Double Faux Waterfall French Braid

Here's the "double fake waterfall french braid" tutorial I promised from the other day. It's pretty much the same as our "no french braid floating waterfall braid," just taken up a notch....
unique french braidThis is a fun hairdo because just looking at it, people might think it's some type of difficult french braiding. But of course, it's super duper easy! Our little secret!!
cute hairstyle for little girlsOh, and if you want to make a fairytale princess hairstyle with the 2 braids on both sides of her head (like we did with the single no french braid waterfall) that would look adorable with these double braids as well.

Enjoy!

If you don't have a topsy tail, you can find one here.
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13 comments:

  1. Very cute! Thanks for sharing!

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  2. what a smile, this young girl is so adorable! of course her hairdo is wonderful too!
    thank you for all those great ideas!

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  3. Here by way of Happy Girl Hair blog.

    Your creations are absolutely beautiful, and your daughter is precious. :)

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  4. I love this! So simple but looks complicated. Also, you have really pretty hands.

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  5. I don't know if this has come up before or not, but I don't have that topsy-tail junior, so I just used a piece of dental floss (it was handier than my string at the time) and threaded a loop of that through a yarn needle and used that the same way you would the topsy. We used the single floating braid on each side of the head for church today-total winner!

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  6. That is so cute! And I love Melinda's floss tip too. How creative! =) Thanks so much for this, I'll be linking.

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  7. This is just adorable! My daughter Savanna would flip if I could do this, but I can't. Maybe I'll have to try though cause it is adorable!

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  8. i love thhis hairdo i will try it tomorrow morning!!! :)

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  9. If you dont have a topsy tail you can make one i did and it works wonderfully I am elven yrs old and love to create things so here are the instructions first get a stick like a tooth pick but way longer used for cooking then cover that in duct tape and get duct tape cut into thin strip and make a loop shape and attatch it to the coverd rod

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  10. It is GORGEOUS!!!

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