What is the easiest braid to do on yourself?
How to braid your own hair, step-by-step
- The classic three-strand braid. If you’re a beginner, this is definitely the place to start.
- The fishtail braid. Delicate and extremely intricate-looking, the fishtail braid looks quite intimidating but it’s actually quite easy.
- The French braid.
- The Dutch braid.
What is the easiest braid?
8 Easy Braids That Take Next to No Time to Do
- 1 The Half-Up Crown Braid. Shaneice Crystal.
- 3 The Classic Dutch Braid. Jasmine Brown.
- 4 The Braided Bangs. Milk And Blush Hair Extensions.
- 5 The Side Rope Braid. The Freckled Fox.
- 6 The Milkmaid Braids. MahoganyCurls.
- 7 The Thick-Hair Fishtail Braid.
- 8 The Waterfall Braid.
How do you braid your hair to the side?
Gather hair to the side. Gently pull all of your hair to one side and place the middle against the nape of your neck, behind your earlobe or lower. Grab any pieces that keep falling out and twist them across your neck and bobby pin them in place. Once those are secure, then you can start your braid.
How do men braid?
LEARN THE FUNDAMENTALS
- BRUSH. You want to start with a tangle-free mane. Use a brush to detangle your hair.
- SMOOTH. Apply Axe Natural Look: Softening Cream to keep things smooth.
- CHOOSE. Choose three or four sections to braid.
- BRAID. Split each section into three pieces.
- SECURE. Secure each braid with a thin hair band.