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  • Karen Hesse

    braided flower hair. Flower girl hair!

  • Amber Banks

    wedding hair - braided flower bun

  • Tigant

    How to do a Braided Flower Hair Style I love this hairstyle

  • Arianna G

    French braid flower bun, gorgeous!!

  • Jaqueline Calås

    Here is a super cute idea to make the Dutch flower braid updo hairstyle. Isn’t that gorgeous? The braids collect all the hair and gradually twist into a beautiful flower bun. It looks elegant on ladies and cute on little girls. You can use this braided flower bun by itself, or make a …

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Start this like a regular braid, but drop the top piece through to the bottom and leave it there. Gently twist the 2 pieces you’re left with upward. Add a new 3rd piece in between + drop it through. Twist again and repeat. Keep going until you get to the back. Tie it with a clear elastic, tuck the end under, and secure with a bobbypin.

Upside down Dutch braid - Super cute

Braid Maid 2 minute Hairstyles tutorial DIY hair

Braided bun, put a few jewels into it! Perfect wedding hair, or put vail on top of the bun! :) SUPAH CUTE

Crown braid. A HOW TO on website: Part hair on side & braid front section of hair. Loosen up braid. Pin into place. Then tie rest of hair into low pony tail behind nape of neck. Pin ponytail into a chignon. Secure w pins. Tuck end of braid into chignon.

the flower is just the braid spun in a circle with the out braid pieces pulled out a little.

Have I already pinned this? Its just so stunning. My hair never holds a braid crown

loose waves, tight braid from strands behind ears pulled back and ends tied together with symmetrical braid from other side, tied tightly. Hair left down at the back pulled up near the routes at the top of the head to give a slight beehive.