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Dutch Braided Upstyle by Matrix's Daniel Roldan

Jamie Newman | November 18, 2016 | 9:36 AM
Via @d_roldan

The search for the perfect Dutch-braid upstyle has come to a close.

Matrix Artistic Director Daniel Roldan styled Dancing With the Stars dancer Peta Murgatroyd on Friday for her press days with a wraparound Dutch braid. Roldan used Matrix's Oil Wonders and Style Link line in order to achieve her look.

HOW-TO:
STEP 1: Apply Matrix Oil Wonders Volume Rose Mousse to mid length and ends of damp hair. Rough dry.
STEP 2: Once dry, spray Matrix Style Link Heat Buffer and softly micro crimp the hair. Crimping the hair allows for controlled texture, gives it a thicker feeling and better hold when braiding. 
STEP 3: Create a side part in the hair and begin Dutch braiding along the hairline. Continue until all hair is braided. Secure with pins, pull and expand (pancake) the braid. Lock in with Matrix Style Link Style Fixer Finishing Hairspray.

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