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Dutch Braid Bun Hair Tutorial

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I love a fun braid.  Why?  Because I still feel pretty while not having to wash and style my hair.  What’s even better is this style takes all of 10 minutes!  Easy peasy lemon squeezy.  

Here’s my dutch braid bun hair tutorial, and some fun new products to try!  

dutch braid bun hair tutorial

Here’s how to do this fun dutch braid bun hairstyle! 

  1. Part your hair down the middle from your forehead to the base of your neck.  Tie one side off and begin dutch braiding the other side. 
  2. A dutch braid is a backwards french braid.  Instead of braiding one piece on top of the other, braid UNDER.  Tie off with a clear plastic tie.  Fluff your braid by gently pulling on each strand to make wider.
  3. Begin dutch braiding the second side.
  4. Repeat step 2 for the second braid.  Nice and fluffy braids make an even prettier bun! 
  5. Twist the braids around each other to make a bun and tie off with a hair tie. 
  6. Fluff the braids a little more and pin into place.  I like to pull the edges of the braids to make the bun as wide as possible.

dutch braid bun hair tutorial

Now let’s talk about hair health.  I only wash my hair twice a week.  This allows my hair to regenerate and soak in it’s natural oils.  I’ve also been using these Garnier Whole Blends Repairing Hair Care Honey Treasures shampoo, conditioner and hair mask.  My hair is shiny, healthy, and feels amazing!  I love honey and use it often in my day to day life.  Putting it in my hair and seeing the health benefits are just another reason to love this all-natural substance.  With royal jelly and propolis added in, it’s a great combination for healthy hair.  Not to mention, my mane smells fantastic!  You can get these awesome products at Walmart.  Make sure to grab the hair mask as you’ll really see a difference in your hair! 

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dutch braid bun hair tutorial

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14 Comments

  1. This is so pretty! Great step-by-step tutorial 🙂

  2. That is such a pretty hairstyle! I’ve always been terrible at braiding my own hair, but perhaps I’ll give this one a go. I love how elegant it looks and it seems like it would be perfect for the springtime.

  3. Super cute! I’m going to have to try this! I always love wearing my hair in braids but this is definitely more fun!

  4. I’ve always loved this hairstyle but never knew how to do it (it also doesn’t help that I’m very clumsy) but your photos will help me for sure!

  5. So gorgeous Jess!!!!!!!!! I wish I could braid! haha

  6. So pretty! I’ve always loved braids, and this one looks beautiful with the bun at the end.

  7. Your hair is SO gorgeous!! I love the color and wish my hair looked that nice when it’s long. I think I’ll have to try out that shampoo/conditioner…

  8. I love that braid! I doubt I’d be able to actually do it on myself though but hey I might give it a try. I also love hair products that have honey in them. I used to use Honey and Oatmeal hair products and I loved them. I will have to try these products out.

  9. So pretty! I’d never have the patience — not to mention I barely know how to braid — maybe when my baby girls gets bigger? 🙂

  10. I’m obsessed with braids since they hold through workouts. This is a very beautiful hair style and one that can work for day or night. Thank you for sharing such an easy tutorial! And baby girl is such a cutie!!

  11. Super cute! i am the worst braider ever so as soon as I figure out how to Dutch Braid I will totally try this adorable style!

  12. This is gorgeous! I can’t get my hair long enough without cutting it to ever braid it. Hoping my daughter’s hair will grow so I can try fun things with it!

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