From the front, it looked like she had one of those big, Dutch headband braid thing – nothing unusual in that, but the back is what wowed me.
It looked like her half-updo ended in a 3-D fishtail braid … At closer inspection, oh yaas, I followed her just so I could look at her hair – haha – I saw that it was actually a twisted fishtail braid. Which is easy enough to do…
The girl I saw with this cute hairstyle had blonde hair. Luckily, I can make my hair look lighter – and without damaging my hair – by using a natural looking set of Ombre Hair Extensions.
For today’s tutorial, I used the 220 grams of the Weaveland remy hair extensions in the color; #t2 and 18.
Weaveland hair extensions have strong clips, which is something I look for in a good set, since I have slippery, Asian hair.
And I liked how the ends were cut softly – not bluntly – so they blend more easily with natural hair.
These were gifted to me a few months ago, and I can’t believe I’m just now trying them out because they ended up being just perfect for my own color!
They’re now my favorite brown-blonde ombre set out of all the sets that I currently have, because I love how matte the ends look.
With that said, I haven’t used these long enough to know how much these will shed in the future, or what will happen when I start washing them, but I like them just as they are right now.
I do have a discount code for you, get these while the code still works! I’m so sorry I delayed using it!
HOW TO DO A BOHO HALF-UP HALF-DOWN HAIRSTYLE | Dutch headband braid into a Twisted Fishtail
SKILL LEVEL: Medium || TIME: 10 Minutes || OCCASIONS: spring, summer, everyday, prom, wedding, school, work
|| FOR: Short, Medium, Long Hair Length || Layered, Curly, Straight, Wavy, Thin or Thick Hair
I did make a video of this, if you guys would like to see the video version of this tutorial, be sure to comment below.
- Use dry shampoo.
- Attach hair extensions if you want more length, thickness or want to make your hair lighter.
- Make a center part.
- Starting on one side, make a Dutch braid with the crown. How to do a dutch braid; create 3 strands and cross them under. Add in hair to the side-strands before crossing it under the middle strand.
- When you get to the back, tie the braid with a strand of hair in the back.
- With the ends of the Dutch braid, make a fishtail braid. How to do a fishtail braid; create 2 sections and cross over a small strand from each section. Watch this video to learn how to do a fishtail braid. Tie the ends with an elastic band.
- Repeat on the other side.
- Once you’ve made 2 Dutch braid into a fishtail braids, twist them around each other and tie the ends together.
- Pull the edges to make the braids bigger.
- Pin the crown, where the 2 braids meet so they don’t separate.
- Curl the ends with an 1″ curling-iron to create a beachy boho hairstyle.
color; #t2 and 18.
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