Ribbon Braided Ponytail

Here's a fun and quick way to spice up a boring ponytail using our new ribbon braid technique.
hairstyle for little girls Start with 2 ponytails on top of her head like this.......
Add another ponytail at the back with the remaining hair.
Split one of the ponytails (on top of her head) in half and run a ribbon through the elastic until the ends are even.
Using one piece of the ribbon, braid it through her hair in one half of the ponytail about 1 - 1 1/2 inches down using this ribbon technique. Then use this technique to form the final ribbon braid.
Braid the second half and add both braids into the ponytail.
Repeat this same process with the other ponytail, add a cute bow or flower and you're done!
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ribbon hairstyle This is one of those hairstyles that was much cuter in person than in pictures. Usually my awesome "photography skills" and bad lighting don't help either. :) We all have our talents, right?
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This would be a great hairstyle for school. It only took about 10 minutes.

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7 comments:

  1. I love this one! Thanks for another cute hairstyle idea.

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  2. I love this. I think it will even work in the girls' short hair. gonna go try it. Thanks

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  3. This is so cute! I'll haave to do it on my youngest, cause my oldest read some "how to grow healthy hair to your bottom" articles and now refuses ponytails cause they might "break her hair" Sheesh...at least I know how to braid, right?LOL

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  4. Beautiful, Kori! You are the ribboning master!

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  5. so cute might have to try it on my neice she is coming down in a few weeks

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  6. Awesome hairstyles. These techniques are really great. I tried many times this hairstyle, it's one of my favorite... Long hair looks lovely and cute. This is a good idea. Well Done!!!

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  7. Could you please make a simple video for this?
    It looks slightly complicated.

    Many thanks. :]

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