A great weave ponytail is always considered an effective hairstyle. Over the years, we have seen many celebs resorting to a weave ponytail hairstyle and rocking the red carpet. Wish for a weave ponytail, but can't tame your afro? Simply use weft hair extensions! In this post, I am going to tell you how to do a ponytail with weave, step by step, on yourself, and that is beginner friendly. Once you master this tutorial you will know that the look can be versatile. You can have a low ponytail, high ponytail, side ponytail, or even two ponytails. Whatever your ponytail desires are this is the tutorial that will help you out.

Step #1 ~ Put Your Real Hair In A Sleek Ponytail

Neatly gather all your hair around in a ponytail and secure it with the help of an elastic band. Make sure your ponytail is tight and firm, so it does not slide down during the day.

Step #2 ~ Braid Your Hair

Once your hair is in a ponytail then you want to go ahead and braid your real hair. When I did my high ponytail I was able to just braid my real hair. When I did a low ponytail my hair was a lot shorter and I had to add some braiding hair of MarchQueen to my actual hair.

Step #3 ~ Protect Your Real Hair

Since we are going to be using hair glue to bond the weave to your hair, you do not want to apply the bonding glue to your actual hair. you can avoid all of this headache by simply using something to protect your hair. I just used a wig cap in black or you can use brown whatever your fancy. I have also seen people use wrapping hair paper. Feel free to use either.

Step # 4 Glue Your Hair

The next thing that you are going to do is to glue the weave to your actual ponytail. And you are going to start from the bottom. Winding the weave around the braid in a circle making sure that you are fully covering your braid underneath. Wind the weave all the way up until you reach the base of the braid.

Step # 5 Wrap The Base

Once you have glued on your weave you should have covered the entire underneath braid all the way to the base. And now to cover the wefts at the base of the hair which you can do one of two ways.

First, you can simply take a piece of your weave from the ponytail (probably about an inch and wrap it around the base of your hair. Using bobby pins to secure it underneath).
Second, for my high ponytail, I actually used this braiding hair. The braiding hair must be the same texture as your actual ponytail. This is a good option if you want your ponytail to sit higher. Plus, if you used braiding hair to put into your braid then you should have some left over and you can just use the leftover hair from that.

Now you've learned how to easily make a weave ponytail at home. In fact a weave ponytail can literally change the way your everyday look comes together quickly and conveniently. No matter if you are a lover of the high fashion weave ponytails with bangs or want weave ponytails with tracks, remember MarchQueen has an awesome selection of ponytail extension human hair for black women that will help you create an amazing look.