This flower hairstyle is unusually beautiful and will look great in any setting! Although it seems difficult, it is not so difficult to make it, especially if two people are involved in the weaving process. Do not forget to prepare a comb, water in a spray bottle and a lot of pins. So, let's begin.
Step by step scheme of weaving Dutch braids
To get started, prepare your hair, sprinkle it with water. Comb the most of the hair on the right side of the head. The scythe will start from the parting, then move to the upper part of the head, and then go down along its right side.
Weave braids for eversion
The strand of hair is divided into 3 parts. Begin to weave the braid from the parting towards the right ear. Her weaving technique is very simple: a French braid is woven only for eversion or, as it is also called “inside-out braid”, that is, additional strands are removed down under the braid.
After you reach the tip of the eyebrow, turn the braid and braid along the back of the head towards the opposite (left) ear.
To make the braid neat, weave into it all the hair from the top of the head, and from the bottom take only those that are directly under the braid. Then the spit will lie where needed. The rest of the hair below will be used later. They will be fed into the braid when you do a reverse coil around the head. If the hair does not shine volume, you can make one turn.
Continue to weave the inverted braid around the head and lead it along the back of the opposite ear. Make sure your hair is tight and move forward slowly so that it doesn’t break loose. When you reach the left ear, turn the braid down - so that it goes further along the left side of the neck.
Now continue to weave the braid along the lower hairline, now grabbing all the lower hair. Braid until you reach the other side of the head. Upward spit lead is not necessary. Then weave it loosely, at the end secure the hair with a rubber band.
Making a flower from a braid
We are going to make a bundle, starting from the outside. To make it look like a flower, you need to wrap the braid around the middle of the nape. How to do it?
Hold the braid with your left hand, and with your right hand, lift the free end of the braid up and lay it spiral inside the braid. Hide the end of the braid inside the flower and secure it with a hairpin. Put your fingers under the bundle, and fasten the end of the braid with another pin on the opposite side. Then secure the bundle with studs on all sides.
Sprinkle your hair again when finished. Make sure that the beam is well kept in place and that all studs are hidden from view. And so, a beautiful hair style flower-based braid is ready. If desired, decorate it with a bright hairpin.