Braided hairstyles are always a popular choice for brides. One of the trends that have been gaining popularity is spiral braided ponytails. This look is perfect for any bride who wants to add texture and volume to her hair but still has a sleek bun. It’s easy to do yourself with just a few bobby pins and your fingers.
A perfect hairstyle for any bride is a spiral braided ponytail. This can be done with or without extensions and takes about an hour to do, but it’s worth it! The best part of the braid is that you don’t need to worry about your hair “falling out” during the day-it will stay put until you take it down at night, giving you more time to enjoy your wedding festivities. You’ll also love how versatile this hairstyle can be; not only does it work for weddings but also as a casual everyday look. Change up the length of your braid by adding more strands of hair, and use different colors for some added flair. It’s always fun finding ways to switch up our look.
Step by step guide to making a spiral braided ponytail
A spiral braided ponytail is an excellent hairstyle for spring. It’s easy to achieve, and it can make your hair look longer. The best part about this style is that you can wear it while running errands, going to work, or even on your wedding day.
The following steps will show you how to master this chic hairstyle:
- Divide hair into three sections at the nape of your neck
- Take one section of hair from each side and braid them together
- Braid all other sections in back
- Twist braids around each other
- Pull ends through the hole
- Pin with bobby pins, so they stay in place
- Spray all over with hairspray
How to make a spiral braided ponytail
The braid is the perfect solution when you want to show off your lovely locks but don’t have time for a full updo or complicated style. It’s easy and quick to do on your own (or with help from someone else), looks great at any length of hair, and adds volume if you’re looking for that extra oomph. The spiral braided ponytail is one of my favorite styles because it’s so versatile. You can wear it pinned up like I’ve done here with this low bun hairstyle. Or leave some strands loose around your face as a softer look.
Have you ever had a bad hair day? Well, it doesn’t have to be that way. With this simple tutorial on how to create a spiral braid ponytail, you’ll never have another bad hair day! This tutorial is easy and can be done in less than ten minutes. Before starting, a couple of things are making sure your hair is parted down the middle and has enough length for both sections. I’m going to show you how to do this with long hair, but if your hair isn’t as long, just make one section longer or cut some off.