Hair Style

#Hairspiration: Ponytails

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From frolicking at the beach to red carpet affairs, ponytails are far more versatile than you’d imagine.

Knotty and Nice
Who needs hair accessories to tie a ponytail when the hair itself can do a pretty decent job of it? Variations of the knotted ponytail date far back into history, so it’s fair to say that this kind of ponytail has some serious style pedigree you can build on.

Bubble Blast
After spending some time in purgatory, the bubble ponytail is back on the style radar! We predict it’ll be one of the hottest red carpet hairstyles in early 2018. So, try a bubble ponytail now and stay ahead of the curve.

Crimped hair takes some time and effort, but the end results are so worth it. The best way to wear crimped hair as a ponytail is to alternate it with sections of straight hair. Visually, the contrast of textures definitely makes for an alluring look.

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Go High
There’s something very 80s about the high ponytail, and we mean that in a good way. For a long time, Ariana Grande was the only celeb championing this retro classic. But now, the high ponytail is fast becoming a favourite with numerous celebrities, especially when it comes to laid-back Sunday brunches.

Get Low
The low ponytail is incredibly versatile with regard to what you can do with it. From a casual stay-at-home look to an extravagant evening gala affair, a low ponytail fits in everywhere with equal ease. This style is a great way to incorporate braids and hair accessories into your ponytail.