The French braid is an eternally popular hairstyle which will always will be in vogue. A great aspect about it is that it looks good and helps take care of otherwise unmanageable tresses. Whether your hair is straight, wavy or curly, you can try these different French braid hairstyles. They have a unique look and can serve to enhance your overall appearance.
Begin braiding near the hairline. As you reach the back of the crown, make two more braids, and then stop braiding. The loose hair can be tied or loosely braided in an English braid. Use jazzy accessories to highlight the hairstyle. This will work especially well for girls who have wavy hair or soft curls.
Part your hair at the center, into two sections. Make French braids on either side, till you reach the back of the crown. Now combine the remaining hair into one braid from here.
An interesting variation is the reverse braid. You have to do is flip your hair to the front and start braiding at the nape of your neck. You may want to get someone else to do this one for you. Once you are done braiding collect the loose ends and tuck them in under the braid, and secure them with a pin.