This is the most basic type of braid. Divide your hair into three sections and alternate crossing the outer strands over the middle one.
Start with a small section at the top of your head and begin a traditional three-strand braid. As you go, add more hair to each side before crossing them over the middle. Continue down the back of your head.
Similar to the French braid, but instead of crossing the strands over, cross them under. This creates a braid that pops out from your head.
Divide your hair into two sections and take small pieces from the outer edge of one section and cross them over to the other section. Repeat until you reach the end.
This braid looks like a cascade of strands. As you braid, drop small sections of hair and pick up new ones to create a continuous waterfall effect.
Part your hair down the middle, then create two Dutch braids on each side of your head, starting at the top and going all the way down.
Begin with a Dutch braid on one side of your head and continue around the crown of your head. Secure the ends and hide them under the starting point of the braid.
Create two braids (French or Dutch) on each side of your head, then wrap them over the top of your head and secure them with bobby pins for a milkmaid look.
Divide your hair into two sections and twist each section towards your face. Then, wrap the twisted strands around the back of your head and pin them in place.
Create a series of ponytails down the back of your head and pull the hair through the sections to create a braided look.