Good morning everyone! I leave for the states in approximately 2 weeks to travel back to the states again. I have mentioned before, I really don’t like packing (not to mention, I’m horrible at it). I don’t like packing a suitcase for a lovely vacation, let alone packing my entire house to move. If only I had a few organizing genes in my blood. Unfortunately, this is not my gift. I do, however, have a lovely hair tutorial for you!! You can see where my priorities lie!
It is called the front side dutch braid. I am fairly certain this look can be worn on all types of hair. Long, short, thin thick. It is pretty versatile. And braids almost always look beautiful, so that’s a bonus! It is perfect for summer and you can mix it up with a side or low pony if it’s just too hot outside.
I do not have a video tutorial for you today. However, I do think that it is an easy enough style to be explain through pictures. So here ya go!
- Start with braiding a dutch braid (I call it inside-out braid), down one side of your head. I left out my bangs, but if you don’t have any or don’t want to leave them out, it would be easy to just do a braid. I braid all the way down and secure with an elastic.
- Tease your hair starting with the hair right behind the braid and continuing all the way back to where you will be pinning. I pinned mine just above the nape of the neck.
- Instead of braiding the other side, which you could if you wanted to, I just took a piece of hair from the front and draped it down to meet the braid in the back.
- I twisted the two a bit and pinned into where I had teased and voila, you’re done!