Dutch, Waterfall, Dutch Braided Braiding is the latest Combo Braid.
I’m not sure when it happened, but suddenly combining several braids into a hairstyle has become funniest thing. Just when I think that I have done everything, I suddenly think about a new one. They are so funny and funny to wear, because they are tricky and difficult to make, but really easy to break if you break them into a single braid.
I know I say that all the time, but I hope you try some of them because they are so nice. When you’re done, it’s so rewarding to see what you can create.
Here are a few of my favorite braids.
- Waterfall, Dutch, French Braid in Braided Bun
- Triple French Braid Double Waterfall Ponytail
- Double Dutch braids and rolls
- Double Waterfall Braid and Fishtail Side Braid
- Double waterfall braids and fishtail buns
- Waterfall and Fishtail French Braid
- Triple Room French Braid Double Waterfall
Dutch, Waterfall, Dutch Merged Braid Steps:
- Make a vertical part, about 3 inches from the forehead, from the part to the left ear.
- Disconnect the front part.
- Now create a second part from the back of the crown to the neck on the left side.
- Take that off.
- Take a section of hair near the middle section of the hair.
- Divide this into three sections and create a waterfall up to the neck.
- Next, skip the front pegged hairline and create a Dutch pigtail that will bring the first pigtail down.
- Tie this now single braid off.
- Lower the back and create a Dutch braid that runs from the back of the head on the right side, around the back of the head and towards the left ear.
- Pull in the first plait as soon as it straightens and continue braiding into a normal braid.
- Tie the bottom of the braid.
- Loosen the edges by pulling on the sides.
- Gently loosen the back Dutch braid to get a bigger braid.
- Finish by pulling out some parts at the front and adjusting the style with hairspray.