You Need To Master This French Twist Ponytail Immediately


image004 You Need To Master This French Twist Ponytail Immediately

Soon the weather will get warmer, and hair will inevitably go up into ponytails . Global Creative Director for Wella Professionals Eugene Souleiman created a twist (literally) on the classic style for the Ports 1961 runway show in Milan.

image006 You Need To Master This French Twist Ponytail Immediately

From the front, it looks like a traditional ponytail, but at the back of the head there’s a flash of elegance in the form of a mini reverse French pleat. While Eugene joked that this hairstyle should only be attempted by stylists, I have a feeling it can be easily replicated at home.

Step 1: Spray damp hair with Wella Professionals Flowing Form Smoothing Balm ($14, and dry with a flat brush to keep hair flat and smooth.

Step 2: Make a low side part, and sweep the hair across the forehead and over the ear.

Step 3: Secure half of your hair in a low ponytail at the nape of the neck, and use an elastic to secure it.

Step 4: Gently backcomb the remaining hair at the roots, then smooth over the hair with a soft brush toward the ponytail.

Step 5: Take the remaining hair and fold into a reverse French pleat, rolling down towards the ponytail, securing the bottom of the pleat into the ponytail. Make sure to secure it with an elastic.

Step 6: Spray the hair with Wella Professionals Stay Essential Finishing Spray ($15, to keep the style in place and secure the pleat with hairpins if needed.

Will you attempt this new look?

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