Simple Waterfall Braid Hairstyles
The waterfall braid hairstyle is elegant and beautiful.
Today is the day to learn how to create a waterfall braid. Scroll down for a tutorial and 20 gorgeous waterfall braid hairstyles you should try.
While it might seem difficult, this braid style is easy to master. You can easily add elegance to other hairstyles, such as an updo, a low-bun or letting your hair fall naturally. All you have to do is weave in a waterfall braid.
How to Make a Waterfall Braid
What you need
What to Do
- Take some hair out from the side and place it near the front.
- The three main sections of a waterfall braid are the top, middle and bottom. Make a braid as usual, and then drop the bottom section.
- Take a section of your hair and make it the new top.
- Make another stitch.
- Continue to repeat steps 3 through 4 until you reach your other side.
- To cover the ends, pin the braid under your hair.
This article will help you to understand how to weave a waterfall braid.
Let’s look at 20 ways to style a waterfall braid now that you have learned how to weave it.
The Best Waterfall Braid Hairstyles
Waterfall Braid: A Classic Style
Classics are timeless by definition. When in doubt, choose a classic waterfall braid. A larger waterfall braid is better for beginners. After you are comfortable with the technique, try smaller braids like the one shown above.
Rose Waterfall Braid
Make waterfall braids on each side of your head. Then, weave the tails in a regular braid. Wrap the braid around your neck in a bun. You can pancake the braided bun to make the braid look more romantic. This hairstyle is great for prom!
Waterfall Half Ponytail
This hairstyle is very pretty and easy to do. It is important to leave the braid loose so you can easily pancake it at the ends. This will look like a casual, messy finish. This hairstyle is perfect for pairing with boho clothes.
Intricate Waterfall Braid
Although the waterfall braid may seem complicated initially, it will become easy for you. This intricate waterfall braid will take your Khaleesi braids up if you already know how to do it.
Deep V Waterfall
Another hairstyle you might see on Game of Thrones and Vikings is this. Two waterfall braids should be placed on each side of your head. To create unique twists, twist their tails. To form the deep V, join them just a bit above your hair.
Elegant Waterfall Braid
You can make the waterfall braid look elegant by itself, or you can add delicate flowers to give it a romantic touch. This braid creates a forest-like aesthetic that will make you feel like a forest princess.
Crown Waterfall Braid
Don’t be afraid to add accessories if you don’t like them. The crown waterfall braid can be worn alone. Even though it is made of your hair, the crown stands out and looks stunning.
Messy Waterfall Braid
Everybody is looking for the perfect messy style, and here’s mine: the messy waterfall braid. This style is great for any occasion and can be worn with any clothing. It’s versatile!
Double Waterfall-Single Fishtail braid
It reminds me of a waterfall that flows into one stream. It is stunning. Make two waterfall braids, one at each side and one at the back. To achieve this look, combine the waterfall braids and weave them into one fishtail braid.
Waterfall Fishtail Braid
Make a fishtail braid with your beautiful locks. Here’s the twist: instead of adding hair to one section of the braid, continue adding hair to the sides. This will make the hair look like a French twist in the middle.
Double Waterfall Fishtail Braids
This is a great style for young girls. Split your hair in the middle, and create two waterfall braids on each side. Don’t limit your hair to one section of the braid. Instead, add hair to both the top and bottom sections. Secure the waterfall braids using elastic bands once you reach the back hairline. Make fishtail braids with the rest of your hair.