Three Ponytail Up-Do Hairstyle: Wedding Hairstyles

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Learn how to style hair with three ponytails in an up-do for your wedding day hairstyle and get expert tips and advice on styling your own hair for special occasions in this free instructional video.

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Video Transcript

This is Kim Brown. I am going to do 3 ponytails, which is a really simple up do for anybody to do. I always like to section out the front section when I am doing up do up to for a bride. Take out in front of the ears, and you just clip it out of the way. I do this because its always nice to have that little bit of extra hair to work with when you are all finished, and you got the back done you needed a few pieces to add in. Get that out of the way. Then we start doing the ponytails at the bottom. Then about half that section, first ponytail. Then your next ponytail. See how doing that you don’t see any partings. Then just brush through these sections, get any tangles out. Then we are just going to split each of these sections into 3 pieces. Then you are just going to create a design with it. The finished product will have a lot of curls going on in back. Tie it in a knot and then tie it in another knot. Then pin the end in; that just creates a really beautiful design. Maybe you want to take it in 2 knots, 2 separate pieces and tie in one of the shoestring knot, gives a whole different look. Again, take the end and come up here somewhere and tuck it in. Then you just do the same thing with the next section. It goes pretty quick when you’ve just got… you end up having nine sections back here. If you wanted to…you could actually, you could do in two sections. I am going to continue with shoestring knots on the side, to add those in. And there you have a 3 ponytail up do. For more information the wedding tips that I gave you today, you can contact us at


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