It can easily be dressed up or down and is perfect as one of those ‘running late, but still want to have a nice hair’ type hairstyles, if you know what I mean. 😉
Items needed: 1-2 hair ties, and a few bobby pins
Time: 5-8 minutes (depending on your dutch braiding skills, it will take either more or less time. 😉 )
2.) Start a basic dutch braid now, only it will be more of a lace dutch braid as you will only add in hair from the top section..
3.) Once you reach near the back of your head stop adding in hair. With one hand holding the strands of hair, pancake the braid with the other hand by tugging on the outer edges of the braid.
5.) Next, you can either do a dutch braid on the opposite side of the head as well, or you can simply gather up some hair from the side of the part all the way to the back of your head (which is what I did) to tie into a ponytail with the dutch braid.
And you’re done!
Well that’s all I have for today, I can’t believe it’s already the end of October!
Have a great All Saints Day tomorrow (does your family do anything special for the feast day?), and enjoy the rest of your week!