DIY Double Dutch Braid Bun

It’s been a while since we last posted a something about hairstyles. That’s why in today’s post we will show you how to DIY Double Dutch Braid Bun. Its looks a bit messy while doing it, so it doesn’t matter too much if you mess up. It is supposed to look like you kinda just threw it together.

It is one of those styles that you can’t really mess up because it has an “undone” feel to it. It can be as messy as you want it to be. A double dutch braided bun for those days you’re ready to try something new.  Take a peek how to DIY Double Dutch Braid Bun.

Below are the steps for this style

  1. Dutch braid both sides of a middle part and tie them off with a clear elastic.
  2. Pull apart/pancake both braids to make them nice and chunky.
  3. With the remaining hair in back, section off a small section (about three inches starting from the bottom of your hairline) and braid that into a three-strand braid.
  4. Take the hair above the braid you just made and the two Dutch braids and create a messy bun.
  5. Wrap the three-strand braid around the messy bun.
  6. Pin the ends in place and hairspray. And you’re done!

DIY Double Dutch Braid Bun

DIY Double Dutch Braid Bun

Source: Lauren Conrad

Here is another example how to DIY Double Dutch Braid Bun, but less messy this time.

When models hit the runways the braids are always perfectly intricate, easily disheveled, and sleekly sophisticated. Copying them exactly can be quite the struggle but this particular hairstyle is easy to recreate only needing a little bit of dutch braiding, two elastics, and a few hair pins.

The style is done by splitting the hair in half down the center of the head. Next the hair is braided into two dutch braids and secured at the end with an elastic band. The tails are then crossed over each other and wrapped back up and over each other to form the braided bun at the nape of the neck. I hope you enjoy this look!  Check out this Video for more details.

DIY Double Dutch Braid Bun

Source: Missy Sue

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