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Celebrities love it, and some hairdressers take it to the extreme by making it amazing pieces of art.

Braided hairstyles can be worn in many ways: Charming, girlish, messy, glamorous, and classy. 

Braids can be used in hairstyles for any occasion. Simple, to go shopping, or over the top glamorous for a party!

Here are two easy-to-do braided styles.

Russian style braid

Popular on Erin Fetherston and la Vivienne Westwood runway shows. They give you an exotic hint and you will certainly be a stand-out.

- brush your hair thoroughly separating the front part of you calotte and clipping it to the top of your head. 

- set the rest of your hair into a side
, low ponytail right behind the ear.

- split the ponytail in two halves
and classically braid each half. Do not tighten the braids since they have to have a natural look. You need to secure your hair with a matching colored band.      

- braid the front part in the same way you did the others being careful to draw it to the back of your ear, where you secured your low ponytail.

You should try to keep this part close to your head
, without it being too tight. It must look effortless.

The unbraided ends of your front part should reach the base of your ponytail. Wrap them around the band which secures it to make it look more natural.

fix everything into place with hairspray and dab a bit of hair serum to your hair ends to give them a shiny, healthy look.

Fishtail braid

- Detangle and brush out your hair so it's easy to handle and knot-free. You can add shine serum. Divide the hair into two even sections starting from the middle of the scalp.

- Use your pinky and ring finger to grab a small section of the hair (not too small!) from the back of the right side. Add this section to the left side by folding it over with your left hand.

- After you've added a strand to your left side
, take your left pinky and grab an equally thick strand from the back of the left section.
Fold it over and add it to your right section.

Make sure these first few strands are tighter so you get comfortable with the process and nothing falls loose.

Continue like this until you get to the end of it and secure it with an elastic band.

Keep in mind that the fishtail effect looks so much better when you weave thinner pieces instead of thicker. It may take longer, but it's worth it!

- If you want to get that messy look, pull on the hair in the braid liberally.

It will give you an effortless youthful appearance.


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