Kids Hairstyles: Double Bubble Braids

double bubble braids

Kids Hairstyles: Double bubble braids are a fun and stylish way to wear your hair. They are perfect for any occasion, and they are relatively easy to do. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to create double bubble braids in your hair:

double bubble braids


  • Hairbrush
  • Comb
  • Hair ties
  • Bobby pins
  • Hairspray


  1. Start by brushing your hair until it is smooth.
  2. Divide your hair into two sections.
  3. Braid each section of hair into a regular braid.
  4. Once you have braided each section of hair, twist the braids together to form a bubble.
  5. Secure the bubble with a hair tie.
  6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 until you have reached the end of your hair.
  7. Spray the braids with hairspray to hold them in place.
  8. Enjoy your new double bubble braids!


  • If your hair is long, you may want to braid it in two sections and then twist the two braids together to form one large bubble.
  • You can also add beads or ribbons to your braids for a more festive look.
  • If you have short hair, you can still create double bubble braids by using extensions.
  • Be sure to use a good-quality hairspray to keep your braids in place.
  • Experiment with different colors and styles to find a look that you love.

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double bubble braids

Double bubble braids are a fun and stylish way to wear your hair. They are relatively easy to do, and they can be customized to fit your own unique style. So why not give them a try?

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My new favorite kids hairstyle- double bubble braids! This hair tutorial is so easy that anyone can do it. So perfect for these hot summer days at camp.☀️ #bubblebraids #bubblebraid #bubblebraidtutorial #bubblebraidstutorial #kidshairstyles #kidshairtutorials

♬ original sound – DJ Dee Yombo

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