Braids are in this season. They are some of my favorite hair tutorials and with that in mind I figured how better to share some of my favorites with you? I’ve rounded up 30 of the most easy to follow braided tutorials that I could find and I’ve put them all in one place so you have easy access.
I am just a little bit obsessed with these gorgeous Hippie Braids over on Barefoot Blonde. She makes it look so easy and I am jealous that my hair is so short!
My Newest Addiction shared this amazing Rodarte Inspired Messy Braid Tutorial that also leaves me longing for luscious long locks. What was I thinking getting an angled bob? I am missing out on all of the braids!
Have you ever found yourself staring at fishtail braids like WTF?!? I have! Good think Karly made the fishtail braid easy for us! You can totally rock this and it’s going to be perfect for Fall and Winter! Loving it.
Blushing Basics has a crown braid tutorial that has literally taken my Pinterest account by storm! Overnight it went crazy, people love it and you will too.
Check out the gorgeous Chelsea of Olive & Ivy with her pretty Braided Up-Do, I love!
I don’t know if this falls into the braid tutorials category per se but this half up easy twist back style looks close enough to a braid for me. Hair Romance gives you easy to follow pictorials and some awesome styling tips to rock this style.
Now this Pouf Braid Tutorial is something I can get on board with! It’s perfect for short hair gals like me! Lindsay’s tutorial is foul proof and I am positive that if I can do it, so can YOU!
This waterfall braid tutorial from Once Wed is stunning. Easy to follow and reproduce, I only wish I knew what gorgeous polish she is rocking!
Emily of Freckled Fox is one of my favorite bloggers, she’s sharing a Bohemian Side Braid Tutorial over on Wonder Forest (another fave!) and I just had to share with you all.
If you have short hair, be sure to check out Dana’s Messy Braided Crown for Short Hair Tutorial, it’s amazing and one I plan to try this weekend!
Into the messy look but still wanting to look like you put in some effort? Try this Uneven Braid from Byrdie. It’s perfect for a date night or lunch with friends!
Ladies, grab your clogs! While french is ‘over’ dutch is ‘under’ in the sense of how the braids are done. This Dutch Side Braid Tutorial Hair Romance is pretty fabulous.
Natalia from Ma Nouvelle Mode is one of my favorite bloggers, I was reading her before I started my own site. I always go back to her. She’s no stranger to hair tutorials and this Half Up Dutch Side Braid Tutorial is the best I have seen. That’s not all she is full of fab! Be sure to check out her twisted side braid tutorial, braided top knot, rope braid and these three winter braids. A can’t miss for any braid fan from Natalia is most definitely her Katniss Braid tutorial, makes me want to grow this hair out!
Another fabulous crown braid tutorial is hanging out on Little Miss Momma one of her good friends shared it with her and there’s a video walk through as well. Super easy.
This is a new one, a gorgeous braid that I have never seen before. Abby over at Twist Me Pretty rocks this Carousel Braid like no other. Simply stunning. She’s also got a braided cross bun, braided headband and a four piece braid that are absolutely gorgeous.
Another new to me braid is one I found over on The Shine Project. The Chinese Staircase Braid is super unique and is certain to get you many compliments. And if you like that one you are sure to like her draped french braid tutorial.
A braided ballerina bun will be perfect for all of your Fall activities. I love this one from Makeup.com and I can’t get over just how easy it to accomplish on your own!
Looking for a chic, rocker chick and semi-edgy side braid? Cosmo has got you covered, hair stylist Dominick Pucciarello recreates this perfect braid. Also known as the “Elsa” braid for all of you Frozen fans.
This combo braid is pretty cool it’s a fishtail and a french braid put together and while Beauty Department calls it a ‘Summer Braid’ I think you could rock this straight into Winter. They’ve also got this super cute mini-french braid that I just adore.
You can’t mention braids without sharing some tutorials from Kate at The Small Things blog. She’s got a Half Up Braids tutorial, a pull through braid and a pretty fabulous soft side french braid that I just love.
Don’t you just love braid tutorials? Let me know which one is your favorite!
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