How To: Dutch Headband Braid

Fotor0922164846Here’s another really easy (once you’ve mastered the way of passing the hair around) and cute hairstyle , that once you’re confident doing it, you can perfect in 5 minutes! Like most braids, you start out with three strands.

I’ve taken a small section from my part, and parted it into three strands.The key to this braid is passing the hairΒ underneathΒ the other strands you have, unlike other braids where you go over. This makes the braid stand out from the rest of your hair.Fotor0922163623So obviously I have started out the braid by regularly braiding, but passing the hair underneath. Then, like a french braid, you grab an extra small section of hair and add it in with the piece you are about to move over. Then you bring it into the middle.

Once you’ve started adding little sections of hair and moving them underneath the other two strands, the braid will start to form and be 3D.

Once you’ve braided as much as you’d like, or for as long as your hair is, you can stop adding sections and simply finish the braid off like a simple three strand braid.DSCN2301 (2)Then you just have to secure the braid with a hair elastic, and bobby pin it underneath the rest of your hair. If you’d like your hair to look a little bit thicker you can just lightly pull at the strands, and it immediately looks so much thicker. You can also choose to pull out and random strands around your face if you prefer a more undone look. Once you’ve perfected it to how you’d like to wear it, you’re done!


I hope you guys enjoyed this tutorial and it helped you out! Let me know if you’d like me to do any other hair tutorials in the comments below!

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10 thoughts on “How To: Dutch Headband Braid

      1. Awh, thank you – as are you!!! ❀ Ooh I never actually thought of that! Could work very well, hmmm – think I need to get practising πŸ˜‰ XX

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