We’ve picked up a great set of pictures courtesy of hairdresser Juanmy Medialdea in Spain. He could talk you through how to achieve it, but more easy to follow his fab step-by-step pictures. We’ve never seen steps so well explained – not a comb or hand in sight, but you’ll know exactly how to get the look. To see what we mean, take a look below!
If you want Junamy’s advice, here is his description – but we’re not sure you’ll need it
- Prepare the hair by texturing the roots, then mark the middle and ends with a 38mm diameter tweezers, leaving the ends slightly less marked. Brush the hair, apply a little shine with a spray and the hair is ready to start working
- Separate a section, taking the front and the sides, and reserve it and then take a section at the crown with which to make a ponytail. Introduce the ponytail through the center of the section and remove a little fluffiness
- Next, from the previous section, take the guide wick and make a fishtail braid of about 5 or 6 cm, and secure it with a hair tie
- Open the braid giving fluffiness and providing textures. Take two sections from the sides and attach it to the middle section. Then continue with the central strand and make a 5 or 6 cm fishtail braid, open it and remove the fluffiness, then secure with another hair tie
- Continue, taking the remaining hair and joining it to the central updo. Then, separate our strand into two equal sections. In the upper one, make a fishtail braid and secure it with a hair tie. Join the remaining section with another hair tie to the previous one
- Continue doing these previous steps (joining the central updo and separating the strand into two equal sections to then make a fishtail braid) throughout the length of the hair. Finally open it creating that fluffiness and destructuring it, to achieve a more natural effect
And there you have it!
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