Double Stacked Waterfall Braid

Hi everyone!

Today I’m going to show you how to create this cute, double-waterfall braid. (Big thanks for my sister who modelled for me today 👍)

It’s actually fairly simple if you already know how to waterfall braid, and can be mastered with a bit of practice. For a tutorial on a regular waterfall braid, see my tutorial here.


Items needed: 1-2 small rubber elastics, (an alligator clip or regular hair clip for DIY)

Time: 5-10 minutes

Difficulty: Medium


1.) Begin with your hair down and parted to one side (you’ll need a side part so you have enough hair to do both braids)

2.) This braid will work better on straighter hair, so if you have curlier hair like my sister here you may want to pull out your straightener quickly for a more defined look.

3.) Now pick up a small section of hair at the front of your hair and start a regular waterfall braid

Here’s a video on a regular waterfall braid:

4.) Keep braiding until you reach the back of your head. Secure with an elastic for now…

5.) Next, pick up all the dropped waterfall strands and clip them up and over your braid so that they’re out of the way..

6.) Start another waterfall braid beneath your first one, only now when you add in hair from the top only grab a single waterfall section and add that into the braid. Repeat until you reach the back of your head and secure both of the braids..

And you’re done!

I hope you liked this hairstyle! What kind of hairstyle post would you like to see next??

Also, don’t forget you can shop from my new scrunchie store here! (;

See ya next time!

~Clare (:

6 thoughts on “Double Stacked Waterfall Braid

    1. Thanks McKenz, so happy you like it!
      I’m sure you’d be amazing at braiding with a bit of practice! Feel free to browse some of our beginner tutorials, that might help you out. (:

  1. So pretty! I still need to master the normal waterfall braid, but I really like the look of the double one as well!

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