Dutch, Waterfall, Dutch merged braid is the newest combo braid.
I am not sure when it has happened but many things have become the funnest thing. Right when I think I’ve done them all, I suddenly think up a new one. They are so fun to do and so fun to wear because they look tricky and difficult to do.
I know I say this all the time but I hope you try some of these out because they are just so neat. When you get done it’s so rewarding to see what’s possible to create.
Here are a few of my other favorite combination braids.
- Waterfall, Dutch, French Braid Into Braided Bun
- Triple French Braid Double Waterfall Ponytail
- Double Dutch Braids and Bun
- Double Waterfall Braid and Fishtail Side Braid
- Double Waterfall Braids and Fishtail Bun
- Waterfall and Fishtail French Braid
- Triple French Braid Double Waterfall
Dutch, Waterfall, Dutch Merged Braid steps:
- Create a vertical part, about 3 inches from the forehead, down from the left to the left ear.
- Pin off the very front portion.
- Now create a second part on the left side of the crown.
- Tie this off.
- Take a section of hair, near the part, of the middle section of hair.
- Divide this into three sections and create a waterfall braid down to the nape of the neck.
- Next, let’s take a look at the first braid when you get farther down.
- Tie this now for a single braid.
- In the back section of the head on the right side, around the back of the head, and towards the left ear.
- Pull in the first braid once they line up and continue braiding into a regular side braid.
- Tie off the bottom of the braid.
- Loosen the edges by pulling on the sides.
- Carefully loosen the back dutch braid to create a bigger braid.
- Finish by pulling out some pieces in the front and setting the style with hairspray.