According to TikTok, how do we manage baby braids?

According to TikTok, how do we manage baby braids? ...

From the return of low-rise jeans and frosted eyeshadows to butterfly clips and space buns, we all seem to be craving a 90s and early 2000s nostalgia. Another Y2K hair trend that has been promoted across social media is none other than baby braids, a style featuring two (or so) face-framing micro-braids that has been seen on almost every major celebrity, including Hailey Bieber, Dua Lipa, Bella Hadid, and Tracee Ellis

The trend began when Margot Robbie wore a baby braids style at the Cannes Film Festival back in 2019, followed by Bella Hadid and Devon Lee Carlson a year later at Paris Fashion Week. Currently, baby braids are now on the TikTokas FYP page, and a plethora of young women are sharing information on how to improve the a90s look, utilizing both the grunge and street influences.

Start by completing a middle part on your hair, then taking a small section in front, and then braid the hair around three quarters of the way down. Then remove the ends of your hair with a brush to prevent the braid from unravelling. Repeat this both on the right and right side of the hair parting for that effortless face-framing look.

There is no need to do it either. You may do more than two microbraids at the front, or you may secure the braids with elastic brands. There are also several ways to wear it. Depending on how long your hair is bent or how long it takes to keep the baby braids out.

Consider adding tinsel, butterfly clips, and Olivia Rodrigo to your summer party, including knocker bead hairties, a bandana, or a stretch hairband. This easy-to-do hairstyle will have you looking good for all your summer events, from musical events to bottomless brunches.

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