Braided Flower Hair Tutorial

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If you are a girl mommy, you may enjoy searching through Pinterest and YouTube for fun new ways to style your little lady’s hair. At first glance, these hairstyles may seem overwhelming and impossible but if you break it down into steps, it’s not nearly as daunting a task. I tried out this rose braid one lazy Saturday morning and it worked well for my daughter’s long length hair. Following are my step-by-step photos and directions, for the video tutorial check out: Cute Girls Hairstyles Dutch Flower Braid Updos on YouTube.

Braided Flower Hair Tutorial

1.Begin by parting slightly damp hair on the left side and combing hair flat.
1. Begin by parting slightly damp hair on the left side and combing hair flat.
2.Pick up a small section of hair and begin braiding dutch style. Continue braiding while adding small sections of hair until you’re about even with the corner of eyebrow.
2. Pick up a small section of hair and begin braiding dutch style. Continue braiding while adding small sections of hair until you’re about even with the corner of eyebrow.
3.Start turning the braid. Angling and pulling slightly toward the back of the head and adding hair from both sides. 4.	Once you have braided to the back of the ear, start pulling the braid across the head. While braiding, take tiny pieces of hair from the bottom and pull hair from mostly the top of the head.  5.	Continue braiding straight across the side of the head pulling hair from the front of face.
3. Start turning the braid. Angling and pulling slightly toward the back of the head and adding hair from both sides.
4. Once you have braided to the back of the ear, start pulling the braid across the head. While braiding, take tiny pieces of hair from the bottom and pull hair from mostly the top of the head.
5. Continue braiding straight across the side of the head pulling hair from the front of face.
6.Once you have braided all of the hair from the front of the face, start angling the braid down toward the neck. This will give the braid an S shape.  7.	Pull remaining hair into the braid one strand at a time.  8.	Once strands are all braided in, spray hair with water to dampen ends slightly. Braid ends.
6. Once you have braided all of the hair from the front of the face, start angling the braid down toward the neck. This will give the braid an S shape.
7. Pull remaining hair into the braid one strand at a time.
8. Once strands are all braided in, spray hair with water to dampen ends slightly. Braid ends.
9.Secure braid with a plastic rubber band and make a loop with ends to help hide them in the flower.
9. Secure braid with a plastic rubber band and make a loop with ends to help hide them in the flower.
10.Pull gently on the outside edge of braid to loosen, moving all the way up the entire braid.
10. Pull gently on the outside edge of braid to loosen, moving all the way up the entire braid.
11.Flip braid around in a circular motion to create your flower. Secure with bobby pins or hairpins as you are forming a circular flower shape and twist the ends into the center to hide them.
11. Flip braid around in a circular motion to create your flower. Secure with bobby pins or hairpins as you are forming a circular flower shape and twist the ends into the center to hide them.
12.Add a small clip to the center of flower to enhance it.
12. Add a small clip to the center of flower to enhance it.

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