Braids are our favorite hairstyle, since they show a feminine, delicate and always flattering look. Making a braid is a simple and comfortable option to transform your hair in a few minutes and look great, so if you go to work, to an informal dinner or a party with friends. It’s the perfect hairstyle!
You always like to have your gathered hair to be more comfortable, but you also like to innovate in hairstyles. If you’ve already gone through the tilted braid, braid headband or which has a pin, we bring you step-by-step a braid that will cause sensation with all your outfits, Dutch braid! Do you want to know how do it yourself? Follow our tips and shows a distinct collected with braid. You’ll be gorgeous at any time of the day!
Surely you’ve heard about the Dutch braid, but when you see the result, it will become one of your favorite choices of collected for the autumn approaching. Follow our step by step and shows original styling and feel well all the girls. Keep reading!
1. The first thing you have to do, is comb your bangs or layers but you cortitas on the front of your hair; so to do this, separate the strands, do them with a comb, apply generous Elnett lacquer to fix and fasten with a few hairpins to the rear.
2. Then select a small section of hair from each side of your head and tie with a small rubber transparent at the height of the Crown. Now he departs this queue to the front so that you don’t clog and repeats the same step with rear head locks, making another small independent queue followed.
3 Take the first queue and divide it in two, so that each of the two halves fall each on one side of the second queue, which subsequently put forward and support with a clip so that you don’t clog.
4. Now, it is time to add a new section of hair to each of the two halves that we have separated and it got everything again in another queue that we will attach with another transparent rubber. Later, he returned to repeat the above steps with the queue that you had left separate up. Keep repeating these steps until you reach the nape of the neck, stay with two pigtails and there it is you hair loose.
5. When you get to the end, with the queue that has been released up, placed an o-ring at a distance of about four fingers of the last. Then, we will open a small hole above the neck just put and introduce the lock last that you remained under loose. We will put a new rubber to the last queue, thus repeating the same steps until the tips and have complete braid.
6. Finally, collect your braid with a rubber end and with fingers slightly opens the braid to make it look thicker. Remember to spray Elnett lacquer so the braid stays intact throughout the day and… ready!
How about the result? As you’ve seen, a Dutch Braid is made in the same way that a French or root, only you are braiding in the opposite direction so that the braid is highlighted. Have patience, practice much and… surprise with your collected!