I teamed up with HC Cosmetology and Talk Studios Photography to bring you this beautiful Double Braided Bun Tutorial. This would be so fun for a holiday party, or date night!
Each step coordinates in sequence with the pictures above. Make sure you tag your pictures @daily_braid #daily_braid so that we can see how your hair turned out!
Step 1: Section your hair half up, half down. In the front, make a distinct part and leave out the front of your hair, bangs, etc, so that you can braid it later. You should have an even circular part around your entire head.
Step 2: Create a high bun by twisting your hair around the base, and then bobby pinning it. Leave out a thick section of hair from your bun, you will be braiding this.
Step 3: Braid the left out strand from your bun. Pancake out the braid by tugging outwards on the braid strands. This will create a fuller look.
Step 4: Wrap your braid all the way around your bun, and then pin. If it overlaps, just tuck in the left over braid underneath so you can't see it.
Step 5: You will now be french lace braiding the remainder of your hair. Start in the front, and grab three small sections. Braid them together twice.
Step 6: Combine the first to strands of hair together, so now you only have two strands. Grab a small section of hair from the outer part of your hair to create a new third strand. Braid it into the rest of the strands to start creating your lace french braid.
Step 7: Continue this pattern all the way around your head. If you have longer hair that will require you to tuck some of your hair under the braid to hide it, then that's okay. We braided my left over strands and the tucked them under the front of my braid.
Step 8: Pancake out your braid so that it looks thicker.