Happy 24th of July to all my local readers! Hope you have a fun filled day! I’ve recently been put in charge of the menu & purchasing of all the food, for a camping trip/pioneer trek that our youth at church are going on. Buying food for 350 people means a lot of trips to the store! I spotted this hairstyle on a girl a couple weeks ago while I was out shopping. I didn’t get a total up close look – so she might have had corn rows up front – but either way it was kind of a fun style and so I’m sharing it with you!
On the right side of the head, make a deep side part from the temple back to the middle of the head.
Step 2 – Make another diagonal part & a ponytail
Section out a small rectanglar section (on an angle) and make a little ponytail. Secure it with a rubber band. This is where I’m not sure if the girl I saw had just ponytails or corn rows. You can do either!
Step 3 – Make 2 more small ponytails
Step 4 – Combine 3 little ponytails
Join all 3 little ponytails together to form a small “W.” Secure with another rubber band.
Step 5 – Make a braid
With the hair below the “W,” make a regular 3 strand braid. Secure temporarily with a clip. You could mix things up and make an uneven 3 strand braid if you want.
Step 6 – Make a side ponytail
Flip your braided hair up out of the way, and with the remaining hair, make a low side ponytail off to the left side of the head.
Step 7 – Add braid to ponytail
You can combine the braid up in step 6 if you want, but I prefer to do it this way to ensure the braid is where I want it. The braid should come across the back of the head on an angle.
Step 8 – Wrap the ponytail
This is technically an optional step, but I love wrapped ponytails. If you are unsure how to wrap a ponytail, check out our post & video HERE. Also, an optional step is to curl the ponytail – which we did.
This was a hard one to take pictures of since it’s on both sides of the head and no shot straight on captured it all! Hopefully you get the idea!