In articles by Natalie Lynn Hyndman

We are loving these DNA braids, appropriately named because of its twisted helix shape resembles nucleus acid.
Similar to the fishtail but using 3 strands with a twist.
Starting on one of the outer pieces of hair then taking a smaller piece and weaving it over and under the larger ones, until it’s added to the opposite side, the process gets repeated on the other side, alternating back and forth until the desired length of braid.
The trick is that the middle section stays stationary, only working with the two outer sections, then to complete the braid for its helix finish twist the braid like a spiral.