Ponytails are one hairstyle that will always be “in” for women of all ages.
- Some will save your hair from breakage.
- Others will make your style look more hip and cool.
- Still others will save you time and money.
#1 – Ponytails That Are Too Tight
#2 – To Cover Up The Rubber Band
#3 – Messy Ponytails Are More Natural
#4 – Combine Salt & Water In A Spray Bottle
#5 – Ponytails Still Need Some Hairspray
#6 – Texturized Ponytails Are Trendy
#7 – Ponytails And Sleep
#8 – Shape Your Ponytail
#9 – Side Ponytail For Dry Hair
#10 – Ponytails And Headaches
#11 – Make A Double-Knotted Pony Bun
#12 – Ponytails Aren’t Just For Elastics
#13 – Hair Breakage From Ponytails
#14 – Side Ponytails Are Sexy
#15 – Avoid Damaging Your Hair
#16 – Create A Half-Up Do
#17 – Volume At The Crown
#18 – Shorter Layers Work Better With Wet Hair
#19 – Unwashed Hair Holds A Ponytail Best
#20 – Tease The Top For Added Height
#21 – Styling Products Make All The Difference
#22 – Ponytail Hair Extensions
#23 – How To Hide The Elastic When You Have Layered Hair
#24 – Ponytail With A Pouf On Top
#25 – How To Accessorize When Wearing A Ponytail
#26 – For A Fuller Ponytail
#27 – Brigette Bardot Inspired Ponytail
#28 – Make A Double Pony
#29 – How High Or Low To Place Your Pony
#30 – There Are No Rules
#31 – A High Ponytail Provides An Instant Facelift
#32 – Short Ponytail For Longer Hair
#33 – It’s All In How You Twist The Pony
#34 – I Dream Of Jeannie Ponytails
#35 – Your Basic Sexy Ponytail
#36 – Side Ponytail For Damp Hair
#37 – Hide The Ponytail Band
#38 – Have Fun With Your Accessories
#39 – For Fuller Ponytails
#40 – Leave Some Hair Loose Around Your Face
For a fun look, after you have your ponytail completely secured, use the tail of a comb to carefully pull a few pieces of hair from the base of the pony to create a light ‘fringe” around the perimeter of your face.
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