Imagine being able to mimic the look of a dutch braid without actually braiding anything. There is absolutely no braiding expertise necessary for the pull-through braid that you are about to learn. You can really have this look-down pat in no time at all if you know how to tie a ponytail!
While your guests’ hair is processing, add some value to your visits by showing them this look. Take out a mannequin and a tripod, then show off this easy haircut. You will definitely be the talk of the salon when they leave if you accomplish this, which will result in additional appointments for you! Now, let’s get going.
Products You need:
- Use the texturizing iron prior to doing the pull-through braid ponytail. This iron will do a few things for you: The iron will change the texture of the hair, adding up to 3x more volume.
- Have you ever braided hair only to find it slips out or the braid doesn’t hold throughout the day? By using the Sam Villa Textur Iron, the hair will be easier to manipulate and with the added texture, it will prevent the hair from slipping out.
How To Do a Braided Ponytail
Wash Your Hair:
To maintain your strands healthy and strong, moisturize your scalp with CLEAR Complete Soft Care Anti-Dandruff Shampoo and then follow up with Cream Silk Hairfall Defense Conditioner.
Dry Your Hair:
First, towel-dry your hair to get rid of extra moisture. To give your braid ponytail more volume, blow-dry it while brushing when it is around 80% dry.
Make a ponytail:
After it dries completely, brush your hair to remove any tangles. After that, secure it with an elastic in a high ponytail.
To make your braid, divide your hair into three equal portions. Then, to help your braided ponytail last longer, mist these portions with TRESemmé Freeze Hold Hairspray to tame the frizz.
Braid your hair:
Beginning with the left portion of hair, cross it over the middle section, then the right section over the newly created middle section to begin braiding. Continue braiding your hair in this manner until the tips are completely tied off with an elastic.
Look at your gorgeous ponytail braided hair. You can wear this look to your yoga class as well as an afternoon date. It’s ideal for keeping hair out of your neck and face so you can achieve the best possible positions.