I promised you a weekend post and everyone said that they wanted another hairstyle. So I’m sharing with you guys what I did this morning. It’s so so easy and really fast even if it doesn’t seem like it! I’m always getting compliments on it. 

Here’s what you do: Start with your hair parted to the side. Pull out any pieces you want to frame your face. 

Grab a section of hair at the part to start a Dutch fishtail (remember Dutch just means you’re going to take the Strands behind each time you crossover, and not over the top!) be sure to keep the braid right at your hairline. You’ll want to bring all the pieces you’re incorporating into the braid all the way to the front rather than pulling the braid back at all. 

As you’re grabbing pieces from your fishtail, begin adding pieces from the side of your head and wrapping them loosely around into your braid. 

Continue incorporating the hair from the side into your fishtail. Be sure that you use all of the hair from the opposite side of your head when your braid is halfway done. Then you’ll just finish the braid like a regular Dutch fishtail until you reach the end of your hair. Pull it apart starting at the top of the braid (tip: if you have really long hair or a sensitive scalp you should pull apart when you’re halfway done and then again at the end!). 

That’s it! Easy peasy!  Had to throw in some pictures of my cutest babes at lunch today. You guys, Calum is obsessed with hummus! Haha I love it! 

I hope everyone is having a great weekend! Thanks so much for taking time to read this. I hope you’ll try it out and use the hashtag #tessamariehair on social media so I can check it out! 


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