A braid is probably the easiest and fastest hairstyle in everyday life. But to add a bit of variety to the classic ponytail, we have three beautiful braid hairstyles for you that are absolutely trendy this winter.
In winter, our hair is statically charged extremely quickly due to the heating air. That's why we love to wear braids in the cold months. But wearing a ponytail every day is boring over time. After all, there are so many great alternatives that you can conjure up with long hair and a braid. Three braid hairstyles are particularly trendy this winter and absolutely turned our heads - you will love them.
The 60s ponytail brings us tons of retro vibes this winter. For this look, your hair should be super straight. The tips are simply screwed in slightly so that they swing outwards and the bouncy look is created. You can wear the 60's ponytail very high, on the back of the head, or low on the neck - all options are open to you. While the hairline used to be teased properly, the hair is now pulled tightly into a ponytail so that the hair lies close to the head.
The modern twist of the retro look looks particularly feminine if you use a thin ribbon instead of a hair tie, but a thick scrunchie also gives the pigtail hairstyle a certain lightness.
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If you're struggling with static hair in winter, this braid hairstyle is your salvation. Two braided braids avoid the unsightly sticking out of the hair and also look super stylish. To achieve the look, simply create a center part and part the hair in two sections. You can then braid each of these sections in a conventional way, or you can use more unusual braiding techniques for a herringbone braid. The great thing about the braided pigtails? They are absolutely suitable for hats!
A classic ponytail just never goes out of style. If your hair is naturally straight, you can use a flat iron to create light waves in your hair. Then just tease the hair a little and the beach vibes braid is ready. Whether you wear the ponytail at the back of your head or to the side is up to you. If you have extremely long hair, your tamed mane drapes nicely over your shoulders. So you have a little beach feeling even in winter.