Triple Flip Combo

Today, Kamri and I will teach you how to create a Triple Flip Combo.  This combination uses techniques we’ve shown you here before…..a series of flip-unders and a pull-through braid.

Triple Flip Combo | Pull Through

Triple Flip Combo | Flip Unders

Kamri LOVES this hairstyle.  If you know anything about her, she simply loves these easy combos! Previous Tutorials:  Flip Unders and Pull-Through Braid

Triple Flip Combo | Easy Hairstyle

Triple Flip Combo | Cute Hairstyles

Triple Flip Combo | Pull Through Braid

Inspiration for this braid came from our friend @HudaBeauty on Instagram.  To see your own photo recreation of this style featured in our app, feel free to tag your photos on IG using #CGHTripleFlipCombo

Items Needed: brush, rat-tail comb, spray bottle, 10 small hair elastics, hairspray {if desired}

Time Requirement: 5-7 minutes

Skill Level: Medium

Step-By-Step Instructions:

  1. Begin by parting the hair. (Kamri prefers slightly off center)
  2. Starting at the back of the head and section the hair in three sections.  Two side sections (from front to just behind the ear) and one middle.  The back/middle section should be bigger than your sides.  (see video for details)
  3. Working with the middle section, smooth the hair with fingers or comb and secure with a small elastic.  The elastic should be loose and sit at the middle of the neck.
  4. Next, create a hole just above the elastic and flip the ponytail through & under.  (see video for details)
  5. Take one of your side sections and repeat steps 3-4.
  6. Now repeat on the other side section.  You should now have 3 sections of hair that you created a flip under ponytail.
  7. Next, take one of your side pieces and tuck it into your middle flip under ponytail.  You will tuck and pull through the center.  (see video for details)
  8. Repeat with other side section.
  9. At this point you will go back and pull/loosen your flips to create a full/dynamic ponytail with lots of texture. (watch how I do this on the video)
  10. When your happy with your flip under, you should have two small ponytail ends and one bigger.  This is perfect to begin a pull through braid!
  11. Bring the two small sections of hair from behind, wrap around the front & secure with a small elastic.
  12. Now continue creating your pull through by dividing the back section in half, wrap around the front and secure with a small elastic.  Repeat this process all the way down the hair.
  13. Last but not least, go back and pancake the pull through sections to create a fluffy beautiful braid! (see video for details on how to pancake the pull through)

This week on Brooklyn & Bailey… “Updated Studio Tour” We made a few changes/updates to our studio.  Check out what’s behind the camera on Brooklyn & Bailey and Cute Girls Hairstyles!

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  1. Omg this hairstyle is so georgous, one of my favorites from you girls!!! Keep up the good work 🙂

  2. You guys should do a tutorial on how to get nice voluminous hair because all of your children’s hair are goals

  3. Love this post! I’m certainly going to try this for school tomorrow. Kamri looks so pretty and mature, time flies too fast! PS. Cute outfit 🙂

  4. I love all your hairstyles!
    Can you do one for a side part with bangs and layered shoulderish length hair?

  5. This #CGH hairstyle is my nowaday favourite hairstyle. I really like the way how it looks! ????????????❤️

  6. I love your hairstyles I can never really do my hair that good but your tutorials really make it look so easy.

  7. Thank you so much cor making this tutorial! It is so cute. I did my hair like this for Easter and I got so many compliments.

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