Dirndl Hairstyles: How to Avoid that Cliche, “St. Pauli Girl” Look
When most people hear German girl in a dirndl they immediately think of the St. Pauli Girl with her pigtail braids, big ta-tas and blue & white dirndl. But those of us who wear dirndls all the time, know that pigtail braids are a little too cliche for our taste. We’ve been checking out some modern braiding tutorials on YouTube and here are our favorites that you should totally try with your dirndl.
#1 The Basics: This is a great video that demonstrates a classic braid, French braid and Dutch Braid
#2 Classic: Here is a great video that shows how to make simple and quick side Dutch braid. This is super popular right now and excellent for long and medium hair.
#4 10 Super Easy Hairstyles: I don't know how you will choose among these stylish hairdos! This video is really a treasure and most importantly - all of these can be easily done even if you've already had a pre-game schnapps.
#5 Braids for Short Hair: I didn't forget about you! If you're thinking "Ah Schnitzel! How do you think I can do all these on my short hair?" - this one is for you! I already tried it and it literally took 2 minutes. Now it's your turn. And this Oktoberfest hairstyle tutorial is from German girl… so you know it’s good!
#6 Just like winter… Oktoberfest is coming! Already miss GOT? Then you’d better try these hairstyles inspired by the best show ever (who will argue?). They're all great to wear with a dirndl!
#7 Double Dutch Braid: This is a cool look and a really fun take on the traditional 2 French Braids that lots of girls wear with their dirndls.
#8 Faux Mohawk Pull-Apart Braid: My sister rocked this braid before and I'm not going to lie... she looked like a badass! Not really a look you can do yourself, but I think it's super cool and would look really sweet with a dirndl.
It's so easy to look fabulous in a Rare Dirndl!
From the dirndl to the blouse, bloomers and accessories, we've got you girl.
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As always, ideas and opinions expressed in this post are entirely my own. - Erika