During the springtime, ponytail hairstyles are out in full force, and for a good reason. A ponytail is a cool and breezy way to wear long hair. The soft look of a ponytail compliments the face and is a no-fuss way to style hair. If you plan to wear your hair in a ponytail a lot this spring and summer, you might be interested in some creative ways to put a twist (quite literally) on the ponytail hairstyle. Here some of the best unusual ponytail hairstyles.
Wear a pretty headband with a ponytail. This is a great way to make a ponytail look more formal. A sparkly headband with a ponytail is a great evening look for spring, easy and elegant.
Pull hair back into a ponytail using an elastic hairband. Then, separate a small section of hair from the bottom part of the ponytail. The section of hair should be about 1 cm in width. Wrap the small section of hair around the hairband so that it covers the hairband. Pretend the section of hair is a ribbon that you are wrapping around your ponytail. If your hair is long, you will be able to wrap the strands around your ponytail a few times. Then, use bobby pins to secure the strand in place. This unusual ponytail hairstyle is a nice way to cover up elastic hair bands and makes your ponytail look coifed and neat.
Pull hair back into a ponytail with an elastic hairband. Then, gently loosen the hairband, pulling it down to be positioned at the nape of your neck. Create a center part in the back of your hair. Gently pull the ponytail away from your head and tuck it inside the part. This will create twists of hair on each side of your ponytail in the back. It takes some practice! Use bobby pins to secure the hair in place.
Advanced: twist+wrap ponytail
Pull hair back into a ponytail with an elastic hairband. Then, braid the ponytail and secure the end with another elastic hairband. You can either wear the braid loose or coil it to create a braided bun using bobby pins.
Advanced: braid+twist ponytail
Unusual ponytail hairstyles are an easy way to refresh a classic look – perfect for spring!
Thank you for reading!