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Create the visual appearance of a faux dutch braid without having to braid at all! The French pull-through braid doesn’t require any braiding skills at all. In fact, if you can place a ponytail, you can master this look in no time at all!

Visit the Sam Villa blog to learn more about creating this hairstyle and many more:
https://www.samvilla.com/pro/blog/french-pull-through-braid-ponytail

Professional tools used to achieve this look:
https://www.samvilla.com/pro/products/

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45 replies
  1. Lara D
    Lara D says:

    Why do all of this instead of braiding? It's much more fiddly and time-consuming. And yes, you can see some of the elastics, even a clip, yuck. But even if this was a braid, it's a Dutch look, not a French. And why did you do the last bit differently when it is the exact same thing as all the other steps? And it's wonky at the front. My gosh, how is this a professional?

  2. Mary Foster
    Mary Foster says:

    This is awesome. I'm starting as a training hairdresser and I love this braid style. In fact. I love all his styles. Thank you so much for showing how I can be better than I expected.

  3. Stacy Morris
    Stacy Morris says:

    If you look closely you can see her hair has tiny crimps to add texture . What is the tool used to create that texture? Anyone know the Brand and link to buy one?

  4. Sarah Mcay
    Sarah Mcay says:

    I love how he's trying to explain how to tie an elastic even though the main audience for the video will be girls with long hair that have probably tied hundreds of them before. 😅

  5. ANNE MOORE
    ANNE MOORE says:

    Aren't elastic or rubber bands bad on your hair? How long does your hair have to be to try this because I have tried French braiding mine and can't do it because of problems with muscles and this looks so much easier and wonder if you can do on your own hair.

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