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(Video) Hair Tutorial: 4 Fun & Easy Headband Braids You Can Do In Less Than 5 Minutes!

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Whether your hair is long or short, a headband braid is a fun and easy way to keep your hair out of your face but still show off your waves. Headbands are all the rage right now and have been seen from the runways to celebrities alike. A great way to switch up the look is to wear a braided headband instead of a regular one. In this video tutorial, Missy Sue will show you how to do 4 fun and easy headband braids that you can do in less than 5 minutes!

Headband braids takes a little extra effort, but they stay in place better than your basic pony, and they look gorgeous for any occasion or for just your everyday hairstyles.

Braided headband styles are very popular these days. If you always have a bad hair day, this headband braids works beauty and comfort into any hair length or texture.

It is also an easy way to add accent into your daily hairstyle that will also keep your hair from falling into your face. These hairstyles are very easy and fun to do. You will be able to do it yourself without the help of any professional.

Check out this awesome video and Learn these 4 Fun & Easy Headband Braids You Can Do In Less Than 5 Minutes!admin-ajax

FRENCH BRAID

Step 1 – Begin by separating out a front section of hair; from the part down to the left ear and clip back the rest.

Step 1 - french braid

Step 2 -Take a section right near the part on the heavy side and divide it into three strands.

Step 2 -Take a section right near the part on the heavy side and divide it into three strands.

Step 3 – Now start doing a french braid.

– Cross the back strand over the middle strand.

 – Then cross the front strand over the middle strand.

– Cross the back strand over the middle strand then pull in hair that lines up with that strand and add it in.

 – Next, cross the front strand over the middle strand and pull in a section of hair that lines up with that strand.

 – Continue until you reach the top of the left ear.

Step 3 - Now start braiding.

Step 4 – Secure the braid with a hair pin or two.

Step 4 - Secure the braid with a hair pin or two.

Step 6 – Let down the hair that was clipped out of the way.

And you’re done!

Step 6 - Let down the hair that was clipped out of the way

LACE BRAID (Half French Braid)

Step 1 – Begin by separating out a front section of hair; from the part down to the left ear and clip back the rest.

Step 1 - LACE BRAID

Step 2 – Now start doing a lace braid.

-Take a section right near the part on the heavy side and divide it into three strands.

– Cross the back strand over the middle strand.

 – Now cross the front strand over the middle strand.

– Cross the back strand over the middle strand (do not bring any hair into the braid).

– Next, cross the front strand over the middle strand and pull in a section of hair that lines up with that strand.

 – Continue repeating steps 3 and 4 until you reach the top of the left ear.

Step 2 - Now start doing a lace braid.

Step 3 – Secure the braid with a hair pin or two.

Step 3 - Secure the braid with a hair pin or two (lace).

Step 4 – Let down the hair that was clipped out of the way.

And you’re done!

LACE BRAID

DUTCH BRAID

Step 1 – Begin by separating out a front section of hair; from the part down to the left ear and clip back the rest.

Step 1 - DUTCH BRAID

Step 2 – Now start doing a dutch braid.

-Take a section right near the part on the heavy side and divide it into three strands.

 – Cross the back strand under the middle strand.

– Now cross the front strand under the middle strand.

– Cross the back strand under the middle strand then pull in hair that lines up with that strand and add it in.

– Next, cross the front strand under the middle strand and pull in a section of hair that lines up with that strand.

– Continue repeating step 3 until you reach the top of the left ear.

Step 2 - Now start doing a dutch braid.

Step 4 – Secure the braid with a hair pin or two.

Step 4 - Secure the braid with a hair pin or two

Step 6 – Let down the hair that was clipped out of the way.

And you’re done!

DUTCH BRAID

HALF DUTCH BRAID

Step 1 -Begin by separating out a front section of hair; from the part down to the left ear and clip back the rest.

Step 1 - HALF DUTCH BRAID

Step 2 – Now start doing a half dutch braid.

-Take a section right near the part on the heavy side and divide it into three strands.

 – Cross the back strand under the middle strand.

– Now cross the front strand under the middle strand.

– Cross the back strand under the middle strand (do not pull in any extra hair).

 – Next, cross the front strand under the middle strand and pull in a section of hair that lines up with that strand.

 – Continue repeating step 3 until you reach the top of the left ear.

Step 2 - Now start doing a half dutch braid.

Step 3 – Secure the braid with a hair pin or two.

Step 3 - Secure the braid with a hair pin or two.

Step 4 – Let down the hair that was clipped out of the way.

And you’re done!

HALF DUTCH BRAID

All pictures courtesy of Screen captures from the Youtube Video

Thank you, Missy Sue  for sharing this awesome video!

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