6. Messy style
When you are braiding your locks, there is no need to keep them extremely neat. If you like making statements with your hair, messy braids can do the trick. Keep the top part neat and the bottom messy.
7. Amazing basket
Adding other styles to the Dutch braids is a great idea. However, such complicated options as this zipper braid basket require outside assistance. You might want to ask your hairstylist to give such an option a try.
If you are not into braiding, you can get the same effect by making twists. You’ll need some hair gel and strong hands to do the twisting and to make it stay neat. Use hair clips to keep the hairstyle in place.
When you first try the Dutch braids, we recommend you go for the classics. Two neat braids on each side of your head are what makes a classic hairstyle. Keep the braiding until you reach the ends.
Creating two braids that run down your head and end below your shoulders can go pretty far. There is no need to keep to the classical location and braiding method. Make two unique braids and call them Dutch.