7 Gorgeous Boho Braids You Need in Your Life


Looking for the latest casual, Boho hairstyles with an individual twist? Then you must see these fabulously feminine new Boho hairdo’s! Along with the pretty, braided Boho hairstyles and windswept waves that have been dominating long hair fashion styles, all you need to add is a flowing skirt and a loose ‘peasant blouse’ for a totally Boho makeover that’s fun and feminine!

1. Fishtail Braids With a Hat

Part your hair into two sections, and then fishtail each side. After you’ve secured the ends, gently tug at the strands to loosen the braid for a messier finish. Finish with a hat.


2. All Down With Baby Braids

Grab random 1-inch sections of hair, and braid them tightly for tiny braids that blend into the rest of your hair. Top with a gorgeous flower crown.gallery-1428529937-bellathorne

3. Boho Pigtails

Split your hair in half and loosely braid each side. Give your braids extra texture by rubbing the bristles of a clean, old toothbrush against the braid.1428691975-116997pcn-kylie23

4. Rope and Rosette Headband

This is easier to recreate than it looks! First, get a long piece of braided rope from your local craft store and hot-glue tiny artificial rosebuds onto it. Let it dry. Then, tie the headband around your head and braid the rope that hangs down into a single braid on the right side of your head. Voilà!gallery-1428604977-ropebraid

5. ’70s Side Braids

Keep your bangs out of your face by braiding them. Starting at your center part, braid your bangs into a small section of hair at the front of your head, then continue the braid around to the back and pin it.gallery-1428698554-social-no-text-1

6. Boho Yarn Braid

Tie decorative yarn or string around a 4-inch section of hair at your roots and secure it with a bobby pin. Then, incorporate the yarn into one of the three strands of hair as you braid it.gallery-1428604820-yarnbraid

7. Two-to-One Braided Style

To copy this boho multi-braided look, braid a 2-inch section on each side of your part back to the middle of your head and secure them both with small rubber hair ties. Then, combine the ends of the braids and begin braiding them together. Secure at the bottom. Finish by snipping off the two original hair ties at the top to make them look seamlessly connected.gallery-1428608604-braidedinto1