Braid 3-Double Dutch Braids and Bun is a spinoff of Double Dutch Headband Braids.
It is slimmer with a smoother connection and thrown into a chic bun on the floor. I love these braids. I live for her. I could wear my hair braided on top every day of the week wrapped in a bun!
If you are a professional braider and would like to improve your skills, try this double Dutch braid. They will sing songs of praise, if it works; Not to mention your arms when you finally get it right.
Here are some steps to achieve the style:
1 / Separate the hair into two vertical sections from your part to the left ear.
2 / Take the front part and tie it off.
3 / Start with a Dutch braid with the back part.
4 / If you are braided in the back strand, cross it under the other two strands and cut it off. Then bring a piece of hair to replace this strand.
* You will create an upturned waterfall braid to create a more seamless look between the two braids.
5 / If you’ve braided your whole head, tie the thread so it will not untangle.
6 / Now, by taking the front part, braid it to a normal Dutch braid.
7 / When the tresses meet at the lower end of the first plait, all hair is put together in a ponytail.
8 / Tie the hair off with a rubber band.
9 / Take a section of the ponytail and wrap the strand back over the ribbon and insert it so that it forms a loop.
10 / Repeat step 9 for the rest of the ponytail until you’ve made a donut bun.
11 / finish with hair spray, smooth out all overflights; or if that’s too complicated to understand, there’s always the video (: