Sunday, 29 May 2011

Looped Braids Hairstyle Tutorial

As requested, I've put together a little tutorial! I really enjoyed making it, and I hope to make another in the future.

Please try it out, and if you have any suggestions for improvements, let me know in the comments.


Here's a couple more pictures of the end result:

Thank you again, and bye for now!


  1. Thank you so much for your effort, you're my hero now! n___n" I'll try it out as soon as possible. It looks lovely. ♥
    I hope everything went well with your collection. :)

  2. I really like that hairdo and usually do it too for more casual coordinates. I think this particular style looks great on you. It is also very easy to do oneself. I'm not very handy with hair styles if complicated but i can do this one. Your instructions were very complete, precise and there are some adorable moments/frames there too. ^_^;
    Lovely post, as usual <3

  3. Thank's a lot! I really love this hair style and now I have a long hair so... I'll give it a try! ;)

  4. Thank you, that's a really cute style! Soon as my hair's a little bit longer still (growing it out now) I'll definitely try it. :)

  5. Thanks for the detailed tutorial! I can't wait to give it a try.. you make it easier than it seems, to pin hair (or maybe my hair just has waay too much volume XD)

    <3 Thanks!

  6. Oh thank you so much for this tutorial! I have very thin and straight hair and usually when I braid it the braids come out so tiny and flimsy ;_; I'm going to try this hairstyle for my next meet-up! I've been into braids a lot lately :D

  7. This is really cute! It doesn't look too complicated either so I'll definitely try it sometime!

  8. Hanae Fayette~
    Aww, you're very welcome! Thanks for your sweet comment.

    I get a bit baffled by complicated hairstyles, but luckily simple ones like this can be just as effective <3

    Mrs. Mercury~
    You're welcome and good luck!

    I can imagine this style is perfect on you!

    Rocky O~
    I know pinning is the most troublesome part! Crossing the pins in an X-shape really makes them secure though, and you might need to use extra ones if you have super-thick hair.

    Hanabira Keiko~
    You're welcome! I really love braided styles, I want to come up with some new ones in the future.

    Yes, it's quite simple, so please give it a go :)

  9. Thank you so much for this tutorial! Your comb in the third step is really cute.


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