Hey everyone, I’m Jordan, from Braids by Jordan. To day I’m going to be showing you how to a pretty Half Up Lace Pull Through Braid. If you’re not already comment, with Hairstyles, make sure to hit the comment button, and give this post a big thumbs up. So, let’s get started. Pick a section of hair from the front of the head, and secure it into a ponytail with a clear baby elastic. I like to secure this first ponytail a little bit further back, so that the elastic isn’t right at the front of my face.
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Then repeat that step one more time, securing another ponytail right behind the first one, only taking hair from above. You don’t want to take any hair underneath because we want this to look like a lace braid. Split the front ponytail into two, and then take the back ponytail, in between the two pieces from the front one and move it out of the way. Add in some new hair from the top to the two piece and then secure them into a new ponytail. Release the front ponytail and repeat those steps again.
So split the front ponytail into two, and then take the back pony in between those two pieces and secure it out of the way. Add a new hair from the top to the two pieces and then secure them into a new ponytail. Before I get too far, I like to go back and carefully pull on the edges of the pull-through to give it more volume. And then just repeat those steps until you reach the opposite site of the head. After I’ve reached the other side, I like to go back and pin up the top halves of any of the pull-throughs if they are drooping. You can end the style here if you’d like, or I decide to go back and add a rosette to mine. So to do that, take the front ponytail and divide it into three equal pieces. Start a regular three strand braid and then braid all the way down until you reached the end of the hair.
Every so often, go back and pancake only one side of the braid. At the end of the hair, secure the braid with an elastic. Fold the end of the braid underneath and then roll the braid up to make a rosette, so that the pancake side is on the outside. Pin the rosette in place, so that It covers the very last elastic of the pull-through. And that’s it. I hope you guys like this hairstyle, and if you did, make sure to give this post a thumbs up. If you want to see my last tutorial, you can click the link here, and if you want to see more CGH posts, you can click the link here. To comment to Hairstyles, make sure to click this link, and if you want to see more from me, you can head over to Braids by Jordan, or there will be a link to my YouTube blog in the description box below. I hope you guys have a great week, and I’ll see you soon with another hair tutorial. Bye.