A high-texture braided ponytail

Boho-chic hairstyles: 3 braided looks to try this spring!

With the 1970s trend in full swing, there's no better time than now for fans of boho-chic style! Influenced by the relaxed style that's so popular among festival goers, the look also features a certain level of glamour that makes it appealing. Even better, the spring-summer seasons are ideal for this look, which usually focuses on loose flowy dresses, strappy flat sandals, and off-the-shoulder Bardot tops! Want to channel your inener flower child this season? Here are 3 hairstyles that will set you off on the right foot...

Boho-Chic Hairstyles for Spring 2016

The XXL braid

If you're lucky enough to have long voluminous hair, then why not showcase it with a gorgeous XXL braid? We love how the back featuring winding, twisted sectionsbefore turning into a classic plait.

For high-impact volume, make sure to massage volumizing mousse into your damp hair and then allow your locks to air dry. Bright the hair to the back of your head and split it into three sections at the crown. Criss cross the hair and secure it with pins on the sides before joining all the hair at the nape of the neck, then braid down to the ends.

Braided Ponytail

One can easily imagine a hairstyle like this on the Queen of Boho-Chic, Vanessa Hudgens ! Easy to achieve, this is one seriously chic way to update a classic ponytail.

Part your hair in the center and then section off 2-3" from the fron of the right side. Secure your hair into a pony and then secure it with a rubber band. Braid the section from the right side that you left loose, all the way down to the ends, and then wrap it around the base of the ponytail. Spray the ends with texturizing spray for maximum messiness!

Updo with braided bangs

An alternative to the braided crown, we love this simple updo with braided bangs that go across the forehead. The best part about this look is that it can work for virtually any hair length!

To achieve the look, part your hair on the far side of your head and then begin French braiding to the opposite side, only adding hair from the top of the head on one side. Work your way to behind the ear and then secure the braid. Gather the rest of the hair into a simple bun and you're all set!

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