Don't Sweat It

2019-06-13



 

Triple ponytail

  1. Apply a volumizing spray or mousse to damp hair section by section roots to ends.
  2. Beginning at the crown (where the final ponytail will be placed) Blowdry the Hair section by section towards that center point making sure the roots are directed towards the direction of the ponytail placement.
  3. After all of the hair has dried with the roots moving up and away from the face and towards the final ponytail placement, create a center parting from the forehead/hairline to the high crown.
  4. From that center point make partings both to the left and right down to the ear.
  5. Create ponytails with both the left and right sections fastening them each with tiny rubber bands at the back of the section, along the parting.
  6. Gather the two small ponytails with the remaining hair and create a ponytail at the crown.



Lanyard Ponytail

  1. Apply a volumizing spray or mousse to damp hair section by section roots to ends.
  2. Beginning at the crown (where the final ponytail will be placed) Blowdry the Hair section by section towards that center point making sure the roots are directed towards the direction of the ponytail placement.
  3. After all of the hair has been dried brush the hair into a ponytail and fasten at the crown.
  4. To create the Lanyard “Braid”, separate a small section from the outside of either the left or right side.
  5. Near the base of that section, fold the hair creating a loop.
  6. Feed the tail of that section under, across and then over the ponytail.
  7. Feed the mid-lengths and end through the loop creating a “knot”.
  8. Pick up another tiny section from the outside of the ponytail and join it with the first tiny section.
  9. Continue steps 5-8 until you achieve your desired look.
  10. Secure with a tiny rubber band around the base of the lanyard.

 

Triple Dutch Braid

  1. Apply a volumizing product or mousse to damp or wet hair.  Blow dry in to smooth out any kinks and to create a “non-slip” texture for braiding.
  2. Look at your model to determine placement and partings for your braids.
  3. Create a side part on either the left or right side of the head from the front hairline to the nape of the neck.
  4. Subsection the “heavier” side into two equal sections from the hairline to the nape of the neck.
  5. You now have three sections for braiding.
  6. For Dutch braids in order for the braid to sit on top of the section, remember to cross each section under the previous and continue braiding in this manner all the way through.
  7. To create a stronger/clearer definition of the side part, pick up pieces of hair from only one side of the braid as you move down the head.
  8. Braid each section down until you reach your desired look and fasten with a tiny elastic band.
  9. Clean up any flyaways with hairspray and a fine tooth comb.