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Twisted Faux Side Braids with PonyTail Hair Style Instructions
This crazy twisted hairstyle takes a bit of work but it looks so cool and goes great with rock styles.
Brush your hair back on one side.
Create a deep part and then separate the remainder into 3 sections.
Grab the top section.
With your fingers, start twisting it gradually moving back from the hairline to the back of your head.
I found this easiest to do with my fingernails because it created very even little tracks and made it look more like a braid.
Being able to do this tightly may take a few tries to get completely right.
You’ll see I was twisting upwards now downwards.
Once you reach the back of your head pin it in place.
Repeat on the second section.
And again on the third.
Side 1 done and now for the other.
Pull the top half of the remaining hair on the other side into a high ponytail and place out of the way.
Pin half of what’s left loose up so it forms a bit of a waterfall effect.
This will give the end results lots of layers and volume.
It’s especially useful if your hair doesn’t have layers already.
Flip the ponytail up and pin it to the scalp just above the band.
Make sure it’s completely secure.
When you flip it back the right way, the pins will give it volume and hide the band.
Fan it out and hairspray in place.
Done! Ready for a big night out.
As an extra step, if you want to have more volume or be higher up just take the hair at the bottom, flip it over the top and pin in place there.
Tease it if you want even more volume.
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.