This sensual, retro hairdo is excellent for 1970s-inspired hair. The tree braids are separated down the middle and delicately curled to produce retro waves.
This sort of braids is great for experimenting with hair textures. The clean side section frames the face, while the precisely sculpted waves provide dimension and depth.
Adding an accent to your braided hairdo is a fun way to express yourself. Front has a couple inches of diagonal braiding.
Tree braids that resemble hair are successful. This masterfully layered style is it. It has beautiful flipped layers and a little burgundy strand in the bangs.
Highlights are a simple way to try different hair colors and liven up your current one. Auburn highlights merge softly with black illusion strands.
Simple hairstyles are sometimes ideal, even with braids. Illusion braids are combed straight back and worn long, smooth, and straight.
Long tree braids have tight, loose spirals that look flawlessly carved. Auburn highlights frame the black base, and a distinct side section completes it.
A mix of classic Hollywood grandeur and effortless sexuality, the side-swept locks show that hair positioning matters.
You have to double-take to spot some tree braids' realism. With bleached roots and a deep side part, these braids have a lovely asymmetrical aesthetic.
Whether you use extensions or natural hair, hair color affects hairstyling. Because braids aren't dyed, experimenting with hair color is easier.