πŸ’— Dalva Ultima Collagen | Quick and Easy Crochet Braid Hairstyles! πŸ’—



Welcome back to my channel if you’re new welcome my name is Jerry and today I’m gonna be showing you guys how I got these two hairstyles.

One is a top bun real messy with like two strands in the front and then the second is like a sort of high ponytail very basic but I found a new technique to do this like super super quick you know like you need to like get in and get out the house real quick.

We’re starting off with freshly washed hair my hair is moisturized and sealed in whatever I am transitioning from getting relaxers so I’m kind of still getting used to my texture because I’ve not handled my texture in years and so like I’m just used to kind of just blow-drying my hair straight at this point and then handling it that way but I’m gonna start off with gelling my hair up.

I am using my edge booster gel this thing is strong you guys.
I would say you sort of got to work quick because when it dries it gets stiff and it sticks in place but it doesn’t like get as she or start like flaking or anything that’s why I really love this.
Anyway after I got my ponytail where I wanted to be at it’s basically just gonna be at the top of my head at first.
I’m just gonna braid my hair and loop it around and basically take another elastic band to put it in place and I’m gonna take the hair gel.

The hair that I’m gonna be using today it’s from Ebonline is Dalva Ultima pre loop crochet hair in the style deep wave and as you guys can see it’s very shiny thick and it’s super super soft.

It’s pre looped like I said and this is how the pre loop looks basically they sent me a crochet hook as well as some little you know clips to put in my hair to kind of like jazz it up a bit.
Once you see the pre loop I’m gonna show you guys how to work with it.
Basically you pull down there’s like a twist on it you’re gonna pull it down and it’ll make the loop bigger that way you can fit your crochet hook in it and pull your hair through and basically just loop it like usual.

You guys this is super freaking easy a bun like this usually it takes me an hour to do completely because the hair was pre looped and so easy to work with.
It took me literally 30 minutes tops and I was out the house you know.

So basically you guys see me just crocheting the hair around the bun and I’m not putting it on top of the bun because that’s how the hair is gonna fall out.
You’ll see later we’re just gonna wrap it around the bun and it’s gonna work out way way way easier than trying to like put it on top of our own bun.

As you guys can see I’m just putting so

me more crochet hair in I only used one pack for this bun pretty much.
You could have used half a pack that I wanted my bun to be kind of thick you know and so after that I just fluffed the hair out.


I look ridiculous here but I fluffed it out and then I just started to wrap the hair around my original bun covering the bun entirely from the front to the back.
Very easy and like one step and then I’m just gonna pin the hair in place and start styling my baby hairs and after I stop my baby hairs I’m gonna wrap it up and start pulling out my little two strands that I want to be in the front.
The way that I picked the two strands was just random honestly I just pulled out the strands that I’m that I thought might look good and I just pulled it out and started to fluff my own hair out and started to like you know cut pieces I felt weren’t shaping pineapple bun the way I wanted it to be then I just used these clips to hold it in place and this is the final look you guys pretty easy right.

Super easy super quick very effortlessly messy and cute.

Now I’m going to move on to an even easier ponytail method you guys like this is super freaking easy.

You’re gonna start off with an elastic band you’re gonna want to use two bundles and take that pre looped hair and basically wrap it around or loop it around the elastic band.
You’re gonna use two bundles you guys, two.

This is just gonna make sure your ponytail comes out thick you would rather it to look too thick rather than too thin.
In this case just because if it looks too thin your real hair is going to start to show through and you’re gonna you know you’re not gonna like your ponytail so you need to look a little bit thick.
I tried to like you know do a little ombre effect with the hair wasn’t really working out I ended up just cutting it to make it all look even but don’t mind me.

I basically just took my button-down and pulled my hair down a little bit because I didn’t want my pony tail to be too high put it into a braid and then I was to loop the elastic band around my ponytail starting from the back then I pulled it forward and I tied in the elastic band it’s gonna be hard to explain.

I basically tightened it and looped it again in the second clip because I realized I did it wrong the first time and I added my hair and pulled it over that way it completely covered my hair.

I hope that made sense if it didn’t make sense mute me and just watch my hands and that’s like how you’re gonna learn how to do it super easy super quick and it really works you guys and I had no problems with my hair you know coming through or anything like that and that’s it.


I hope you guys enjoyed this video if you learned a little bit like some hacks on how to like play with crochet hair and make new hairstyles new and quicker hairstyles but without further ado thank you guys for watching hope you enjoy.










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