Knotted Loop Waterfall Braid Hairstyle for Short and Long Hair Tutorial

Hey guys, me hair ever since I uploaded this knotted waterfall braid a few months ago a lot of you have asked how you could wear the braids securely without having to tie it into a ponytail. So in this post. I’m going to show you exactly how to do it. So that your knots will never come undone without further ado let’s begin since.

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I’m going for that boho look today I decided to curl my hair now. I’m just parting my hair. So that most of it is on one side pick up some hair another front of your face and divide it into two equal sections to start the knotted waterfall you want to create a left to right knots we’ll take the left strand place it over the right strand then you want to wrap it around and tie it in a knot. So the right strand never moves is just the left strand afterwards you just want to pull it up and put the right strand in your mouth pick up a new strand of hair right next to it and do the same thing. So now this new strand is the left cross it over the right loop it through and hold the right strand in your mouth again you want to pick up some hair cross it over the right strand tie it in a knot then put the right strand in your mouth now you just want to continue this braid all the way around your head which is what I did in the first post. But for this look. I’m just going for a side-swept style.

So I’m only going to do it to one side of my head to end the braid just stick a bobby pin in the last knot for the next step you’ll need a few bobby pins and what you want to do is you want to open them and insert them in each knot make sure to use bobby pins that are new and tight. Because, if you use old loose ones they’re going to fall out and the braid will ultimately unravel. So stick with a nice tight one. So that your braid will be nice and secure when you’re done your knotted waterfall braid should look something like this, and you can definitely leave it alone. But what I like to do is I like to tug on it and pull it out a bit to create some volume. So this is what it looks like when you pull it out a bit let me know which look you guys prefer the nice and tight one or the one that’s loose and carefree. Because there’s a little bit of a difference anyways I hope you guys enjoy this tutorial, if you did don’t forget to give this post a thumbs up and, if you ever recreate it don’t forget to hashtag me on Instagram and Twitter.

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