Madame Haute here! As you know, I had one of those moments in 2016 when I went to my hairdresser and asked her to give me a chemical relaxer (cream my hair) and then cut it into a Pixie Cut. Fast forward to last year when my hair grew to a short bob then I decide to cut it all off again — this time the sides were shaved. Today, my hair has grown back and is in that “in-between” stage where it’s too long for a pixie and too short for a bob but I’m able to slick it back into a low ponytail and somewhat of a mid-ponytail.
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I got super tired of it being in one all the time and decided to do something new by adding various textures of hair to do a ponytail. Please note, I was not blessed with the gift of doing hair so this is my fool-proof method that will work for you too. Keep reading to see how I did my trendy Ponytail.
You will need
– a pack of hair of your choice, color and length
– Hair Gel or something to smooth the hair
– Brush + Comb
– Head Scarf
– Hair accessories
Slick your hair back in one by using your hair gel and brush to smooth everything together. You will then use your scrunchie to hold everything in place and hairpins to lay it all down if you so desire.
Take the hair you bought, find the middle and place another scrunchie around it. You will then use that scrunchie to wrap around your own hair until it has been fully wrapped and securely attached.
Take a good chunk of your ponytail to wrap around the hair until is tight and has a little lift.
Use your head scarp to wrap around your head so the hair is laid for about 1-3 minutes. Remove headscarf and you are done! To finish off this look you can add hair accessories, curls or whatever you choose.