If you are new to braiding, then pull through the braid will quickly become your new favourite. It looks incredibly complicated but it is not even a braid at all! A new and unique beautiful look – pull through braid which can be easily achieved without the need for mohawk.
With the holiday season in full swing, the ever famous pull-through hairstyle is great for spring and autumn, especially when paired with loose waves, and braided details. It looks so feminine, effortless, yet adds something special to your overall look. The pull-through braid is currently a hit, once you get the hang of it, it’s easy to do, and makes quite the statement. Need this look in your life? We’ve outlined each step for you below!
Before we begin, we are going to need a handful of the tiny, painful, elastic bands, probably 5 or 6 of them, and you are also going to need a hair clip that can clip away large sections of hair.
Step 1: Create your first ponytail. Take a section of hair right on top of your head and secure it with a clear rubber band.
Step 2: Clip this section out of the way.
Step 3: Divide the top ponytail in half and pull the bottom ponytail up through the two halves.
Step 4: If needed, use hair clippers to divide the hair you won’t be using – this way it won’t get into your way when dealing with the rest of your hair.
Step 5: Clip this section out of the way.
Step 6: The next thing you need to do is to take your new top ponytail and divide it in half. Gently pull the lower ponytail up through the two halves.
Step 7: Try to add some of your loose hair to these two halves.
Step 8: Following the same techniques, repeat these steps until you reach a few inches before the ends of your hair.
Step 9: Tighten the hair bands.
Step 10: Check your results and adjust any imperfections.
Step 11: Leave the new ponytail down.
Step 12: Create your final pull through braid.
Step 13: When you are done, tease the ends of your pull through braid to secure it in place.
Step 14: Last but not least, gently pull on the edges to make it fuller.