Hey everyone. I’m Abby, from LA. And today, I’m here with Kamri. Hi. And we are going to show you how to do what we’re calling the loop waterfall braid. This is really great. A girl named Bethany send this picture in to me. So thank you, Bethany, for the idea. We figured it out, and here we go. Now, to begin this hairstyle, I’ve parted her hair in the middle, just in the front, and then tried to comb so there’s no obvious part in the back. And we have just run a straightener over her hair. She’s pretty straight anyway. Now, her hair is really silky and fine, which can be difficult to do this kind of hairstyle, because it can loosen up and slip out.
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So what I have done is just taken a little bit of my Redken Wax Blast spray wax and just barely sprayed a tiny little bit on the tops of her hair. This is going to help me as I pull her hair through. So if you’re also a fine haired girl, you might want to try this trick. If you have a curlier texture, it’s going to be very natural to do this, because it will hold and grip itself. So now, I’m going to go back. I’m going to leave a little piece right in front, because I want this to just fall by itself. I’m going to pick up a section of hair right here. So I’m leaving probably an inch, inch and a half of hair, just to frame her face. And I’m picking up a pretty good piece of hair. And then, I’m also going to take just a little bit of this is you guys are always asking me what I’m using Jonathan’s Dirt Texturizing Paste, but you can use any pomade. Just run it through the hair a little bit. Again, this is all just helping us keep the hair together and not have too many crazy flyaways as we’re manipulating this hairstyle. Now, I’m going to take this piece, I’m going to take my two fingers, my pointer and my middle. I’m going to put them in here and wrap the hair around them, and then just flip it. So you can see the shape I’m forming by doing that. So the hair goes down, and then creates a loop, and this bottom piece is ultimately going to fall straight down. So I’ll show you again, one more time. Two fingers, just wrap it around, and then just twist your fingers and it creates that looped shape, like this. Once you’ve done that, I’m going to hold my fingers through it. So you can see, I’m holding that bottom piece with my thumb. My two fingers are still in between that loop. I’m going to go back here behind her head and pick up another pretty good sized piece of hair. And again, with my left hand this time, I’m going to take a little texturizing paste and run it down those strands.
Or you can use your wax here, too, either one. Now, I’m going to grab that piece in between my fingers and I’m going to pull it through that loop. You can see. So I’m pulling it through the loop, and then I’m going to go ahead and twist it and create another loop. And in the process, I’ve, of course, dropped this last strand, right here. And just to hold this hairstyle a little bit tighter while we’re manipulating the first few pieces, I’m going to have Kam hang on to that first one. So I’m going to go ahead put my fingers back through that second loop. Hold that bottom piece again with my thumb. Pick up another piece of hair. Make sure you’re getting from the top wherever you want. Use a little texturizing paste, pomade. Run it down. And again, pull that hair through and give it a twist. Now, don’t worry if you’re getting big loops like this, because you can come back later and adjust it just by tugging on the end. But you can start to see the shapes that we’re forming as we’re doing this. So again, I’m going to pick up a piece of hair. We have a little texturizing paste. Just run it down. Grab that piece, pull it through, and give it a twist. Again, I’m not going to worry if it’s huge right now, because I can go back and adjust them in a few minutes. And we’re going to create more loops. When you’ve done your last loop, what I do you can see my last loop right here. Since you don’t want this funny loop just hanging out in the middle of nowhere, I go ahead and pull that strand all the way through. And then what I’m going to do is let it fall through, and I’m going to take a small bobby pin and I’m just going to pin it. And I’m going to hide the pins as best I can. You might see them a little bit. I’m going to cross the bobby pins so they form a nice, secure little hold right there. And you can always pull this hair up and over a little bit, or let that strand fall through right there and hide them for you.
So that anchors that last piece. And then you can go back and adjust these loops to where you like them. I don’t want them to be too tight, but I don’t want them to be so loose they’re falling, either. So when you get them the way you like them for me, that’s about like that then I come back over to this first piece that we originally started with. And again, you don’t want to leave this funky piece just hanging out doing it’s thing. So I’m going to take this bobby pin. I’m going to reach underneath that first little loop, and I’m going to secure that first piece with a couple bobby pins, as well. And again, we’re just trying to hide them as best we can. And we let that hair right there just hide them for us. And then, the rest of it falls down. And we’re finished. And let’s do the final spin. So this hairstyle is not going to be one that’s great for athletics or lots of physical activity. This is just a pretty hairstyle, that’s so beautiful that you get tons of attention over, because its gorgeous in your hair, right, Kamri? Yep. Another way to do it, just as another tip, would be to try doing it wet if you have really fine hair. Style it wet, and then it will dry looking like this, but the wetness of the hair helps hole those twists and loops a little bit better for you, too. Now, if you guys love our hair tutorials, be sure to do us a favor and click on this button right here to comment to our blog. This will give you all of our newest posts, when we film and upload every single week. Be sure to give this post a big thumbs up if you liked this post. And we will see you guys next Sunday. Bye, you guys. Bye. And you turn it to the side, and it’s this fun accent braid just running through the ponytail that really pops. But it adds a lot of dynamic to the hairstyle, which I love. You got this. Hat off, hat off. Don’t mess anything up. Yeah. I’m going to do good. I got it. Get a towel ready!