Hairstyles for Girls: Double-Knot Ponytail

October 06, 2008

Here is a cute hairstyle that is so simple to do, and looks super cute!

Items needed: Brush, comb, water, hairspray/gel, 1 rubber band.

Time Requirement: 3-5 minutes

Skill Level: Easy

Start by parting the hair on top of the head into one middle section. The parts will run from front of head towards back of head…

 

Then create a rectangle shape by parting across the head between two previous parts…

Separate that section into two parts…

Take the two pieces of hair and tie like you are doing the first step of tying a shoelace (cross the two parts and wrap one underneath)…

This is what it should look like at this point.

Now wrap the hair underneath again… essentially a double twist. It will look like this…

Pull both strands until knot becomes tight against head…

Repeat with a second rectangle just behind the first…

Pull remainder of hair into a side ponytail and add in the 4 strands of hair from the knots on top…

Happy Hairdoing!

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6 thoughts on “Hairstyles for Girls: Double-Knot Ponytail

  1. I love the knot hairstyles, you should post more! Your daughters are gorgeous, they have the longest eyelashes, the little boys will be mesmerized. Haha!!!

  2. Thank you for posting these videos but how about a video for the crazy hairstyles like from horton hears a whoo and the mohawk maybe you could even do it on your husband and see what he looks like with a mohawk.

    • You can use pomade or gel for the frizzies, I think. Hope this helped!

      p.s. Brooklyn and/or Bailey look so young!

  3. Hi i am 13 almost 14 and i have a little sister. I just love doing her hair! everyday i wake up early and get her ready so i can make her hair. LOL. I enjoy your vidoes and I do them alot! keep posting! I do alot of twists ponytails braids and i have started to do french braids! keep posting so i can make more.

    p.s: your girls are the cutest girls ever!

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