Kendall Vertes Pre-Dance Moms Ponytail Hairstyle

What You Need

  • Hair comb
  • Ponytail holder (this is the kind of ponytail holder she used to match her costume)
  • Hairspray 
  • Bobby Pins (2-3)

Steps

  1. On the front of the head section of a large piece of hair from the line of the end of each eyebrow.
  2. This section should go all the way back to the line of the back of the ears. 
  3. Tease this section with your comb until you get to your desired volume.
  4. Smooth over the top layer of the teased section with your comb so it doesn’t appear too messy. 
  5. Bobby pin the back of this teased section to hold it in place by crossing 2-3 bobby pins. 
  6. Pull all hair back into a high ponytail
  7. Spray with hairspray 

Brooke’s Hair (requested)
already done

Brooke’s Hair (requested)

already done


It’s back to the good old days of season 1 for this hairstyle! Now Maddie mostly wears the Sophia Lucia bun but back in season 1 this was the go-to hairstyle for Maddie and Chloe so I’m calling it the 
Maddie and Chloe Season 1 Ponytail Hairstyle 
What you Need:
Clear Hair Elastic
Hair Binder
1-2 bobby pins or floral clip 
Hair brush 
Hair Gel/Spray (optional: see tips)
Steps:
Start by sectioning of a small section of hair slightly to the right on your forehead.
OPTIONAL: back comb (tease) this section slightly. 
Create either a twist or braid angling it back to where you want your ponytail to be, braid a fair way down and then tie off temporarily with an elastic. 
Comb all the rest of the hair excluding the braid/twist into a high ponytail and tie off with an elastic. 
Undo the clear elastic from the braid and wrap the ends around your ponytail as to hide the elastic. 
Secure the hair with either 2 bobby pins criss crossed or with a floral clip
Tips:
I recommend using hair gel/spray to get the ponytail smooth. 
A high ponytail is necessary in this style because if you do a low ponytail the braid/twist going into it will look really weird. 
If you are going to use a floral clip use one that matches your dance wear like Chloe does!

It’s back to the good old days of season 1 for this hairstyle! Now Maddie mostly wears the Sophia Lucia bun but back in season 1 this was the go-to hairstyle for Maddie and Chloe so I’m calling it the 

Maddie and Chloe Season 1 Ponytail Hairstyle 

What you Need:

  • Clear Hair Elastic
  • Hair Binder
  • 1-2 bobby pins or floral clip 
  • Hair brush 
  • Hair Gel/Spray (optional: see tips)

Steps:

  1. Start by sectioning of a small section of hair slightly to the right on your forehead.
  2. OPTIONAL: back comb (tease) this section slightly. 
  3. Create either a twist or braid angling it back to where you want your ponytail to be, braid a fair way down and then tie off temporarily with an elastic. 
  4. Comb all the rest of the hair excluding the braid/twist into a high ponytail and tie off with an elastic. 
  5. Undo the clear elastic from the braid and wrap the ends around your ponytail as to hide the elastic. 
  6. Secure the hair with either 2 bobby pins criss crossed or with a floral clip

Tips:

  • I recommend using hair gel/spray to get the ponytail smooth. 
  • A high ponytail is necessary in this style because if you do a low ponytail the braid/twist going into it will look really weird. 
  • If you are going to use a floral clip use one that matches your dance wear like Chloe does!

Q
How to do Brooke's French braid into ponytail style!
Anonymous
A

Can you submit a picture please? I looked on Instagram but couldn’t really find what you were talking about…


Paige Hyland Loose Side Braid Style 
What you need:
hair elastic 
Steps:
Begin on the right side of your forehead and grab a relatively large section by your part line. 
Create a french braid, grabbing large sections and angling the braid drastically downwards. 
Make sure to add hair to both the top and bottom at least 5 times.
Continue to your desired length and finish off with a hair elastic
Tips 
When adding strands on the face side (the side closest to your face obv.) only add strands until you reach your ear. 
even if it seems like the strands you are adding from the top are too loose or you are braiding them in too far down this really adds to the look of the braid. 
Don’t pull the braid tight while your braiding. The whole point of this style is too look effortless/slightly messy, if you pull your braid tight it will still look good but not the same as Paige’s. 
An optional step is to add some curls with a curling wand or curling iron and the ends of your hair. 

Paige Hyland Loose Side Braid Style 

What you need:

  • hair elastic 

Steps:

  1. Begin on the right side of your forehead and grab a relatively large section by your part line. 
  2. Create a french braid, grabbing large sections and angling the braid drastically downwards. 
  3. Make sure to add hair to both the top and bottom at least 5 times.
  4. Continue to your desired length and finish off with a hair elastic

Tips 

  • When adding strands on the face side (the side closest to your face obv.) only add strands until you reach your ear. 
  • even if it seems like the strands you are adding from the top are too loose or you are braiding them in too far down this really adds to the look of the braid. 
  • Don’t pull the braid tight while your braiding. The whole point of this style is too look effortless/slightly messy, if you pull your braid tight it will still look good but not the same as Paige’s. 
  • An optional step is to add some curls with a curling wand or curling iron and the ends of your hair. 

Q
Are you still active? I miss seeing your posts!
Anonymous
A

Yes, I know I stink at updating this blog. I got a few requests yesterday so I will probably make a post tonight and then hopefully 1-2 over the weekend. I do better with responding requests/submissions though so if you want a specific style please submit it :)


Q
Not to be mean or rush you or anything but what happened to the one hairstyle every day thing?
Anonymous
A

I try, but with school on always really busy. I find it easier to do requests because then I don’t have to find pics so if u guys let me know what you want to see I will probably post more!


Nia Photo shoot Hairstyle (requested) 
Sorry I couldn’t find a closer picture!
What you need:
Hair binder
Clear hair elastic
bobby pins
palm aid/smoothing styling cream
Steps:
Pull all your hair into a high ponytail
Create a simple twist out of the ponytail by separating the hair into two sections, then twist each section to the right, and then twist both of those sections together. Secure the end with your clear elastic
Wrap the twist around and tuck the ends under like you would for a ballet bun 
Secure with bobby pins

Nia Photo shoot Hairstyle (requested) 

Sorry I couldn’t find a closer picture!

What you need:

  • Hair binder
  • Clear hair elastic
  • bobby pins
  • palm aid/smoothing styling cream

Steps:

  1. Pull all your hair into a high ponytail
  2. Create a simple twist out of the ponytail by separating the hair into two sections, then twist each section to the right, and then twist both of those sections together. Secure the end with your clear elastic
  3. Wrap the twist around and tuck the ends under like you would for a ballet bun 
  4. Secure with bobby pins

Paige Hyland Braid Basic Braid into ponytail style
This is a super easy and basic style, I get requests all the time for this sort of basic everyday style. 
What you need:
sectioning comb
hair elastic
hair binder
Steps:
Begin by using your sectioning comb to create a part from about an inch into your part line to your ear. 
Tie off the remaining hair with your hair binder (note you will redo this so it doesn’t matter if the ponytail looks good or not at this point)
Start creating a lace braid, (thats basically a french braid but only adding in sections to one side of the braid, in this case only adding in hair by your forehead)*
Continue french braiding until right behind your ear or you run out of hair in your section then create a normal braid the remainder of the length of your hair and tie off with your elastic. 
Undo the first ponytail you made and smooth all your hair and the braid back into a low ponytail, secure with your hair binder 
* If you would like to see step by step how to create a lace braid visit out basic braids page to watch a tutorial by Cute Girls Hairstyles

Paige Hyland Braid Basic Braid into ponytail style


This is a super easy and basic style, I get requests all the time for this sort of basic everyday style. 


What you need:

  • sectioning comb
  • hair elastic
  • hair binder

Steps:

  1. Begin by using your sectioning comb to create a part from about an inch into your part line to your ear. 
  2. Tie off the remaining hair with your hair binder (note you will redo this so it doesn’t matter if the ponytail looks good or not at this point)
  3. Start creating a lace braid, (thats basically a french braid but only adding in sections to one side of the braid, in this case only adding in hair by your forehead)*
  4. Continue french braiding until right behind your ear or you run out of hair in your section then create a normal braid the remainder of the length of your hair and tie off with your elastic. 
  5. Undo the first ponytail you made and smooth all your hair and the braid back into a low ponytail, secure with your hair binder 

* If you would like to see step by step how to create a lace braid visit out basic braids page to watch a tutorial by Cute Girls Hairstyles


Q
Are you still active?
A

Yes Guys I’m really sorry about being so busy lately! Starting tomorrow I will be posting one hairstyle each day!