How To Single Dutch Braid Your Own Hair

Blonde girl seen from the back with a dutch braid in her hair. Blonde girl seen from the back with a dutch braid in her hair.

Today you are going to learn how to single dutch braid your own hair for beginners. This is such a practical braid to know and it only takes minutes to do once you learn the hand placement and how to add in hair. There are 2 ways of adding hair to the braid, either before or after crossing the strand you are working with, under and into the middle. So if this way of adding hair that I’m showing in this video, doesn’t work for you, then check out my other “How to dutch braid your own hair” tutorial here. If you try out a single dutch braid, then let me know how it goes!

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