This Quick Hack Adds Instant Volume To Your Ponytail

Written by Urvi ShahNov 15, 2022
This quick hack adds instant volume to your ponytail

Spend a few minutes scrolling on Instagram, and you’ll find a hack for every concern you’re grappling with. Add a dash of white along your waterline to play into the illusion of bigger eyes. Use socks to achieve heatless curls. Blend your foundation with a jade roller for a seamless base. Circle your eyes with concealer to cover eye-bags. And so much more. We recently came across a fun hack that helps you fake a voluminous ponytail and take only one minute. And it doesn’t involve the use of heat-styling tools, expensive products, or tedious steps. So what are you waiting for? Read on and don’t forget to bookmark for later.


How to fake a voluminous updo in two steps

How to fake a voluminous updo in two steps

This under one-minute hack doesn’t require any effort. All you have to do is pull your hair into a ponytail with your hands. Now, secure the ponytail with a hair-tie, and wrap it around your hair twice.

This is where the hack comes into play. Right before you wrap the hair-tie around your hair for the third time. In order to play up the fullness of your ponytail, bunch up the top one-third of your hair, and wrap just that portion with the tie. That’s it! Just tighten your now-fuller ponytail, and you’re ready to go.

If you want to dramatise the fullness of your ponytail, you can shampoo and conditioner your hair with a volume-inducing product like the TRESemmé Thick & Full Shampoo and Conditioner. Ideal for thinner-looking hair, this formula revitalises your hair and restores its bounce instantly.

Urvi Shah

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A professional writer by day, and a poet by night, I'm a journalism graduate with experience in the news, travel, and food sectors. A frantic compiler of excerpts from books I've read, you can count on me to incorporate quotes and phrases into everyday conversations without a warning. On days I'm not working, I station myself in front of my laptop, and try to work my way through month-old drafts of my writings.


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