This hairstyle is great because it turns a simple braid into something noble and fun. Dutch braids are one of the simplest braids you will ever learn. They keep closer … and last longer the whole day than a normal French braid. Wrapping a Dutch braid into a quick updo makes it portable for errands during the day (as I have worn it) or for dinner in the evening. My favorite part is that it keeps the hair out of reach of small, small hands, which I always look for in a sweet hairstyle. I already know that this hairstyle is constantly being shot this season!
Do you love a nice mohawk? Be sure to see these other great ideas below!
- Dutch Mohawk ponytail
- Mohawk Braid Top Knot
- Mohawk French Braid Updo
Dutch Mohawk Braid Updo Accessories:
- Paddle brush
- 1 Clear elastic bands
- 6-8 hair clips
- Hold hair spray firmly
Dutch Mohawk Braid Updo Instructions:
- Step 1 / Start brushing the hair straight back, away from the forehead.
- Step 2 / Take a 2 “hairline at the corner of the forehead.
- Step 3 / Turn this section together and put it on top of the head. Carefully pull and pull the hair to add a little volume in this upper section.
- Step 4 / Take a 3-inch section of hair behind the twist and divide it into three sections for the braid.
- Step 5 / Create a Dutch braid by crossing the side strands under the middle section while incorporating hair into the braid.
- Step 6 / Once all the hair has been put into the braid, continue the braid to the ends and tie it off with an elastic band.
- Step 7 / Wrap the end up to the head so that it lies next to the beginning of the braid.
- Step 8 / Insert the end of the braid underneath so that it sits under the top, twisted section.
- Step 9 / Slide the hairpins horizontally along the pigtail to secure them.
- Step 10 / Spray the hairstyle with a tight-fitting hairspray and straighten the sides and edges of the braid to remove loose hair or overflow.