We've been braid-obsessed for some time now. Not only for their playful appeal, but because a little braiding is the perfect pick-me-up for limp, dirty, or bad-hair-day tresses. Summer is the best time to up the ante on your braiding skills with a few grungy-hair-approved takes on the classics. Whether you have a thick or fine hair, expert hairstylist Sean Gallagher of Ric Pipino says that the trick to making those braids stick is starting with dirty locks. Hair that's a few-days dirty or dirty-with-product work excellently. An added tip is to use a thickening spray before you get to weaving, making hair a bit more sticky rather than slick. Check out these four beautiful options from Beauty High.
The Best Heat Protectants For Soft, Healthy Hair
The obvious choice for emphasizing the importance of a heat protectant would be to liken styling your hair without one to having casual sex without a