A classic braid where three sections of hair are woven together by crossing the side strands over the middle strand, adding more hair with each crossover.
Similar to the French braid, but the side strands are crossed under the middle strand instead of over it, creating a more raised, 3D effect.
A two-strand braid where small sections of hair from each side are crossed over each other, creating a textured, "fishbone" pattern.
A cascading braid where small sections of hair are dropped as the braid progresses, creating a waterfall-like effect.
Two French or Dutch braids that are tightly woven along the scalp, starting from the front and continuing down the back.
Two braids that are wrapped around the top of the head, creating a crown-like effect.
A twist-style braid created by dividing the hair into two sections and twisting each section individually in one direction, then crossing them over in the opposite direction.
A braid that wraps around the head, similar to the milkmaid braid, but the hair is braided all the way around.
A more complex braid that involves four strands of hair woven together in a specific pattern, creating an intricate and textured look.
Narrow, close-to-the-scalp braids that are created by weaving the hair flat against the head, often in straight or curved lines.