5 Easy Steps: Dutch Braid Faux Hawk

Step #1:

Tip your head back and divide the hair in three equal sections, 1-2 in (2.5-5 cm) away from the hairline. You work the Dutch-braid technique underhanded, so hold your fingers upward. Take the left section underneath into the middle. This is your new middle section.

Step #2:

Take the right side section and go underneath the middle section. This is your new middle section.

Step #3:

Add hair as you work toward the nape. First add a small section of hair on the left side into your left section and take that whole section into the middle. Repeat on the other side and keep alternating.

Step #4:

When you don’t have any more hair to add, continue doing a normal three-strand braid. Secure the ends with a hair elastic.

Step #5:

Pull on each side of your braid to create bulk and fullness. Finish this look by pulling your hair upward at the hairline and hairspraying it.

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