Credit Depending on the computer’s color settings this is a blonde style with graphite-gray or deep blue roots. If you already have long white hair, adding gray or indigo blue roots is a great way to add some modern zing!, in a fairly subtle way.
Anyone with longhair should have a prayerful of ribbons, bows, vintage brooches and bits of broken jewelry ready to give your hair a little extra personality! Black velvet has always looked lovely on blonde ponytails and half-up styles, but you can also match or contrast the hair -accessory to your outfit, or your eyes.
This stylist has real artistic talent and this sophisticated ponytail style is suitable for any special event. The woven top adds volume and creates fabulous texture and movement.
Credit Back to classy style, we have another perfect look for a special date or party. It continues the season’s love affair with thicker, looser and more elegant braid ponytails.
The lower braid is looser and the links quite elongated, adding even more variety of texture to a dynamic look. Credit This is a vintage, ‘Continental’ hairstyle that you would see on Italian and French movie stars in the 60s.
Add in the shadow roots and beautiful golden blonde balayage for a casual, high-fashion ‘do! Credit With braids and waves, plus a tousled finish, this extra- long ponytail hairstyle is already eye-catching.
And with natural dark-blonde roots, lightly balayage in warm honey-blonde tones, every different texture is accentuated. And adding height on top is trendy, face flattering and more stylish than flat hair.
Fixing your pony a few inches above the nape gives extra volume and the tousled finish shows off your lovely blonde balayage perfectly! Credit Long, healthy hair doesn’t need to be arranged in complicated styles to look good for everyday wear.
So if you’re looking for a practical ponytail hairstyle, you can easily add some classic style with a black silk or velvet ribbon. This classic undo is ready for a fashion-forward remake into a modern hairstyle that can cover everything from classy casual events to intricate Pinterest INSP.
One major hallmark of a great style is definitely how good it looks, but budgeting time for hair while getting ready has become even more of a consideration. Our goal is to give you something for every occasion and schedule, whether it’s a lazy day off, a trip to the gym, or even the latest run on the hottest social scene.
There’s no wrong answer when it comes to looking good and having fun with what you’re wearing, and if you can match your hair to your outfit (or vice versa! Whether you see ponytails as just a simple solution to the hair in the face” problem, or an opportunity for your artistic talent to shine, we’ve got something to show you.
This gorgeous look is designed to frame your face with softly curling bangs and a beautiful, loosely laced braid. The higher ponytail helps draw the braid upwards, to show off any accessories and keep your hair from hiding the decorations of whatever top you’re wearing with it.
If you want an easy hairstyle, but you hate having your hair in your face, try a cute braid on top and tie it off before you have to fiddle with loose ends. For this perfect ponytail style, the ribbon marks the transition point from a simple Dutch braid to a delicate fishtail, helping the shift to seem completely natural and beautifully intricate all at once.
Another take on the classic pre-chignon flipped ponytail for girls, this deceptively complicated twist will have people wondering exactly how you did your hair. Folding separate curls up and over makes for a much less obvious hidden hair tie, and gives a naturally elegant feeling to this easy hairstyle.
Setting up your flip a little higher up gives you the perfect chance to do a larger wrap around just underneath it! This hairstyle for women goes from cute to classy, depending on what hair decorations you add into the flip.
This cute and easy hairstyle is a modern take on the 1960s bouffant, redone as a classy 2018 ponytail style. A very high pony, coupled with a wider wrap around, give this look its “genie” feel, and the tight center mini-braid absolutely makes it.
Four simple Dutch braids go into the wrap around this ponytail, making this easy hairstyle look that much more complex. Because of the way the curls are set up, it’s hard to see that any sort of hair tie is involved at all, giving this a very natural look.
For this style, we recommend having longhair or making sure you can separate enough out for the upper bun and lower ponytail mixture. A look that’s absolutely made for weekends out and flowers, this pretty hairstyle is easy to make and cute to look at.
Working with the curls helps you wrap your hair over and around the starting point of the ponytail, before adding it back in neatly. Wrapping the hair properly around the high pony angles it upwards, to accentuate this pretty hairstyle and the beautiful, tumbling curls.
In this case, a regular braid, whether rope or Dutch, makes a nice lead into the main high pony event. For this particular look, the loose waves of braided locks lead into the lower ponytail, before wrapping around its base.
A looser, more modern take on the classic milkmaid braid, this style draws attention from every angle. The braid wraps around the ponytail tightly enough that it seems to be the real hair tie, and combined with the curls, it’s a look fit for any contemporary princess.
By tugging at the strands to loosen up the braid, you’ll add texture to your hair and turn an ordinary undo into an art piece. This high undo gives that historically regal feeling, coupled with waves and tumbling curls any fairy princess would envy.
The lower locks make a great wrap around divider, but keep an eye on how sharp or soft you want your curves to be. Ponytail Hairstyles tend to require a lot more hair, but adding upwards into a wispy mid- pony is easy, and adjusting the wrap around to get that high arch is even easier.
It’s best with loose curls that can easily fall into shape, but this sweet and pretty style would look awesome on anyone. This off-centered ponytail extends the maximum possible length of a hair sweep from one side to another and creates a curving, contrasting look.
A gentle twist on individual locks of hair can make a big difference in the long run. By clearly defining all the sections of hair that went into this ponytail, you’ll make seemingly minor things a lot more obvious.
Instead of trying to manage three strands, gently twist two over each other, and create a brilliant new look that shows off highlights and colors alike. The loose twist of this braid also softens the sharp cut of this cool look, making it suitable for any occasion.
One of our favorite things about ponytails is how easy it is to mix, match, and completely redesign absolutely any style you find.