Simple Side Braid Hairdos for 2017
Side braid hairstyles are considered to be the easiest hairdos. They involve plaiting the locks to dip over the shoulder that can be achieved using all the strands or a small portion of hair. There are so many options for a side braid; you just need to be familiar with the techniques. It goes without saying that the three-strand braid is the easiest but it is also possible to learn French or Dutch technique. Side braid hairstyle is great for creating a romantic look particularly when you combine it with a cute accessory. Below I have selected some simple side braid hairdos for 2017, just have a single look and get inspired from.Lovely Side Braid for Extra Long Hair
This model’s gorgeous blonde strands have been styled into an amazing braided style mixing a few different methods. Well, to recreate this look you will need to know fishtail and French braids. The crown part of the head involves a French braid which continues to the nape of the neck where it finishes in the fishtail style. Note that the sides of the head involve lovely small lace plaits that perfectly enhance the overall look.Side Braid for Medium-Length Hair
It is a pretty messy style that looks ultra-feminine and cute. The stylist has pulled the model’s hair to the side and using the infinity technique he/she achieved an incredible braided hairstyle. The stylist has used a small section of hair to conceal the hair elastic. Actually it is a super effortless headdress that looks great on everyone regardless of the textures and hair type.Side Dutch Braid
What about this side braid? The stylist achieved a great headband style with the help of a Dutch braid. Actually Dutch braid is not as hard to recreate as you think and it looks fantastic when paired with other styles. The end of the braid is hidden under the locks. Apart from styling, the strands also have a sweet blonde shade.Side Braid with a Bun
Dark shades paired with grey are a hot look this season and this headdress will definitely help you show off your chic hues. In this picture the chunky Dutch braid has been tailored on the side, starting above the forehead and twisting back to just above the ear. The end of the braid has been combined with the rest of hair to make a puffy side bun.Crimped Side Braid
If you want to give your braid a sophisticated touch then crimp your hair before creating a side braid. It will provide with lots of texture and dimension. Here the crimped braid starts above the left ear and falls down over the shoulder where it has been secured. However you can achieve that crimped effect with the help hair tools.