Nobody doesn't love sexy big waves and gorgeous fishtail braids, but these hairstyles are hard to achieve on your own, and in the battle against our hot tools to try to get ourselves the beautiful hairstyle in the pictures, the results often leave us so frustrated that our mood and energy plummet before we even leave the house.
Don't be discouraged! Why not give the bubble braid look a try? Bubble braids are an understated but glamorous hairstyle that doesn't require great skill to have. Read on to see how to get bubble braids fast.
A cute and simple hairstyle like the bubble braid features hair tied in a traditional ponytail and then an elastic band spaced apart is tied around the ends to create a fluffy, bubbly look.
Yes! Bubble braid hairstyles have been around for a long time and the hairstyle of the 90's is iconic and timeless! They started to really catch on in 2020 because they can get the best results with minimal skill - perfect for when no one can do your hair for you. Bubble braids are perfect for prom, weddings, festivals and more.
While bubble braids are a great way to keep strands in place and they can also help you get flawless heatless waves, overly tight elastic bands have the potential to create tension in the hair and cause breakage. So you can use a gentle leather band, such as a silk hairband or spiral hairband, to reduce damage to your hair and avoid pulling hard on it.
Getting a bubble braid is not difficult and can be achieved with a little practice, whether you are new to hair styling or a master at it:
Brush your hair into a high, low or side-swept ponytail to form the bottom of the bubble braid. If your hair is straight or freshly washed, spray a texturizing spray on the ponytail to add grit.
Tie elastic bands or hairbands at even intervals along the length of the ponytail. Because hair length varies, placement will vary from person to person.
Make sure you are not disrupting the neatness of your hair throughout the process and find a good balance between equal parts of the bubble.
After tying each hairband, gently pull back sections of hair to open them up to create the bubble effect.
Using different colored hair ties or placing a cute hair accessory (such as a butterfly clip) between each bubble can have a better effect.
Hair is only as good as its staying power, so be sure to use a styling hairspray to set your bubble braid hairstyle.
One of the reasons for the popularity of bubble braid hairstyles is their versatility. They work on all hair lengths and hair types and can be made into voluminous braids or semi-curls. If you want extra length, bubble braids look great, too.
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Ready to try bubble-braid hairstyles for yourself? Take inspiration from these bubble braid looks below!
The Y2K trend is back in a big way for 2023, especially for big outdoor events like proms, graduations and weddings. Try this nostalgic bubble braid!
The low bubble braid is a fun and easy way to make a classic ponytail look appealing. The perfect accessory for this simple look is to keep your hair shiny.
If you want your bubble braid hairstyle to look more pixie than princess, then try this high bubble braid.
When it comes to nostalgic accessories, you can't go wrong with butterfly hair clips. This is a different way to add butterfly clips to a bubble braid hairstyle, perfect for wavy hair, twisting them gently while fanning them out to create more of a fishtail look
We have become more and more obsessed with half ponytails, and it's no surprise that the combination of half ponytail and bubble braid hairstyle is perfect at all. Wrap your hair around an elastic band to create a 3D effect that instantly enhances your overall look.
Who says you can't do a bubble braid with short hair? Creating a bubble braid on the side of your head will not only sweep your hair away from your face on a hot day, but it will also dress up a fresh look in a pinch.
Taking a cue from French braids, these bubble braids involve adding new sections of hair as you continue to work your way down the length of your hair. When done correctly, French braid inspired bubble braids will be close to your scalp and use your entire hair.
One of the things we love about bubble braids is their ability to make hair look thicker. If you have thin or fine hair, try gently pulling your bubble braids out even more than some more traditional hairstyles require. The horizontal width makes the hair look fuller overall.
We love the combination of loose crown braid, messy texture, delicate bunches and carefully arranged flowers for a gorgeous garden party-style look. Subtle pink and lavender streaks make this hairstyle even better.
Now that you know how to get a runner braid fast. Excited to try one of these bubble-braid hairstyles for yourself? Hurry up and give it a try!