Late Summer Braid Tutorials for Natural Hair ...


Summer isn’t over yet and a braid is the best look for the rest of the hot days ahead of you.

A braid is super easy to do and keeps your hair off your neck so you can stay cool and fresh all day long.

A braid might look easy, but they can get the best of any girl, myself included, especially if you want to do something fancy with your natural hair.

Sometimes it’s easier to get the job done if you can watch someone else do it.

Thank goodness for YouTube because there are loads of tutorials for doing a great summer braid.

Here are some of the best.

Happy braiding!

1. Crochet Braids

This type of braid mimics the look of naturally curly hair.

You’ll braid your hair straight to the scalp, but then add extensions to fill out the look.

This is an easy way to braid natural hair and gives you a full look that is easy to do and looks really fantastic.

This is a look that can carry you from summer to fall and beyond.

Use this cool tutorial to help you finish the look just the way you want it.

2. Faux Dreadlocks

Not ready to go full on dreadlock?

It’s definitely a commitment.

Luckily, using this handy video, you can get the look without all the effort.3

The cool thing about faux dreadlocks is that you can leave them loose or you can braid them or put them up in a ponytail so there are lots of options once you get the locks in.


3. Yarn Braids

This look is fabulous!

The braids are big and thick and are called β€œyarn”2

because they look soft and luxurious like a skein of yarn.

This isn’t a style you can throw together in just a few minutes.

It will take some time to get the braids in place, more if you have long hair and less if your locks are shorter.

It’s totally worth the effort though and this tutorial makes it easy.3

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