Today’s tutorial is a summary of three edgy hairstyles, each containing a Dutch braid. These styles can be worn for a range of different events, whether you’re looking for the next chic gym style, something to wear a concert, or just an easy way to enhance an otherwise everyday hairstyle. One of those looks (or all three!) Might be exactly what you’re looking for and maybe your new favorite style.
Four Dutch Braids instructions:
- Step 1 / Make a center piece and continue with the back of the head.
- Step 2 / Tie the hair on the right side to avoid disturbing it when working with the left side.
- Step 3 / Create a second part that divides the left section into two small sections; Create a horizontal part along the temple and down to the neck.
- Step 4 / Bind the bottom area to edit the top area.
- Step 5 / Make a Dutch braid that starts at the hairline and reaches to the neck.
- Step 6 / Tie the braid with a clear rubber band to prevent it from tearing.
- Step 7 / Lower the lower part and braid it into a second Dutch braid.
- Step 8 / Remove the rubber band from the first braid, combine it together and braid it to the ends.
- Step 9 / Secure the end of the braid with an elastic band.
- Step 10 / Lower the hair on the right side and repeat steps 3 through 9 to create two more Dutch braids, tie them together and tie them with an elastic band.
Dutch Spine Braid Low Ponytail Instructions:
- Step 1 / Share the hair where you would normally prefer it. I sat down on the left side just outside the center.
- Step 2 / Make a 1 “horizontal part to the left in the middle of the crown.
- Step 3 / Trace the part to the neck and cut the hair on the left side.
- Step 4 / Start again in the middle of the crown and this time create a 1 “horizontal part towards the right side.
- Step 5 / Then down to the neck and cut off the hair on the right side; essentially create a vertical hair layer in the middle of the back of the head for our braid.
- Step 6 / Take a small disc at the top of the cut section and divide it into three equal parts.
- Step 7 / Create a Dutch braid, cross the side strands under the middle and tie hair into the braid.
- Step 8 / When the braid reaches the nape of the neck and all hair is pulled in, make a few more stitches of the braid and tie it with an elastic band.
- Step 9 / Leave the hair on the left and right sides and combine it into a low ponytail with the braid.
- Step 10 / Wrap the ponytail with a hair band and hide the band with a small section of hair and attach it with a second rubber band.
Half Up Mohawk Dutch Braids Instructions:
- Step 1 / Divide a 1 “hairline along the middle of the top of the head.
- Step 2 / Tie the rest of the hair in a low ponytail to keep it out of the way.
- Step 3 / Lichen the upper part in a Dutch braid until it reaches the crown
- Step 4 / Braid the cut to a standard 3-thread braid until it reaches the center of the back of the head before setting it with an elastic band.
- Step 5 / Take a small section on the left side of the braid and create a second Dutch braid next to the middle one.
- Step 6 / Once the braid has reached the crown, add the hair on the right side of the braid to create the “V” shape you see at the end.
- Step 7 / If the second mesh is one inch from the elastic of the first mesh, create a gap in the first mesh and pull the side strand from the second mesh through the gap.
- Step 8 / Continue the braid until it reaches the elastic band on the first braid.
- Step 9 / Remove the elastic and tie the two braids together.
- Step 10 / Repeat steps 5 to 9 to create a third braid on the right side of the middle braid.