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Saturday, August 31, 2013

Dress Up Your Ponytail

Tired of simply tying your hair? Here are some tips on how to pump up your pony I got from www.makeup.com. The instructions are pretty easy so I am sure you can do it on your own.

The Textured Side Ponytail for a more romantic look


To do:
1) Begin with clean, dry hair. Prime with Kérastase Ciment Thérmique, mid lengths to ends, to protect from heat styling. Follow with a generous amount of Kérastase Spray A Porter or other beach spray to get that texturized effect.

2) Curl the hair with a 1” iron in small sections and then apply another light layer of Kérastase Spray A Porter and rake through curls with fingers.

3) Create a “not so perfect” side ponytail by gathering hair loosely at the opposite side of your part at the nape area near the hairline. Allow soft pieces to fall out naturally.

4) Make a braid using a small ribbon of hair from the ponytail. Wrap the braid around the ponytail several times creating a “braid cuff” and secure with a bobby pin.

5) Use your fingers to tussle the ends of your ponytail and enhance the texture. Finish with hairspray.

 The Crimped Ponytail


To do:
 1) Start by crimping hair then creating a center part. Pull hair back over ears, securing into a low ponytail.

 2) Take sections from underneath ponytail and wrap around the elastic. Use a strong hold hairspray such as L'Oréal Professionnel Infinium 3 as you wrap hair. Secure with a U-pin or bobby pin.

3) Finish by applying a texturizing powder such as L'Oréal Professionnel True Grip throughout your hair to create some natural dimension, making sure to have a few falling pieces near the face.

The Voluminous Ponytail for a polished, retro appeal


To do:
1) Begin with clean, dry hair and apply a dollop of volumizing mousse from roots to ends. Tussle dry hair until product is completely dry.

2) Set the hair with a jumbo curling iron (1¼”) or jumbo hot rollers. Once the curls have cooled completely, brush thoroughly. Back comb/tease at the root area on the top, crown and top of the sides to create a cushion effect for the ponytail.

3) Gather hair at the back of the head. Gently brush while making sure to keep the back combing/teasing in tact. To smooth flyaway hairs, spray a bit of hairspray onto the brush before brushing. Secure with an elastic.

4)  Use a small ribbon of hair to wrap around ponytail and conceal the elastic. Secure the ends with a bobby pin. For additional fullness at the lengths of ponytail, back comb/tease inside the ponytail at the top (toward the tail wrap) and gently smooth over with brush.

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