Lacing With Wrapping Hairstyle

 I've been excited to post this hairstyle, it was fun to do!

This is a twist on "lattice ponytails" literally. So, you start by making two ponies in the front. In each pony, take out a small piece of hair and braid it. I did rope braids, you can do whatever. (If you don't know how to do a rope braid, click on the link for a video tutorial there!)

Wrap the braids around the ponies on each side and secure with elastics at the bottoms.
Take the two ponies, cross them and add them in with the next set. Do more small braids and wrap around these ponies. Cross them again and add them to the last set of ponies. Continue with the braid wrapping on the last set. You could either leave it like this.......
Or, pull the ends back up to your last set of ponies, secure with an elastic and curl the ends.



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18 comments:

  1. Cute! This is really pretty!

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  2. Love it! Can't wait to try this one out tomorrow! I voted for the more complicated the better ;)!

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  3. Fabulous! Very pretty. Love it both down & with the messy buns.

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  4. Very cute! I will have to show this to my dd when she gets home from school. She loves to look at these styles!

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  5. That looks like fun! I did something simmilar yesterday by doing the "puffy braid" but twisting each section as I went I got a few compliments when we went to Costco so that made me happy. I would e-mail you pictures but my camera is not operating at the moment :(

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  6. Ok I was jsut over at she does hair and saw that she did the same thing I did like four posts ago with braids! hehehe I feel special.

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  7. very interesting twist to one of our favorites.

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  8. I wish my daughters hair was long enough to do this with. I guess I'll have to find a willing neice. :-)

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  9. Wow! That hair style is great - could you be my neighbor and I can send my daughter over to your home every morning for a new do? Love your site!

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  10. this is so beautiful. HOw did you do the twist brades? Just twist? how do they stay?

    trisha

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  11. Trisha, for a twist braid tutorial, go here

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  12. WOW!!! That looks great and like a lot of work too. THX for sharing.

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  13. Thanks for the step by step instructions. I will have to try this on Abigale.

    Thanks for the Happy Birthday over at my blog.

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  14. I love this hair style! I wonder if my daughter will let me test it out on her tomorrow.

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  15. Really cute !!!
    My daughters hair is too thin and not long enough, I think I can't try this one out...

    popeline@vefblog.net

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  16. your daughter looks adorable here!

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