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Ah spring, the return of sunny days of colorful outfits and especially the opportune time to incorporate flowers into our haircut. And this year, the trend is flower braid, we tell you everything!
Putting flowers in our hair is undoubtedly a timeless one. Elegant and casual at the same time, this hairstyle is suitable for a wedding as well as for an everyday look. Since it can be difficult to keep flowers in place once they are placed on our hair, braiding is without a doubt the best way to secure them for our hair.
You are free to choose the braid that suits you.
Think about how long you want this hairstyle to stay intact. For example with fake flowers, the advantage is that you can use them endlessly, while fresh flowers can only be used once. However, fresh flowers are authentic and add a very elegant touch to your hairstyle.
A single flower or a lot of flowers? A single flower is subtle and chic while having many flowers on your head adds a fun and quirky edge to any hairstyle. Determining the number of flowers you want will help you determine which flowers to choose.
If they are fake flowers, you can replace the stems of the fake flowers with bobby pins. You can remove the stem of a fake flower entirely and replace it with a bobby pin. Cut the stem, but not the piece of plastic that connects it to the petals, then using a thread and a needle connect the pin to the flower. If you do not wish to cut the stem of your flowers (false or real) you can slide the stem through the pin. Then, you just have to place your flowers as you wish, on your head.
Here actress Emily Clarke opted for a braid, which she then rolled up and adorned with flowers.
Styled by celebrity hairdresser Ritika Kadam.
Here the model has opted for a long back braid decorated with red flowers.
Styled by celebrity hairstylist Justine Marjan.
Inspired by hairstylist Justine Marjan, hairstylist Matt Newman opted for pretty candies adorned with yellow flowers.
A pretty braid adorned with pretty yellow flowers.
Once again Ritika Kadam's fairy fingers went through it, and we love the result!
Styled by Indian hairdresser Ritika Kadam.
Here the actress Teyonah Parris has opted for mini flowers to adorn her box braid.