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Violet LeBeaux spends most of her time trying to think of ways to make life prettier, posting said ways on her blog and drinking very strong tea. She writes about big hair cute things, girly fashion, beauty finds, sometimes Hime Gyaru fashion (姫ギャル) and crafty tutorials.

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Simple Pull Through Ponytail Hair Style Instructions.
Today’s style is a nice twist (pun totally intended) on a simple ponytail.
This style was really popular when I was in primary school.
First put your hair in a high ponytail.
Pull the elastic down a bit and split the hair under it in half with your fingers.
You need to make a hole there.
Flip the ponytail forward and then pull it through the hole you made last step.
Pull the elastic a little tighter so it’s secure.
So one more time for the detail.s
Pull the elastic out a bit.
Make a hole above the elastic by splitting the hair into two sections.
Poke your fingers through.
Flip the hair forward and pull it through the hole that you made.
So basically what you have is a ponytail which looks as if it was made from two twists.
From the back it looks like this.
It can take a little practice to get it to sit the way you want but the result is worth it.
Add a stylish bow to the top and you’ve got a pretty alternative to a regular ponytail.
I hope this was a useful video, please check out the blog post linked in the description for more information and tutorials.
Thanks so much for watching.

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