Lace braids are super cute and if you haven’t tried this hairstyle yet, it’s time for you to fall in love!
Now that you know how to do it, it’s time to see the lace braid in action. Below you have 5 gorgeous examples you’ll want to copy right away. Practice the classic style first and after the first few tries, you are ready to experiment more.
Double Lace Braided Updo
Why do a single one, when you can opt for two? More is always better when it comes to braids. Unique updos are always welcomed because they can be the perfect hairstyle for events.
When you have extra time try recreating this mane. If you can, you will find it to be super-flattering for the office, a night out and for a party. The fact that it’s an updo means that it can get in hand when your hair is having a bad day.
Start with the frontal lace braid, then do the second one. Secure them and you can now officially put the hair up in a bun. Make it messy and chic.
Quadruple Lace Braids
Lace braids come in a pack of four as well. This stunning long hairstyle is a work of art.
It is perfect for women with long hair. That way, everyone will be able to see how detailed and beautiful the creation is.
Begin with the two lace braids on top. When you get to the middle, transform them into a single braid. After this you can continue with the other two. It’s much simpler than it looks.
Criss-Cross Mermaid Braids
This one is quite a challenge. The lace braid hairstyle sure does look magical, but the biggest question is how to recreate it.
Since it’s a more complicated look, it would be great for a bridesmaid or the best friend of the bride.
Better ask help from a professional if you really want to copy this mane. It’s extremely hard to do it yourself. If you have a friend who is really good at braiding you can ask them.
Diagonal Lace Braid
One of the most basic ways to flaunt the half-up half-down hairstyle with lace braids. Make it diagonal and everyone will be asking about your mane.
This hairdo works for all hair lengths and ages.
It can be really hard to do braids on yourself, but you might be able to try this one. Just move diagonally as you braid. That’s pretty much it.
Rounded Lace Braid
Watch out ladies, we just found the above fabulous lace braid and brought it to you. No worries, you don’t even have to do it yourself.
It’s perfect for long, medium and short hair. When you are going out and wearing a simple dress, this lace braided hairstyle will help you take it to a whole new level. It’s that good.
Try doing it yourself if you have the patience and time. If not you can ask one of your friends or schedule an appointment at the hairdresser.
How to Do Lace Braid
The lace braids are very similar to French braids, with the only difference that you’re not adding hair from both sides. In this case, you’re only adding it from one. You’ll soon see how simple it is once we break it down for you. First, you have to decide where you want the braid to be.
Let’s say that it’s in the front and starts in the middle part, moving towards the ear. You will be adding hair only from the right side. Get a strand of hair and divide it into three parts. Start braiding by putting the right over the middle one, then the left as well.
During the next step, you will get the strand that is on the right but also gets more hair from the side. Put it again over the middle, then the leftover the right, without adding hair. Continue the same until you think you are done. You can do the lace braid wherever you want to. Such a flattering look for all ages!
So which of the eye-catching lace braid styles are you gonna pick? No matter which one you choose to wear it will make you stand out in the crowd for sure!