The messy ponytail is everyone’s favourite go-to hairstyle for a lot of reasons—it’s easy to do, suits most hair lengths, is perfect for a lot of occasions and finally, it looks all sorts of amazing, no matter what outfit you wear or what kinda makeup you do. What’s more, our fave celebs make a case for some of the cutest messy ponytail ‘dos that we definitely wanna play copycats to. Here’s a roundup…
Before you begin
 

Before you begin

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Elle Fanning
 

Elle Fanning

Elle looks like she got outta bed, grabbed the first hair tie she could spot, skipped looking into the mirror and just tied her hair up into a tousled high messy ponytail—but we’re not complaining at all, it totally works for us!

Blake Lively
 

Blake Lively

It won’t be wrong to call Blake Lively the queen of messy ponytails—she has sported so many versions of this gorgeous hairstyle and this one right here is our favourite. While most celebs prefer wearing their hair sleek on the red carpet, Blake wore her textured, beachy waves in a loose messy ponytail! We love!

Victoria Beckham
 

Victoria Beckham

If you’re someone with thin, straight hair, take cues from Victoria Beckham and opt for a side-swept low messy ponytail! Don’t forget to spray some texturizing spray for that extra drama!

Shay Mitchell
 

Shay Mitchell

If you have a layered haircut, choose to centre-part your hair from the front while leaving the front layers loose; collect the rest of the hair and put it into a messy ponytail! You can give it an extra boost of volume by adding a bump-it on the crown section. Back comb your ponytail for some serious volume!

Jennifer Aniston
 

Jennifer Aniston

All you girls with mid-length hair! Take cues from Jennifer Anniston and try this ‘do by teasing your hair and adding a lot of texture to it. Achieve this hairstyle by using the tail of the tail comb to pull of random sections of your hair once it’s up in a ponytail!

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