We're constantly inspired by celebrity beauty trends, and they come in so useful when we reach a style rut. Right now, most of our friends have been looking for possible party hair pegs for the upcoming holiday season. So, we're here to serve.
We have observed that Korean celebrities are currently obsessed with braided hairstyles. And braids, although they look ~challenging~ to do on our own, are actually easy to do. (We've got the ultimate tutorial guide here if you need a refresher.) Ahead are the most simple braided hairstyles that you can try to transform your hair.
These Korean Celebs Will Make You Want To Try Braided Hairstyles
She's Vietnamese-Australian, but she deserves to be on this list. Hanni is reminding you that this is your sign to do micro braids on long hair. While you're at it, curl your tresses into soft S-waves for a true K-beauty touch. (We love this curling iron because it makes getting mermaid waves super easy!)ADVERTISMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW ↓
Make a high bun look extra cool by adding micro braids that frame your face.CONTINUE READING BELOW ↓watch now
Look like an angel sent from above with a Dutch braided hairstyle. Certify your K-beauty look with wispy curtain bangs.
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Tie your long hair in a high ponytail and braid it. This hairstyle might look complex, but trust us: It's doable.ADVERTISMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW ↓
Here's a (literal) twist you can try with pigtail braids: Loop the end of each braid for a cool look.
By now, you're probably sold on micro braids. If you've got a layered haircut, the tiny plaits are going to add more dimension and texture.ADVERTISMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW ↓
We love pigtail braids but sometimes, this hairstyle could look ordinary. Braid in a colorful ribbon to each plait for a party-ready result.ADVERTISMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW ↓
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