March 27, 2015

Dutch Accent Ponytail | Short Hairstyles

So, a few weeks ago, Bailey posted an “Outfit-of-the-Day” {OOTD} photo on Instagram of the clothing she put together and everyone commented by asking what it was that she had done with her hair. We’ve never filmed a tutorial for this hairstyle, as it was one she had been making on her own, so we decided post her video of it today!

Dutch Accent Ponytail | Short Hairstyles

I love this quick Dutch Accent Ponytail hairstyle because it is so easy to create and something you can do in under two to three minutes in the morning. It can also be done on either wet or dry hair.

You can watch the tutorial below…

 

If you know how to create a simple Dutch Braid, this tutorial will be very easy for you. You can incorporate this in any number of combinations and choose to also hair wrap the ponytail, if you wish.

Dutch Accent Ponytail | Short Hairstyles

I love seeing Bailey step into my shoes on our blog and YouTube channel. The grow up so fast, don’t they? She’s developed such a cute on-screen personality, and I think Bailey is more comfortable filming tutorials than I am! Here are a few more shots…

Dutch Accent Ponytail | Short Hairstyles

Dutch Accent Ponytail | Short Hairstyles

Dutch Accent Ponytail | Short Hairstyles

To see your own photo recreations of this style featured in our CGH-App, feel free to tag your photos on IG with: #CGHDutchAccentPony

The point of this hairstyle is for it to be simple, and easy to do, but with a super cute look. You can add a base of curls to it, add a bow or other accessory, etc, as well.

Items Needed: Brush, rat-tail comb, spray bottle, 1 ponytail holder, hairspray and accessory {if desired}.

Time Requirement: 2-3 minutes

Skill Level: Easy

Step-by-Step Instructions:

  1. Begin by picking up a medium sizes section of hair at the top near your forehead, as start a Dutch braid…
  2. Continue with the Dutch braid, adding in hair on both sides, until it reaches your ear…
  3. While loosely holding the hair, go back and pancake the elbows of the braid to your liking…
  4. Then go proceed and finish off the strands with a simple braid {a regular three strand braid}, securing it with an elastic band…
  5. Next, pull the rest of your hair up into a ponytail, high or low, depending on your taste, and don’t forget to add the braid into your ponytail before you securing it with a ponytail holder…
  6. Fee free to go back again and touch up the pancaking in the Dutch braid, and section out a few thin strands of wispy hair on the sides of the face, between the temple and ear, and at the forehead corners, to soften the look…
  7. {Optional} Add a hair wrap to hide the ponytail holder, and add hairspray and accessory.

As always, thanks again for following our posts, and if you enjoyed this easy Dutch Accent Ponytail hairstyle tutorial by Bailey, please let her know in the comment section below!

Happy Hairstyling!

So you all know that I showed you BrooklynAndBailey‘s Easter Egg tutorial from last week. What did we do with the eggs? Well, you’ll have a great time laughing as they play Easter Egg Roulette with raw and hard-boiled versions of the eggs! To watch the video, click below…

  • Alice Richardson

    One of my favourites, easy and quick

  • Mafalda Teixeira

    This hairstyle is so pretty!!

  • Ariana Henderson

    Probably my favorite hairstyle! Recently I cut my hair off ten inches, now its about the same length as Baileys. I love it short, and this hairstyle works and looks good on any day hair for me. Awesome job Bailey! <3 You all!

  • Georgia Bryant

    so pretty11

  • Alice

    Oh wow! This looks amazing bailey! BTW LOVE Your OOTD!!!!
    You look gorgeous!! xx

  • Tristen Lawrence

    This is so much fun, my kids and I have been printing off our favorite hairstyles and trying them before school every day. Such a great bonding time with my girls, and they look amazing to boot. Tried this one today, both of my girls looked adorable! Thanks for such a great post (Great job Bailey) and tutorial. I keep our printouts in a little idea book that the girls can choose from each day. Has totally taken the fight out of getting ready in the morning. Thanks again for an amazing site, hope you know the good that you are doing in the world. Your girls shine, really have a special light around them.

  • Natalie

    Would this work with long, very thick hair? I have long and extremely thick hair and would love to try this out!

  • Lomy Friends

    I tried this hairstyle at school and my friends where all talking about it !!!

  • megan

    So many girls at my school have just started this hair style thanks to Bailey.

    • mrshairdo

      Awesome, Megan! xoxo

  • Wonderful post with stunning hairstyles. Thanks for sharing this post. I think it is best for getting ready in short time. I would surely try this hairstyle.

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  • Madeline

    I think that Bailey won, sorry Brooklyn. And tell us who finally got the shower first!

  • Graceellis

    I love you guys so much

  • Michelle

    Could you do this with a French braid since I don’t know how to do a Dutch braid.

  • roshni abraham

    cute hairstyle! very nice and thank you so much for sharing. THUMBS UP!

    By the way GOOD CHALLENGE, brooklyn and bailey. you guys rock!

  • eralc

    so cute I’ve done a similar style in my hair before.
    🙂

  • hadleigh

    I love cute gila hairstyles and the ideas but I wish there where more styles for people with shoulder length hair

    • Shannon Patterson

      there are! Go into the hairstyles section, and choose any length you want, then on the right side it will have a menu of sub-choices(is that a word? :)), then you can select short or medium, depending on how long it is.