles, creativity is the limit. There are so many ways to wear them and countless braided hairstyles we can do. If you have a party or you just want to wear something different on your hair for going to work or studying, the braids are definitely an amazing option.
So here are 50 Braided Hairstyles and braids: 25 of them are braided hairstyles for the day and 25 braids are for parties and special nights.
• 25 Braided Hairstyles for day time:
Of the 25 braided hairstyles for the day time, almost half of them are from Amber Fillerup, she has a blog and teaches tutorials of these incredible hairstyles with braids and always creates several beautiful braids, her blog is BareFoot Blonde. The next 11 braided hairstyles are also hers:
To make your braided hairstyle even more beautiful, you can add some accessories.
Get the look:
This hairstyle for day is so easy to do, I filmed a tutorial on how to do it step-by-step (but it’s in portuguese):