How to wear an effortless double-knotted ponytail

Who doesn’t know how to make a standard ponytail? But wearing the same hairdo day after day can get a little boring. Add some pep in your step the next time you hit the town by wearing this double-knotted ponytail. The look is exquisitely carefree and has a touch of sophistication.
Learn how to rock this knotted style by watching the video below. It has everything you’ll need to create a new look that will impress even the harshest critic.
- Hair clips
- Clear ponytail holders
- Decorative hair clip
- Bobby pins
- Curling wand
- Hair spray
1. Section off the front part of your hair, leaving the bottom section loose.
2. Split your hair in half and hold both sections in one hand. Remember to keep the sections separated.
3. Use your other hand to pull the hair through the middle to form a knot. Create another knot after the first one.
4. Make the knots as messy as you want and secure them with a clear ponytail holder.
5. Repeat steps 2, 3 and 4 throughout your hair. If your hair is on the shorter side, you can create just one knot on the upper sections of hair. If your hair is longer, you can do more knots.
6. Finish off the look with a decorative hair clip at your crown.
7. Pin any loose strands, or just let them fall naturally.
8. Curl the length of your ponytail with the curling wand.
9. Use hair spray to seal off the style.
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