Braid hairstyle has long been a staple of hairstyles for women, with styles ranging from the modern to the traditional.
But, how do you choose the right styles to wear in your hair?
The American College of Dermatologists’ Dr. Susan Mascarenhas has come up with this quick guide to finding the perfect hairstyle for you.
Start with a bang to start.
The most important factor is how long your hair will be.
For a long-haired woman, a length of about five to six inches will be fine, while a shorter hairstyle may be more appropriate for a shorter person, Mascarelli says.
If you are looking for a straight hairstyle, be sure to find one that is short enough that it doesn’t interfere with your head.
Once you have a good style, you can go back and style it using a braid or a traditional braid, which involves tying the hair back with a bobby pin or braided yarn, according to Dr. Christine Kincaid, an assistant dermatologist at the dermatology clinic at Saint Luke’s Hospital in St. Paul, Minn.
You can also use your favorite braided hair or yarn to create a bumblebee-style braid.
For a modern hairstyle that doesn’t need to be straight, try a style that is longer than three inches and has a longer end.
This is known as a boho-braid.
Dr. Kincafield says it is the style that looks most like the hair on a woman’s head, while the other hairstyles tend to look more like a ponytail.
In addition to the length of your hair, you will also need to choose a color.
The longer the hair, the more natural the color should be, and the more contrast you should aim for, according the American College.
Try to find a color that will blend into your natural hair color.
To create a twist, tie a long piece of yarn into a bunting or braid around your head and use the other end to attach a bun.
It is also a good idea to try out a variety of hairstyle options, according Mascares.
Try to make a style with a natural shape and not overly contoured.
You want to create an overall style that doesn´t look too modern, says Dr. Masc, who also advises choosing a color with a neutral tone.
You will also want to look for a bib to hold your hair in place, so that you can move your hair as needed.
Dr Kincarelli suggests choosing a hair color that is “fuzzy,” which means the color is lighter in the center and darker in the ends.
This means you will have less color to work with in the styling process.
“A good braid will be long enough to cover your hair without causing it to hang down.
You should also keep it flowing throughout the day so that it looks natural and doesn’t appear overly shapeless,” Dr. Lyle M. Cavanaugh, an associate professor of dermatology and pediatrics at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia, tells The American Women’s Health Journal.
You can also find a binder, a comb, or other hair accessories to help your style look natural, Dr. Caccus says.
Dr Mascannes suggests using a hair product that is designed to absorb moisture and hold it in place.
Finally, a bangle is a simple and easy hairstyle to create that can be worn with any hair color, says Mascaria.
“The length of the hair will also affect the look of your hairstyle,” she says.