We were looking for an over-the-top hairstyle to go with this amazing collaboration with Steampunk Wolf Shop and a Micro Me. We came up with this! We start with 4 ponytails and attach a 1/4 of a bundle of braiding hair to each. The top ponytails are braiding into long braids and then pinned in buns. The bottom ponytails each have a 1/4 of the braiding hair added and then we used a small section to wrap the base of the ponytail, hiding the elastic. We then trim the ends bluntly and we’re done.
We were looking for and easy hairstyle that would be comfortable to wear all day and not get super wild or messy. We went with these simple braids using one bundle of braiding hair in this gorgeous rainbow ombré. The trick to this hairstyle is using hair gel throughout the hair on both the top and through to the ends. This will keep the natural hair neat without getting frizzy or fuzzy later in the day.
Our friends at Tousled and Tangled show you how easy it is to add Magic Braiding Hair Extensions to a pull-through braid. Cory wanted the hair to be subtle so the natural hair is in the center of the braid. Reverse the sections for more color on top.
Folks have been asking for a video on using the multi-purpose Magic Braiding Hair bundles in french braids. This is a good one. Start by splitting your 24" braiding hair bundle into two equal parts. Tie the hair on at the top of the head and work it into a dutch braid. Leave the ends long like a magical ponytail or braid it all the way down.