Getting tired of your usual hairdo? Bored with your long hair? Maybe you just want to try something different? Here’s something for you then!
Us girls are really particular about our hair. We bleach it, colour it, trim it, do all sorts of things with it and feel sad about it at the end of the day. Lol! Good thing, hair grows back quickly, then we go on the same cycle again. Bahahaha!
Season 8 of the Game of Thrones has been airing and the fans are going crazy for it (me included!)
I just love the hairstyles, and would love to give them a go….wouldn’t you?
Presenting, 7 EASY Game of Thrones inspired braids you can copy!
1. Triple Braid
It might seem difficult upon merely looking at it but this is actually very easy and wouldn’t take so much of your time. You just have to divide your hair into three sections, braid each of them, then after you finish doing that you just have to interlace the three. As this type of braid requires a lot of cross-crossing, this is more doable when you have long hair.
2. Inside-Out Braid
You can see this hairstyle on Daenerys in the Season 3 of the Game of Thrones. However, in this inside-out braid, both braids are connected. To do this, you have to have 4 braids. This can be done to girls even with short hair.
3. Dutch Braid
Perhaps this is one of the most common braids that people do. This just requires 3 sections of your hair, but to make it look like it’s attached to your head, you have to do it little by little, just like a typical French braid.
4. Everyday Braid
As you can see, this is very simple and can be worn everyday. This wouldn’t take so much of your time as all you need to do is to do a regular braid on each side of your head then connect them, forming a semicircle. Hide the two ends under your hair using a hair pin.
5. Half-Down Double Braid
This is kind of like the inside-out braid but much simpler. Here, you don’t have to connect the upper and the lower braids. Just let the tails fall down on their own.
6. Sansa Stark Braid
If you’re into clean braid and don’t want any hair on your face, you can try this one. This braid was what Sansa Stark wore on the first series of the Game of Thrones. You see, this is simply a double French braid hairstyle that is done only on the topmost part of your head. This is easy, at least compared to the hairstyle of Maergary when she got married.
7. Rope Braid
You don’t have to have 3 strands of hair to do a rope braid. All you need is 2, the left and the right. You just have to crisscross both repeatedly until you reach the middle. Do it on both sides of your head. This looks like a waterfall braid but loose.