Summer or winter, a ponytail is one hairstyle that never goes out of style. No matter what your hair length, throwing it up into a high ponytail is the quickest way to style it. But wearing the same old classic ponytail can get a little boring after some time. Agree? Soooo, we combed through Instagram to find some non-boring ways to style your high ponytail this season.
- 01. Rope braid ponytail
- 02. Bubble ponytail
- 03. Half up curly ponytail
- 04. Accessorised high ponytail
- 05. Sleek, high ponytail
01. Rope braid ponytail
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Sleek long ponytails might be a thing, but if you have long, gorgeous hair then try a rope braid ponytail. It's a celebrity favourite and is easy to create. Perfect for sweater weather, it will go with your party dresses too!
02. Bubble ponytail
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Girls with medium to long hair, here’s another way to style your hair into a high ponytail. A bubble ponytail is easy to create and looks stylish AF! All you need is 4-5 hair ties depending on your hair length. Simply tie each one at a distance of 3-4 inches to create this stunning hairdo. Then fluff each section up to make it look like a bubble.
03. Half up curly ponytail
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If you have long, curly hair or like curling your hair often, this half-up high ponytail is just for you! Simply grab the top half section of your hair after creating curls and carefully tie a ponytail at the top of your head.
04. Accessorised high ponytail
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Barrettes, clips and other hair accessories have made a comeback and how! Earlier, you used them to secure your hair in place, now they are statement-making accessories we can’t get enough of. Amp up your classic high ponytail by stacking some barrettes or clips.
05. Sleek, high ponytail
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A side-parted, sleek high ponytail will always have a special place in our hearts. If you love classic hairdos, go ahead with TRY this one. tt’s still trendier than most bun or braid hairstyles out there.
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