Are you partial to the fishtail or the halo? Whatever your hairdo preference is, these crafty celeb beauty looks will lend you major inspiration for your next braiding project.
The solution to keep your headband from sliding off your head? Toss the plastic hair tool and braid it on! Bella Thorne wore a weaved accessory created from her own hair.
At the MET Gala, model Cara Delevingne wore a deep part and braided small sections on only one side of her head. Voilà! It's two styles in one.
Twisted stands of hair all twirled together makes a killer topknot. Take a look at Emmy Rossum's fairytale style. While she donned it at the MET Gala, we think it's reminiscent of a medieval 'do.
The eldest Kardashian sister is famous for sporting the soft, braided halo. Keep it up, Kourt.
Here's one rendition of the simple braid. Margot flaunted a seemingly part-less long braid and kept wispy pieces left out.
Mindy Kaling should wear a messy braid more often! However, now that we know her character chopped her hair off, we probably won't be seeing this style on screen. Try this look at home by separating your in a deep side part and braiding loosely over one shoulder. If you have layers falling out, even better!
Bet ya won't see this 'do at prom. Nicole Kidman's massive bun secured at the nape of her neck includes lots of winding braids. It adds tons of texture to the typical updo.
Remember Bella Thorne's braided headband? Salma Hayek did the same but pulled the rest of her locks up.
It's our favorite French braid of all time. Why? Selena's 'do has volume, texture, and starts relatively high on her head.
If you have ombréd your hair, the halo is for you! Vanessa Hudgens proves that the two-toned color trend can make popular style standout even more.