Late Victorian Triple Braided Tuck

This tutorial is for a Late Victorian Braided Tuck Hairstyle. I hope you’ll try it!

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Let’s begin

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Step one ~ Part the front section of your hair beginning from behind your ears to the top of your head on both sides, then tie them out of the way for now.

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Step two ~ Tie your hair in a low mid pony tail.

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Step three ~ Pull the hair tie along with the pony tail up to the center of your head.

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Step four ~ Part a hole above the hair tie.

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Step five ~ Make a flip through by pulling your pony tail over and tucking it in to the hole you made before, then tighten it.

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Step six ~ With the remaining hair divide it into three braids.

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Step seven ~ Grab the front sections then twist them a little,  pin them at the back of your head near the tuck. Tuck the ends in the gap of your flip through.

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Step eight ~ Tie your three braids together at the ends,  flip them over and tuck the ends into your tuck then pin it.

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Yay! Your done. All you need now is a hair clip 🙂

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And don’t  forget your mini top hat 😉

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Jolly good!

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7 thoughts on “Late Victorian Triple Braided Tuck

  1. I did this one, minus the braids, I just tucked my hair in, and instead of letting it come out underneath I tucked it all in the bun. I used a hairclip to keep the two strands from the front inside the tuck. It looks very good too!

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  3. I’m in the school production of Pygmalion as Clara and this is the hair I’m going to get! I’m so excited; it is so gorgeous! ^.^

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