loose waves hair tutorial {video}.

Last week I asked for your feedback about which topics you’d like me to cover now that I’ve started doing videos, and how I do my hair was a definite top request.

If you’ve been a loooong time GML reader you may remember doing a hair tutorial video in the past, but it’s long gone by now. I think this one is much better as I go into more detail of my routine :)

FYI – I don’t think the captions are showing up via mobile. Nothing super important, but just so you know!

Also, you can find the “links below” listed in the details on the actual video page.


What’s your go-to hair routine? Have you ever tried doing this type of loose wave in your hair?

6 comments to loose waves hair tutorial {video}.

  • Great tutorial!! I can’t wait to try this on my hair. I’m usually just a blow-dry-and-go girl, but I’d love to add some waves.

  • OMG, could you be any cuter lol! ;)

    I loved the caption that said “I’ll show show it a bit”. I’m sure you will be answering everyone’s question with that one.

    And now I wish I hadn’t given away my curling iron when I moved two months ago… I hadn’t used it in years but now I want to try your tips!

  • You’re so adorable on camera. I’m usually awful at doing my hair so I just stick to straightening it, but might have to give this a try.

  • Before I chopped all of my hair off, I had a very similar routine. The only difference was that I used the clamp. But instead of holding it in the clamp/barrel for twenty seconds, I just wrapped it around and then pulled it through. It made the curl very natural and smooth.

    And if you haven’t liked any wand-barrels before, I would suggest using Hot Tools. I love my wand because it makes unique, kinky curls and once you muss it up, the curls look very natural.

    Love the videos! Keep ‘em coming!

  • Hannah

    Hey Gracie!
    What chain length is the speakable necklace you’re wearing in this video? I can’t decide on a length, and I like the way it looks on you here. Thanks!

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