81. Large and Full Side Braid
This braid is kept sleek by using large, pin-straight strands of hair to create a simply constructed braid at the side. The bangs, however, are pulled straight back, at the beginning of the actual braid, creating a modern, edgier appearance. Braids can sometimes be overtly feminine, but this one shows constraint.
82. Flower Embedded Pull-Through Braid
This intricate braid is a great example of a feminine long hairstyle, especially with the cute flowers poking through at various stages. It’s a great hairstyle for very long hair, since you can pull all of the different strands into a complex yet structured beautifully easygoing braid.
83. Loose Double Buns
These side buns are strange and quirky, yet super cute – almost in a Princess Leia sort of way. A lot of the hair is left loose and free, with the buns being structured and held back. It’s a great way to keep long hair up, without having to pull at the strands and put them into stretched locations.
84. Waterfall-Styled Fishtails
This long hairstyle is smart and sophisticated, in that it looks as though it could easily be a part of a schoolgirl or riding outfit. It’s sleek and mature with a youthful twist, with intricate braiding creating the effect. The cascading effect isn’t easy to create in such a sleek way, but the result is worth all the painstaking work.
85. Wide Partial Braid
The braid detail of this ponytail is so simple yet intriguing, since it only goes a few inches down the hair before trailing off into the flowing length. It’s a look that has a subtle elegance to it, but is still a casual, lazy day hairstyle for long hair. It’s a great student look for all ages, but for any other daily occasion as well.