Wearing a waterfall braid is like having your hair both down and up at the same time—talk about an ideal hairstyle for hot summer days. Here, 10 different ways to weave, twist, and knot your way to the prettiest waterfall braid.
Knots instead of a traditional braid on a very untraditional hair color.
We like to imagine that this is how Lauren Conrad ‘s hair always looks: perfectly rumpled and whipped into some kind of whimsical braid.
Actress Katherine McNamara wore this intricate, multi-waterfall braid style to the premiere of The Jungle Book.
An adorable alternative to a typical waterfall braid would be this quick how-to of a Bow version, by stylist, Ulyana Aster.
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Next time you’re contemplating wearing your hair half-up, try this intricate style instead (or enlist the help of a friend). It’s like having two waterfall braids converge into one.
Holographic hair calls for soft curls and a twisted half-up braid.
A fresh take on the waterfall braid, featuring loops instead of a three-strand weave.
A pulled-through braid adds another dimension of texture to a basic half-up waterfall.
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This braid holds your hair back—just like a low ponytail—without the need of an elastic.
This cascading waterfall braid eventually falls into a rumpled side braid.
From: Harper’s BAZAAR US