Towel-dry your locks first. When your hair is 80 percent dry, blow dry it and brush while doing so to help add volume.
Create a ponytail
Once your hair is dry, brush it to get rid of tangles. Then, put your hair in a high ponytail and secure with a hair tie.
Hide your hair tie
Wrap a small section of hair around your hair tie. Finish with a bobby pin.
Divide your ponytail into three sections to prep for braiding. Spritz TRESemmé Freeze Hold Hairspray on these sections to keep your free from frizz. The hairspray will also help make your hairstyle longer.
Braid your hair
Create a three-strand braid. Cross the left section over the middle section. Then, cross the right section over the middle. Continue until you reach the tips of your hair. Secure your braid with an elastic.
Make your hairstyle prettier by adorning your braid with small flowers. You can also use sparkly hairpieces if you like.
Show it off
Rock a braid ponytail to school to change your look a little bit. A braid ponytail is also a practical ‘do for P.E. classes because it keeps your hair in place as you run laps around the quad. On weekends, you can also style your hair like this so you look chic while shopping with your friends at the mall. The braid ponytail is a versatile hairstyle—you can wear it pretty much anywhere.
Now that you know how to create a braid ponytail, aren’t you excited to try it? Get your brush ready, stand in front of your mirror, and style your hair. Then go meet your friends so they can admire your ‘do.
Next read: There are different types of braids, and sometimes, distinguishing one from the other can be confusing. With this guide, you will be able to spot which one is a French braid, and which one is Dutch.