10 Braids to Help Pass the Time At Home

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We’re all looking for ways to combat boredom and stay creative. Now is the time to get your hands moving and try out the hairstyles you’ve been obsessing over on Instagram and Pinterest. Practice on a family member, in the mirror or save them as inspo for when you’re back in the salon.

Here are 10 braids to take up all that #quarantime!

Double Dutch

Use these big and beautiful Dutch braids to add a little fun to your low ponytail. Styled by Kayla Williams, this look is perfect for all your Zoom dates or meetings.

Woven Wonder

Crafted by Instagram user hair.and.nina, this four strand slip up braid is perfect for adding a little something special to your hair. Click here to learn how to mimic this unique look.

Double Crown

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Trade in your messy bun for this double Dutch braid crown! With this tutorial, you can easily recreate this updo while you practicing social distancing.

Macramé Mane

This knotted braid is giving us major macramé vibes, and we are here for it! Instagram user hair.and.nina again slays with this styling. Check out the tutorial here.

Spicy Space Buns

Elevate your space buns by adding these tiny Dutch braids! Click here for a tutorial, and give yourself a fun hairstyle to roam the halls of your home.

Pull Through Ponytail

Hairstylist Saretta Bowerman’s incredible pull through braid will give your quarantine ponytail the upgrade it needs. Click here to learn how to recreate this 3D styling.

Infinite Intricacy

Pull back your hair into this intricate three strand infinity braid instead of your usual low ponytail. Check out Alison Valsamis’ tutorial here.

Fishtail Galore

Go boho and use these fishtail braids to add some texture and depth to your hair. Again, created by Bowerman, this creative look is exactly what you need right now.

Rose Bun Perfection

Now is the time to try recreating these gorgeous braided rose buns! It’s going to take some practice to perfect, but this tutorial will help you get there.

Classic French

You can never go wrong with a classic French braid! Even if you have shorter hair, you can recreate this cute, basic braid. Check out Luxy Hair’s tutorial here