A high ponytail with a weave can be a stylish and versatile hairstyle that can be dressed up or down for different occasions. If you're not confident in your ability to create this style, congratulations, you're on the right channel! Here's a step-by-step guide to help you achieve this hairstyle.

how to make a high ponytail with weave

Materials Needed:

To create a high ponytail with a weave, you'll need some basic hairstyling tools and materials.

Weave hair extensions
Hairbrush or comb
Hair tie or elastic band
Hairpins or bobby pins
Hair gel or hairspray (optional)
Edge control (optional)

materals needed

Step 1: Prepare Your Natural Hair

Start with clean and dry hair. You can wash and condition your natural hair before starting if needed. However, this is optional.
Brush or comb your hair to remove any tangles and knots.

Step 2: Create a High Ponytail Base

Use a hairbrush or comb to gather all your natural hair into a high ponytail at the desired height on your head. Secure it with an elastic hair tie. Make sure it's tight enough to hold the weight of the ponytail weave securely but not so tight that it causes discomfort or tension on your scalp.

Step 3: Install the Weave

Depending on the type of weave you have ( clip-in ponytail or bundles), follow the installation instructions to attach the extensions to your natural hair.

Bundles: To create a "double bundles" if you have two bundles, clip the roots of the two bundles together. Then, begin wrapping the double bundles around the pre-tied ponytail until it's all the way around.
Ponytail: Hold the “comb part” and put the "comb part" into the top base part of your ponytail. Then, tightly twist the ponytail weave over the high ponytail. Make sure the velcro wrap piece is securely wrapped around the ponytail as well and cover the ponytail.

Step 4: Secure the high ponytail

Once you have the hair and weave extension gathered at the desired height, secure it with bobby pins. You can also choose to use a hair tie or elastic band to secure the entire ponytail in place. Make sure it's tight enough to tell its tightness by shaking the root of the ponytail with your hand.

Step 5: Camouflage the Elastic Band (Optional)

To hide the elastic band and give your ponytail a more polished look, you can take a small section of hair from the ponytail and wrap it around the base of the ponytail. Use bobby pins to secure the wrapped hair in place if necessary.

Step 6: Smooth Out the Ponytail

Use a brush or comb to smooth out the hair to avoid any bumps or lumps in the ponytail. You can also apply some hair gel or edge control along your edges to tame any flyaways and create a sleek look.

Step 7: Add Baby hair (Optional)

To add a touch of femininity and youthfulness to your overall look, you can try adding baby hair. It's a versatile technique that can be tailored to your style preferences, allowing you to achieve a more creative effect.

Start with a small amount of edge control gel, gently apply the product along your hairline where you want to create baby hair. Use a smaller brush brush the hair forward, with the brush in hand, shape the baby hair into the pattern you prefer. You can create swirls, curves, or simply sweep them to the side. the styling options are endless.

High ponytail hair style

Classic sleek high ponytail

classic sleek high ponytail

The classic sleek high ponytail is the epitome of timeless elegance, effortlessly elevating your style game to unparalleled heights. This fashionable and chic hairstyle transcends trends, making it a must-have in every fashionista's arsenal.

Loose wave high ponytail

high ponytail hair style

Rihanna’s loose wave high ponytail is one of the most unforgettable hairstyles throughout the years. The loose wave that cascade from the high ponytail gently frame Rihanna's face, drawing attention to her features. This face-framing effect adds a touch of softness and femininity to her overall look.

Double high ponytails

double high ponytail

With double high ponytails, you're not just keeping up with the trends; you're setting them. Embrace this trendsetting look, and let your hair do the talking, for double the impact and double the glamour. Dare to don the double high ponytails and make every day a fashionable adventure!

Side high ponytail

side high ponytail

Accessorizing is key to elevating this style. Consider adding a stylish hairpin, a ribbon, or a statement hairband to give your side high ponytail that extra pop of sophistication and flair. These embellishments can elevate your look from trendy to runway-worthy in an instant.

High bun ponytail

high bun ponytail

Pair high bun ponytail with jeans and a blouse for a relaxed yet stylish daytime look, or pair it with an elegant gown for a red carpet-worthy appearance.

Color contrast high ponytail

color contrast ponytail

The color contrast high ponytail is a bold and fashion-forward hairstyle that effortlessly marries contrasting hues to create a striking visual impact.

In conclusion

Mastering the art of creating a high ponytail with weave is all about combining the right techniques, products, and a dash of creativity. With the steps outlined in this guide, you're well on your way to achieving a flawless, head-turning hairstyle that's perfect for any occasion.Keep rocking that high ponytail with weave, and let your confidence shine through every strand! Until next time, stay stylish, stay fabulous!

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