According to Google, we've all been going wild for braids. The search engine giant has revealed the three biggest hair trends searched for, and after everyone's favourite the man bun, it revealed the second most searched for hairstyles are braids.
'Braids are the most prominent among top trending hairstyles for women, with "box braids" and "goddess braids" representing the biggest trends based on search volume,'
Some of our favourite famous women have obviously been hitting the internet for inspiration as the likes of Miranda Kerr, Drew Barrymore, Laura Bailey, Olivia Palermo and Sienna Miller meanwhile, have been sporting all manners of plaits and braided hairstyles on the red carpet and the streets, demonstrating just how versatile the look is.
But if you thought plaits were for pre-teens only, reconsider. These ladies are all making the case for grown-up braids.
And with Glastonbury looming, when better to seek some chic inspiration?
From mini to halo braids, click through our gallery to find your favourite style.
Mini braids are having a moment, but they can get a bit lost, says Adam Reed, of Percy & Reed and editorial ambassador for L'Oreal Professionnel.
"For me, it's all about braids being loose, feminine and a bit ethereal - the messier the better, really. Otherwise create two small braids - or twists - one on each side of your head, starting at the temple, and fasten them at the back of your head, like a hair tie."
Although tight and a little severe, there's no doubt this type of braid will make a statement wherever you go, especially when paired with a bold lip.
Simple and chic, we love how Emily has finished this with a pretty black bow.
For those who prefer there braids a little cute and quirky, try rocking this middle parting plait. We love.
Tousled and loose, anyone can wear this effortless braid.
It's also simple to create...Just keep it messy. Easy enough, right?
Add texture to plaits for a modern feel, like Salma Hayek at the Saint Laurent SS16 show in Paris.
Keep things sleek for a sharp take on the look like models at the Celine SS16 show in Paris.
Fake the two plaits look like Drew Barrymore on the red carpet.
Team braids with buns to get the look seen on models at the Valentino SS16 show in Paris.
Laura Bailey keeps her plaits tight for a sleeker finish.
For an easy way in, try Charlize Theron's low braided bun.
Don't be afraid to go bold like Janelle Monae at Paris Fashion Week SS16.
Try a classic French plait like Olivia Palermo at the New York City Ballet 2015 Spring Gala.
Dress up the two plaits look for evening, by pinning them back into an easy updo.
We couldn't resist another look at the back.
French actress Marie-Ange Casta played things fierce at the launch of the first ever Miu Miu fragrance, with two wet-look braids.
Easy to wear and the pefect solution for bad hair days - simply plait the front and add some texture to the rest like Jennifer Aniston.
Plait from the top of your head and weave it round to the nape, for an easy, elegant look like Emily Blunt.
Keep plenty of volume of the root if you have thin hair, to stop the look from falling flat.
If you're brave enough, there's a dip-dyed plait movement too.
Add shine to a tightly wrapped fishtail braid for a polished look - perfect for work or after hours drinks.
Long or short hair, a side braid works on everyone.
If you're wary of a full French plait, try sweeping back the front section of your hair instead, and plaiting the rest underneath.
Wrap and pin plaits to create an updo that looks far more complicated than it really is.
If even Helen Mirren says plaits are red carpet worthy...