A Dutch braid is a great hairstyle for women who want to look elegant but also have the time to spend on their hair. This article will give you tips and tricks for how to do a Dutch braid, as well as suggestions of where you can get ideas from if you are not sure how to style your hair. Read on!
This hairstyle is perfect for any occasion, and there are many variations of it depending on your preference and the length of your hair! Whether you’re looking to add some new looks into your routine or just want something simple that holds all day, the Dutch braid may be the right choice for you. It’s also a great way to keep long hair tamed without having to put it up in an everyday ponytail or bun!
Tight Dutch Braids on Yourself
Dutch braiding is a great way to get the hair out of your face, but it also looks stylish. This style can be done in many different ways and with any length of hair! I’m going to show you how to do it step by step.
- First, separate the hair into three sections: one on top, one in the middle, and one on the bottom.
- Next, take the section from the top, cross it over so that there’s an X shape at the bottom of this section (right above where your hand is holding). The right strand will go over and under the left strand then vice versa. Make sure these strands are not twisted around each other just crossed like an x shape.
Dutch braids typically start with three sections of hair in the back of your head. You then take one section in each hand and cross them over each other onto the opposite side of the head, making two new sections that are now at the top. Keep going until all strands have been crossed over each other; make sure there’s enough left at the bottom so it doesn’t show when pulled tight.
How long does the Dutch braid last?
A Dutch braid usually lasts up to two weeks depending on how often you wash your hair. If you’re washing every day, then it could last one week (or less) because each day will loosen the hold slightly more than if you were only washing.
A Dutch braid is a type of plait that’s made by weaving hair from the middle of the head to the outer edge and then back up to the other side. This style can be done on wet or dry hair. Dutch braids are often used as a protective hairstyle for long-haired women who wish to keep their locks out of their faces while they work.