The hairstyle I'm going to show you here is actually an original. I made it up all by myself.
I started with a waterfall braid on each side and secured them together with a small rubber band. (Waterfall braid video tutorial)
Then I made another waterfall braid on each side using the same pieces of hair to go through the second braid. So it looked like parts of her hair went down through 2 braids.
Everything was secured together in the back with a rubber band. You can tell that the two sides aren't exactly even on where their braids are, but that's OK. It doesn't have to be perfect.
I didn't get a great picture of this last part, but I took all her hair together and put it in a pony tail at the base of her neck. Then I took the topsy tail, our favorite hair tool, and flipped that pony tail over, braids and all. Final touch - add a cute hairclip.
There you have it - our original waterfall braid flipped under. David took a video of me doing the waterfall braid, but it was so shaky, I think it might make you sick, so I decided not to post it on here.