A short tutorial on how to create a looped plaited style which has become quite popular with mori and classic lolita looks.

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Looped Plaited Hair Tutorial For Spring
Today I’m doing a really simple style that looks really effective: looped plaits!
Brush out your hair and separate into two even sections.
Starting just above your ear plait holding it a little away from your head so it sits out.
Roll the end of the plait up and under the start.
Pin it in place.
Take the end of the plait and push it into the start so the loose end is completely hidden.
Add more pins if you need.
Repeat on the other side, start with the plait.
Some versions of this style use a hairband at the top but I prefer pins because it makes the loops a lot rounder.
Don’t forget to hide the ends of the plait and pin it very securely.
This is what it looks like from the back.
Add some embellishments like a headband or flowers.
All done!
This style is good for a casual look or even a classic Lolita style if that’s what you’re going for.
I hope this was a useful video, please check out the blog post linked in the description for more information and tutorials.
Thanks so much for watching.

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