This hairstyle is for chin-length to shoulder-length hair, and is perfect for a Spring day spent outside in the wind.
As always, begin with a spritzing of sea-salt texture spray to ensure grip and make those braids stay. It really does make braiding short hair much easier:)
Part your hair across the back of your head, from the top of on ear, straight across to the top of the other.
Beginning on the top section, on your right side, start a dutch braid and guide it straight across the back of the head. Once you have added all the hair in from the section, continue your braid to the ends and secure with a clear elastic.
Now take the end of your braid, and roll it back toward the right, flat against the head, tucking in the tail. This will create a bitty little braid bun of sorts. Pin your bun into place, snugg-ly underneath your dutch braid.
On the underneath section of hair, do a dutch braid that begins on the left side and goes across the back of the head on the opposite direction, adding in all the rest of the hair. Braid to the end, and secure with a small clear elastic. Now roll the end of your braid back in the opposite direction, flat against the head. Tuck in the end, and pin your little flat braid bun into place, snugg-ly under your second braid.