African hairstyles

Pull Through Braids

The simple way to do a Pull through Braids:

EASY Pull-Through Braid Hair Tutorial, you can braid updo, reverse or double pull-through braid. I love how big and voluminous this braid is, I couldn’t wait to share it! Where I live, we had a tease of summer weather. During that week, I remembered how much I begin to resent my long hair.

Pull through braid half up

I was thinking of new creative idea’s to get my hair off my neck, and I came across one similar to this on Instagram. This pull-through braid is very quick, especially once you get the hang of it. I love how it gives the illusion of having a very full, voluminous ponytail.

Double pull through braid;

It is great for all hair types, whether you have short hair, long, or layered this will work. Let me know if you try this out, I can’t wait to share pull through braid half up with you in the next couple of months all the exciting work I have been doing.

Here’s a hair tutorial on how to do an easy pull through braid mohawk and a French pull through braid! This easy hairstyle will have everyone
asking you to do their hairstyles!)

Pull through side braid :

We have been getting SO many requests on how to do a regular pull through braid updo. Although we’ve shown how to do this technique in another video tutorial many of you wonder how to do it in the back of your head instead of on the side. So, we collaborated with our beautiful and talented friend Alex Gaboury to show you how to do a pull-through braid in the back of your head.

Pull through braid Mohawk:

This braided style is great for beginners especially if you struggle with braiding! This will work on long hair or short hair and it’s a great quick style that will stay in place all day.

A Regular pull through Braid updo:

It turns out a lot of those big, voluminous braids taking over your
The Pinterest feed is actually created with a series of ponytails.
This pull-through braid technique allows you to simulate the look of a braid on yourself or your kids without weaving a single strand.

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