Braid Styles

Lace Pull Thru Braid – Rosette Roll 2020

Are you as in love with Pull Thru Braids as I am? I can not get enough of them! They are so simple, but they look really amazing.

If you are a beginner, do not worry. The pull-thru is technically a braid, so it’s perfect if you do not know how to braid it.

Items Needed: Brush, rat-tail comb, spray bottle, hair elastics, hairspray {if desired}.

Time Requirement: 5-10 minutes

Skill Level: Medium

Step by step instructions:

1- I started with a light side piece. On the heavy side, pick up a small section of hair at the front and attach to a ponytail with a small rubber band.
2. Now take another small piece of hair just behind the first section and fasten in a second ponytail with a small rubber band.
3. Pick up the first ponytail and split it into two pieces. Bring it back and place the ponytail number two in between. Ponytail bring number two forward and temporarily clear out of the way.
4. Join the two pieces of ponytail number one behind ponytail number two, add some new hair from the top and secure with a small rubber band.
5. Release # 2, which you have pushed aside. Divide into two parts, bring ponytail between the two parts and temporarily clear out of the way. Join the two pieces and some new hair from the top and secure with a small rubber band.
6. After a few stitches, go back and pull on the edges of your blisters to create more volume.
7. Repeat these steps until you reach the opposite side of the head (back).
If one of your pull-thru edges is up, you can go back and pin it down with a bobby pin. (See more details in the video above)
8. You can finish the style here or add a sweet rosette bun.
9. To make the rosette roll, pick up the back ponytail and create a regular three-strand braid.
10. Go back and pancake / pull the edges of one side of your braid.
11. Secure the end of your braid with a small rubber band.
12. Start rolling your braid from below. Roll your rose with the ripped edge on the outside.
13. Once you have rolled all the way up, place your rosette so that they hide the last rubber band of your turn and secure with bobby pins.
15. Finish with hairspray {if desired}.

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