Dutch braids are heavenly, god-like yet fierce like the Vikings of old. The style has so much to be said about it, but still so less is known about this magnificent style that is taking the hairstyle realm by storm.
Please, understand that the Dutch braids have got nothing to do with the Dutch folks at all, not even close.
A variety of the French braid, Dutch braids are termed the “Pineapple Braids” or “Inverted French Braid” and are designed by crossing the segments under, rather than over the hair. Thus, creating the 3-D effect that the hair is sitting on top of the head.
The braided side style looks mesmerizing. Pull through the hair braids to create the puffed-up big braid look. You can dorn it with flowers or beads for an added plus point to the overall style. You can see more of the coloured styles here.
Begin with a side braid and work your way down. Just like we previously said, Dutch braids and blonde hair are a heavenly combo, and there are no doubts on this one as well.
Note: Use bright bands for a clean finish.
Now, instead of trailing from top to bottom, Dutch braids can also create these astonishing Space buns by going the other way round.
You can look non-conventional and fashionable with these gorgeous space buns because they are just out of this world. So, ladies, it’s time for lift-off.
Short hairs are equivalently capable of donning a dutch braid. Don’t let the lengths discourage you. Just go for the style that you want.
The miracle of Dutch braids can only be amplified on blonde to lighter hair. Match this with thick hair that’s got tons of volume, and you end up with the most lusciously thick braids that anyone has ever seen. Pull through each braid if you want to achieve an even fuller look.