How to dutch fishtail braid for beginners

Hairdresser doll, with 2 dutch fishtail braids, one on each side.

Double dutch braids are really popular right know, but there are a lot of braids you can do in the similar style. So today I’m showing you how to do double dutch fishtail braids! If you don’t know what a fishtail braid is, then check out my older blogpost here, on “How to fishtail braid for beginners” or scroll further down on this page to find the video tutorial and start there, before trying out this dutch fishtails it is more advanced. It does take a while to do, because, in a fishtail braid you take really small sections, but I think its definitely worth the time!

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If you are a complete beginner to braids, then check out my How To Braid For Beginners” playlist!


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