This is a quick and easy style that is great for keeping hair out of the eyes but lets most of the hair be down at the same time. It will work in just about any length of hair and would be great for a toddler even.
It helps to have the hair on top of the head nice and damp in this style to avoid fly-aways in the knots.
Step 1 – Part out a big rectangular shape of hair on the top of the head
It’s hard to see in the pictures, but I did this on a slight angle – from each temple back to the crown. I just didn’t make it straight back, I parted it more to the left. Also – Secure the remaining hair that is hanging down in back with an elastic or clip to keep it out of the way.
Step 4 – Make a knot with the front section
Gently ease the knot down so you can cinch it down as close to the scalp as possible. It helps to hold onto the knotted part with one hand, and pull on the tail so you can hold it down toward the scalp as it tightens up.
Step 5 – Bring the tail from the knot back and join it to the remaining square of hair & make a small ponytailStep 6 – Part out another rectangular section of hair
Step 7 – Repeat steps 3-5 making another knot and ponytail
That’s basically it! You could make as many of these from ear to ear as you want. You could braid those 3 ponytails or bring everything back into your favorite kind of bun. There are so many ways you could finish off this style!
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