There's no reason to stick with a single braid hairstyle when you can double the fun.
Double braiding is an easy way to quickly update a boring, lifeless hair. Also, for fine hair, you can manipulate an extra braid to give you more volume and texture. For thick hair, you can minimize the appearance of frizz with braids.
The combination is endless. Gather some inspiration below and start braiding!
Inspiration: Double Braid with Messy Bun
This hairstyle is really cute for going to class, running errands or a day at the beach. From the photo above, Amber Fillerup, mixed and matched two different types of braids (dutch and fishtail) at the crown of her head. Then pulled her hair back into a messy bun.
Separate your front hair and set it aside. Then pull your hair back into a messy bun. Take the hair from the front section and create two braids (one on top of another). Gently pull the outer edges of the plait for a fuller braid.
Inspiration: Two Braids Into One Big Braid
If one single braid is too flat and small you can make a big braid with this technique.
Separate your hair into two section. Make a 3-strand braid for each section. Then combine it into a big braid.
Inspiration: Double Front Braid Ponytail
Make a dutch braid at the front. Take a section below the front braid and make a 3-strand braid. Combine the two braids and tie your hair into a ponytail.