When your hair is already cut into a textured mullet, you can pull the top half into a ponytail for an artistic look. Poofy slicked back ponytail has just the right amount of color and stays out of the way when you’re busy slaying the day.
When you’re bored with wearing your straight hair the same way, an undercut with subtle shaved designs and a low ponytail up top will freshen up your look. A handsome way to wear dreadlocks is by shaving the lower half of your head and pulling dreads into a ponytail.
All you need to do with your long hair when you need quick style is pull it up in a medium or low ponytail and let texture do the talking. For the guy with short shoulder-length hair, a half ponytail is casual for the gym or beach and easy to maintain.
When you have a fancy dinner or wedding to attend, slick back the hair on your ponytail with gel to keep your look snazzy and smooth. The longer your locks are, the more options you’ll have for ponytail styles so don’t be afraid to grow your hair out.
Predictable is the last word we’d used to describe this summer, but if there’s anything you can count on when the temp hits 90, it’s the best ponytail hairstyles. No matter how hot, humid, or swampy the weather gets, throwing your hair up into a quick and easy ponytail is the easiest solution to deal with the heat.
Sure, we’ll always have a soft spot in our hearts for a classic ponytail, but with the days already blending into one another, why not switch things up with a fun take on the style? All it takes is a little braid here, a backcomb there, and a few strategically placed hair accessories to end up with something that feels brand new.
This high pony would be stunning on its own, but the rhinestones in her baby hairs truly take it to the next level. Add some bling to a clean pony with a single strand of crystals running down your head.
A deep side swoop and a little of volume at the crown gives a classic pony a fun ’60s vibe. Pulling two longer strands out of a polished pony gives your look a throwback edge and is a pretty way to frame your face.
Really lean into the ’60s Barbie vibes with a glam ribbon (cute puppy optional). Ariana Grande’s ponytail is legendary in its own right, but this glam hair clip takes it to another level.
To create this look, hairstylist Justine Marian used eyelash glue and tweezers to add flat-backed rhinestones to the pony. You don’t need to reinvent the wheel, but a dramatic clip helps spice up a low pony.
The secret to getting it really smooth is spritzing some hairspray on your brush before pulling your hair back. Weave a thin braid from brow bone to the base of your ponytail.
A trio of minimal clips at top, middle, and bottom of your ponytail boost volume and make a statement. Add a few golden cuffs to braids or LoCs and pull back into a high ponytail.
Hair pulled back low and loose looks even better with a few layers falling from the front. A scattering of bobby pins makes natural texture look even more gorgeous in a low, brushed-out ponytail.
Create a bubble-ponytail effect by wrapping your hair in four sections with gold thread, wire, or string. Always a good idea, a thick side braid is even better when paired with a low pony and a velvet ribbon.
The ponytail shown here is separated into thirds: one right at the top, one in the center, and one at the bottom, brought together with small elastics. An extra-luminous length of metallic ribbon is basically a statement necklace for the back of your head.
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The ponytail has been worn in men’s and women’s hair since the beginning of time and is the most versatile hairstyle on the planet. It is the preferred hairstyle for those in food handling jobs or when serving customers or for those involved in sports.
Since the early 90s, long hair on men has become an increasingly popular fashion statement. With this has come heightened grooming expectations on male hair, keeping pace with their female counterparts.
The ponytail can be made to look a myriad of different ways depending on the occasion, the hair length and the personality of the wearer. The high ponytail sits at the top of the wearers head and allows all the front fringe and tendrils to be captured in the band.
This style is great for keeping hair off the face and neck when the weather heats up. This style is effective for capturing long hair off the face and neck and as it is a little unusual is best worn by those who want to stand out from the crowd.
A top knot involves the hair being captured and brought back around on itself to form a loop. The top knot can be added to any men’s ponytail hairstyle as an additional way to contain the hair.
A ponytail can be worn as a casual hairstyle for going to the beach, the shops or to visit friends. Make sure any loose strands of hair are captured in the band or smoothed flat onto the head.
Use enough hair holding product to keep it in place and make it appear to have the wet look. Whilst a ponytail used in a corporate environment is not as stark as that in a formal setting, the trend is to have as much of the hair contained as possible.
The wet look and the use of large amounts of product are not called for as a natural look is more appealing in the corporate setting. They are usually worn low on the nape of the neck or the band can be further down the hair if it is longer.
This ponytail is comfortable and easy to wear and is light enough to be worn without even feeling the hair. If left loose it leaves the hair at the front soft, making the face appear friendlier and younger.
This style adds a fresh take on a regular ponytail with the braid adding a different element. For a longer-term solution to tying back hair, first make small plaits or braids all over the head.
A bun is similar to a topknot but the hair is wrapped around the band holding the ponytail and fastened so it doesn’t come loose or fall down. The ponytail is often not very long as the hair contained within it is only of short or medium length.
Another ponytail that can be worn by those with shorter hair is one that sits at the back of the head. Any hair that can be tied together is collected and the rest remains as per its usual style.
Keep curls safe from the weather and help prevent the hair becoming unwieldy and knotty, with a ponytail. When there is no time for product, or bands, or brushes but the hair needs to be organized, grab a large clip, pile it on top of the head and get on with the day or go back to bed.
When heading to the gym, going for a run or doing any workout, a ponytail is the best hairstyle for keeping the locks away from the face and neck to help prevent excess sweating. Work out the body without worrying about your hair with a ponytail for the next visit to the gym.
Reverse the definition of ponytail by pulling the hair from the back to the front and tying it together. Long hair often tends to naturally part in the middle making styling a little difficult.