Practical and ideal for resisting heat, a ponytail is the ultimate transfer of hair strength. You can see this in the movies-before the main character even saves the day, you can bet they tie their hair. After all, sometimes you just need of your hair from your neck to feel a little clear head. But there’s no denying that a humble ponytail can be a little drab sometimes, right? And while it may seem simple, it can be tricky to get it right. It’s annoying when you’re facing a wiggly separation or lumps and lumps and all you want is a smooth, pulled back pony.
"This is really one of the hardest looks to achieve," said Aaron Carlo, Tresemmé's top stylist. "The trick is to do it in two steps-you can't do it in one! First, split the hair in half. Start by tipping your head (this will prevent the bottom of your hair from sinking in." ponytail), and then section the hair from ear to ear and go through the top of your head and secure that with a ponytail.Then you can start drawing the hair from the bottom and secure that to ponytail. This way, you have less distance and amount of hair to control, and you avoid getting pieces of hair in the back that don’t sit properly. ”To conclude, Carlo recommends using a tight grip. hair spray to lock in style.
If a carefully curated messy ponytail is over your zone but you can't reach balance, Carlo advises you to work, rather than against, the natural texture of your hair. If you need to add some nerve to the root for texture, "" dry shampoo is your best friend, "Carlo says." Work with some of Tresemmé Between Volumizing Washes Dry Shampoo ($ 6) to the roots, then pull the hair in a topknot style, and secure it tightly. From here, you can pull a few face -framing bits, loosen the hair at the roots to create that movement and body, and you can pin and place any loose piece of hair to create the ' I just threw away my hair ' that you see everyone knows. "
Take a look below for the best ponytail hairstyles that we come back to from time to time.