How to Style a Side Braid: Two Ways!

Side braid 1Side braid 3Braids can add so much interesting texture to your look! Here's how you can take a classic french braid and style it two different ways to get a pretty side braid. Sarah demonstrates how to style a side braid on our model Sarah (two pretty Sarah's in one place!).Side braid steps1. Gather a large section of your hair starting from one side of the crown of your head and sweeping to the other side. 2. Begin braiding three small strands from the top of this section. 3. As you braid add more strands from the original section. 4. Be sure to braid so that your hair wraps around the top of your head. 5. Finish by wrapping one strand around the entire braid, securing it in place. You could use a hair tie as well and wrap the hair around the hair tie, hiding it.Messy side braid 2If you want to give your side braid more volume and go for a bohemian styling.Messy side braid steps1. Once you have gather your large section from step one above, tease this hair to add volume. 2. Follow the directions above with the teased hair. This side braid will have more body and will look messier.Messy side braid 1Messy side braid 3This hair tutorial was created in collaboration with Sarah Chapman, a professional hair stylist at Blu Skies Hair Studio in Springfield, Missouri. If you're local, give her a call!

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  • I love all your cute hairstyles! Only problem is i have a short pixie cut…any chance of some short style ideas sometime?

  • I always have the most difficult time doing a front braid. I would love to see one on your sister. i have hair just like her.

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  • Oh my gosh, CUTE. Ive been dying to try the first style – woo hoo!
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  • Wow, she is gorgeous! Just cut 10″ off my hair, so the braids may have to wait 😉

  • I do both of these styles regularly, but I like the extra POP! of doing it with a Dutch braid (inside out). Such a cute, simple way to deal with icky hair days.

  • I’m obsessed with braids lately. Long hair + summer weather = braids for me.

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  • thanks for doing a hair tutorial with a model without bangs! Sometimes i feel like most of your hair style tutorials wouldn’t work on someone without bangs, so it is great to see one that looks so good.

  • Love it! I wear my hair like this a lot. 🙂

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  • Please do a tutorial on how to do her adorable eye make-up too!! And what to use! I love her eyes!

  • Thank you for your perfect explanations! Ypu’re really good! =)

  • Adore the second look! Thanks for sharing as I can never manage this style on myself!

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  • Lovely hairstyles! You look awesome. Love those hairstyles and your eye makeup!

  • How cute. Sometimes I miss my long hair but I think I might be able to manage the first way without it

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  • Love how out there the second braid looks, I’d probably stick to the first though.

    Very cute 🙂

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  • Love it so much! The first raid especially! I’m a big fan of styling my bangs in a french braid. Thank you for sharing!
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  • Both of these are super cute! I always love finding new ways to wear braids!
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  • Ooooooh – SO pretty!!! And oh my lordy! Sarah Cho is GORGEOUS!

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  • Love the first one!! Especially since my bangs are awkward while they’re growing out right now 😛
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  • I love both of these looks, but can never seem to pull them off. Oh well, at least there are plenty of pretty pictures for me to drool over.

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  • I adore the first one! The volume of the second one is also so fun! 🙂

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  • love these braids! Wish my hair could grow faster, so I could try out all of these!
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  • The second way is rocking my world!!! Have to give it a try.

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  • I like the first one very much.
    Super feminine.
    I remember being a little girl, and my mom French braided my hair every day for school, and I hated it, and now I wish I had learned how to do it. 🙂

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  • i’ve always braided it the first way and never thought of doing it the second way. definitely love the way it was teased before braiding and will have to try it out!

  • that 2nd way is so awesome! i have been trying to the first way for the past few weeks… just can’t seem to get it to lay right.

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