I promised a video tutorial for this style exactly one year ago. Time flew by way faster than I imagined but I’m excited to finally be sharing it today.
This hairstyle incorporates two braids trailing up to two little messy buns and it’s a lot easier to do than you might think. My favorite tip is flipping your head upside down so the hair stays out of the way as you braid.
“Space Buns” was one of my very favorite styles in middle school. It was my go-to whenever I was in a pinch and needed to throw my hair into something cute.
This a really fun way to style your hair for the gym, especially with the braids, and would easily transition into an everyday style. I hope you enjoy the tutorial and be sure to let me know what you think down below in the comments!
Double Dutch Braid High Buns Supplies:
2 Hair bands
2 clear elastic bands
Double Dutch Braid High Bun Instruction:
Step 1 / Start by parting the hair wherever you normally part it. I did a diagonal part from the left side back towards the right
Step 2 / Then part the hair down the back of the head creating two halves.
Step 3 / Then tie off one side.
Step 4 / Next flip your head upside down and pick up a small section of hair at the nape of neck, dividing it into three sections for the braid.
Step 5 / Begin a dutch braid by crossing the right strand under the middle and then the left strand under the middle.
Step 6 / Now cross the right strand under the middle and then pick up a new section of hair crossing it under the middle as well.
Step 7 / Then do the same thing on the left side crossing the left strand under the middle and bringing a new section into the braid.
Step 8 / Repeat those steps crossing the side strands under the middle strand and working up the head.
Step 9 / Once you’ve brought in a section of hair at the top of the ear then just braid the section a little further down in a regular braid.
Step 10 / Cross a bobby pin over the bottom of the braid so it doesn’t unravel.
Step 11 / Then do the same thing with the hair on the left creating a second dutch braid, adding in hair until the braid reaches the ear and then braid a little further down and cross a bobby pin over the end.
Step 12 / Next combine all of the hair on the right side together and wrap a hair band once over the hair and then twist it over your dominant hand.
Step 13 / Remove the bobby pins from the ends of the braid and carefully unravel it.
Step 14 / Now flip the ponytail forwards and spread it around the hair band to form the base of the bun.
Step 15 / Then wrap the hair band twice more over this base.
Step 16 / Then gently pull on the edges to make it a little bigger and tighten it against the head.
Step 17 / Now do the same thing with the hair on the left side, creating a little bun next to the first one.
Step 18 / With the ends left sticking out, loop them back towards the hair band and tuck them in creating another loop.
Step 19 / Then bobby pin down any pieces that are sticking out and go back over the braids pulling on the edges so they’re wider.
Step 20 / Then set the style with a medium-hold hairspray.
Recently, I cut off a few inches of my hair and am excited to be posting a tutorial that is perfect for medium-length hair. I am also not wearing any extensions in this video (yay!) so that’s a bonus too!
There are tons of school dances coming up soon and I think this hairstyle would be so perfect for homecoming or the Christmas dance. Speaking of Christmas it’d also work well for a holiday office party or evening out.
The inspiration behind this look is from Lena @lenabogucharskaya on instagram. She does beautiful work and you should really check out her page if you love to browse hair accounts like I do.
I hope you enjoy this quick tutorial! Be sure to let me know what you think in the comments section down below! Thanks so much for watching! xoxo, Missy
Tucked Fishtail Braid Updo Supplies:
Tucked Fishtail Braid Updo Instructions:
Step 1 / Start by parting the hair on the right side.
Step 2 / Now take a small section from the crown and pin it with a bobby pin at the back of the head.
Step 3 / Then take another section from the right side of the head, underneath the previous one, and pin it against the back of the head.
Step 4 / Continue pinning sections of hair until all of the hair from the right side of the head is pinned at the back of the head.
Step 5 / Now take a small section from the left side of the crown, twist this towards the back of the head and pin it in place with bobby pins.
Step 6 / Next begin the fishtail braid by picking up a small section from the part line and dividing it into two sections.
Step 7 / Cross a small section from the right side over to the left and then cross a small section from the left over to the right side.
Step 8 / Now cross a small section from the right side over to the left side and then pick up a new section of hair and cross it over to the left side as well.
Step 9 / Then do the same thing on the left side, crossing a small section over and then pick up a new section and cross it over to the right side as well.
Step 10 / Now just repeat those steps, continuing the braid down the left side of the head and then curve the braid towards the back of the head.
Step 11 / Once all of the hair is brought into the braid then just braid the section to the ends and cross two bobby pins over the bottom so it doesn’t unravel.
Step 12 / Now go back over the braid and pull on the edges to make it a little bit bigger.
Step 13 / Then I’m going to lay the braid back over itself and pin it with bobby pins.
Step 14 / Then tuck the ends of the braid underneath the hair at the crown and pin it in place with bobby pins.
I’m back with another Halloween tutorial! In today’s video, I’m sharing how I created this intricate hairstyle for a woodland fairy. I found this floral crown online and knew I had to use it for a Halloween tutorial this year. Fairy’s are such cute, little creatures and I think it would be so fun to fly around a forest with little fairy wings. I found a few different pictures for inspiration and ended up combining them all together for today’s tutorial. I hope you enjoy it!
Step 2 / Then divide the hair on the left into two sections, a top and bottom section and then clip away the bottom hair.
Step 3 / With the top create a waterfall braid by picking up a section near the part and dividing it into three pieces. Cross the side strands over the middle and begin adding in hair to the top portion of the braid. Then drop down the bottom strand and bring a new section into the braid in its place.
Step 4 / Continue the waterfall braid down the left side of the head until it reaches the back of the head.
Step 5 / Then braid the section a little further down and cross a bobby pin over the bottom.
Step 6 / Now create a french braid underneath the waterfall braid bringing the waterfall sections into the braid. Once all of the sections are brought in then braid the hair a little further down and secure the bottom with a bobby pin.
Step 7 / Now create another french braid starting from the right side of the head and curving the braid around the back of the head.
Step 8 / Then go back over the braid and pull on the looped pieces until the braid is really big and full.
Step 9 / Now create another french braid underneath it, adding in hair until the braid reaches the back of the right ear.
Step 10 / Then braid it a little further down and go back over the braid pulling on the looped sections to make it twice as big before sliding a bobby pin over the end.
Step 11 / Now pin the braids from the right side to the back of the head with bobby pins so they stay in place.
Step 12 / Then take the two braids from the left side and lay them over the top, pinning them in place at the back of the head.
Step 13 / With the remaining hair create a regular three strand but to make it look more intricate wrap one of the side sections around the entire braid before crossing it over the middle.
Step 14 / Then go back over the braid and pull on the edges to make it extra big and messy looking.
Step 15 / Tie off the braid with an elastic band and tighten the bottom of the braid so it slides up and hides underneath the wrapped sections.
Step 16 / Then to finish off the costume add flower crown to the front of head with bobby pins.
Since it’s finally October I’m excited to be sharing my first Halloween tutorial for the year. I am excited about this Viking warrior costume because I really wanted to focus on the hairstyles for my tutorials. I love how many braids are included in this one and especially love how different it is for me. It’s always fun for me to step out of my comfort zone and stretch myself a little bit so I really hope you enjoy it. Let me know what you think in the comments below! Thanks for watching! xoxo, Missy
The french braid, pulled loose so it stands out combined with a low bun is a great style to have in your beauty routine. I love it for everyday but it’s also a great style for work at the office or out for a special event. Pretty hair accessories are one of my weaknesses and I added a pretty gold wire hair comb to dress this one up a little bit. Let me know what you think in the comments down below!