Diagonal Double Dutch Braids

It's hard to tell from this picture. But this is parted diagonally, from the eye on one side, back behind the ear on the other. Put one side in a ponytail to keep it out of the way. Inside-Out French Braid both sections and join together at the bottom with an elastic. There is an inside out French Braid video on the highlighted link if you need it. (I would recommend turning your sound off while watching the video. I sound like a dork and my explanation isn't helpful AT ALL. Trust me, you'll pick it up better with the sound OFF! LOL)

Make several small braids and band together at the bottom, leaving out some ends.Flip the ends back up to the top and wrap with another elastic.This has to be one of my all time favorite bows. The princess says she looks like a "perfectly wrapped birthday present" with it on. (I agree!) In case you want one just like it, I got ours at All Things Ribbon. (If you end up ordering something while you're there, be sure to type in "myprincess" at checkout for a discount.)





I heart this hairdo, so simple and sweet! And did I mention that I LOVE the bow?? Here's the direct link for the New Flower Stacks Bows from the All Things Ribbon website. And don't pay full price! Enter in "myprincess" for your discount when you're done shopping.
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15 comments:

  1. I love the simple ones. That bow is adorable.

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  2. She does look just like a princess! Thanks for another fabulous tutorial!!

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  3. I love this blog. Thank you so much for sharing your talent with us. I get so excited when I see a new hairstyle come across my reader!

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  4. Visiting you from SITS--I wish I had a girl so that I could do all these cool do's on her!

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  5. Again an adorable look. Wonderful!!

    Have a nice weekend.

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  6. You have an award waiting for you at my blog!

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  7. Wow, that's pretty cute. I was planning to have my grand daughter's hair be cut because it's long and unruly, but I'll try to do that. Thanks for sharing.

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  8. You're pics are beautiful and so is your model :)
    Great hairsyles! I wish my hands would work correctly to do just a simple braid.

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  9. I love this style!

    I watched your video and I was wondering if you could make another one on the inside-out french braid...only do it where it's on the head and not in a pony tail. Does that make sense? I just can't figure it out! Help!

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  10. Amy Loo, go back to the video post and keep scrolling :) There are 2 videos on that same post...

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  11. This is super cute, but I suck at french braiding lol.

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