French Braid into Sleek Ponytail: Cop This Hairstyle in 7 Easy Steps
Maximize the ways you can style your beautiful long hair by putting together two unique hairstyles—French braids and ponytails. This killer combination is easy and practical and makes for a perfect ‘do on a busy day. Learn how to make this French braid into sleek ponytail by following this simple tutorial.
How to Create a French Braid into Sleek Ponytail
Prep your hair
Make your hair smooth and manageable for your hairstyle by washing it with DOVE Straight and Silky Shampoo and DOVE Straight and Silky Conditioner. It has Micro Moisture Serum that fights frizz so that you can rock any sleek hairstyle you like.
Make it shine
Give your hair smoothness and shine by spraying on TONI&GUY Finishing Shine Spray and spreading it evenly on your hair to avoid blotching.
To create a French braid, take a section of hair on top of your head. Then, divide it into three smaller sections. Cross the left section over the middle section, then the right over the middle section. Add more sections of hair as you progress through your braid.
Continue making your French braid until it reaches your nape area. Then, tie it with an elastic.
Hide your elastic
Make your hair look more kept by taking a small section of hair from your ponytail to cover the elastic. Secure this with a bobby pin. Then, smoothen out the ponytail to remove tangles.
Complete your French braid into sleek ponytail by spritzing TONI&GUY Finishing Shine Spray after styling. This helps you achieve a beautiful and sleek look.
Hello, sleek hairstyle!
Congratulations on successfully combining two hairstyles in one ‘do. Wear this French braid into sleek ponytail anytime but most especially on hot and humid days. It keeps your hair off your face and neck and lets you feel fresh all day.
Other French Braid Hairstyles
Lovin’ your French braid into sleek ponytail? Here are more French braid hairstyles that are easy to cop.
1. Fishtail French Braid
Amp up your French braid hairstyle by adding another type of braid. After finishing your French braid, continue styling it with the fishtail braid. Your friends will be left in awe of your braiding skills while also wondering where one ends and the second one begins.
2. Side French Braid
This hairstyle looks complicated but is easy to make. Start your French braid on one side of your hair and braid it diagonally to the other side. It’s very feminine and looks really nice on long hair. It doesn’t have to be braided tight because letting it loose gives off that relaxed vibe. Let it fall over one shoulder for an extra touch of sweetness.
3. Side braid bun
Consider this the sister hairstyle of the Side French Braid. The only difference the two have is the bun. After braiding your hair and tying it with an elastic, roll the braid into a bun and secure it with bobby pins on one side. It’s an easy hairstyle that looks fancy enough to wear to a wedding!
4. Basic French Braid
Nothing can bring down the classic French braid. Start braiding your hair on your crown and work your way down to the tips. It looks clean and simple, making it the perfect ‘do for just about any occasion. You can also accessorize the braid by covering the elastic with a ribbon.
With the French braid into sleek ponytail and all other braided hairstyles, there’s no reason to skip styling your hair even while you’re staying at home. Looking great has never been this easy!