These are the steps I take to up my ponytail game! Use all of them or just use one of them, it'll help!
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I just tried this. It was an epic fail. I think it's all about having just the right hair length, texture, and thickness. I can't even get a ponytail holder with bobby pins to go all the way around! Looks nice on her, though.
Ponytails get uncomfortable and slip out of place all day. This has clips and Bobby pins and teasing, it would get uncomfortable so much faster and you couldn’t redo it easily. How about we just be okay with how normal ponytails look instead of wanting them to look like actual cartoon pony butts?
Pony tails are so boring and typically worn by equally boring Millennial feminist types. They look particularly bad on professional types eg lawyers. A pony tail should only be seen on a girl of about age 5, if mum had no time to braid her long hair, but a smart mum would keep her kids'hajr cut very short, to save time and hassles each morning getting ready for kids'school and her own job, if she must have a job at all. If I go to a lawyer, any gender, or similar professional wearing a pony tail, I automatically assume they are either politically correct if female ie good cause to not use them but find better. Or, if male, I won't have much confidence in their capability eg a bureaucrat or accountant with messy or even tidy long hair hardly inspires confidence in their capacity for orderly thinking, tidiness etc necessary in such occupations. If you must have long hair as a female in such jobs, tie it back in a neat, tight, symmetrical style that attracts no attention when you move around, unlike the highly sexual looking female ponytail on feminist lawyers and similar professionals. Even in poorly paid jobs, it looks crappy and unprofessional eg the waitress whose sexy swinging pony tail ends up swishing into your meal, when it should be securely tied into a tight Bun, out of sight, ideally under the clean caps waitresses wore in an earlier era, with better standards. The only adults who may be OK with a pony tail swishing around are strippers in sex clubs or some kinds of music artists, though not all. Mainly troubled young men and innocent looking young performers singing/playing/dancing innocent, non sexualised songs etc. Ban the pony tail. In many European countries, it is regarded as a sign of extreme bad style and vulgarity for women to wear a pony tail, because it has certain connotations eg what comes out from under the horse's tail? Shit. And what do people do on horses? 'Ride' them. So the pony tail is considered to be sexual and obscene and no self respecting woman would be seen wearing this style. If she values her image and reputation eg to get/keep a job or a man etc. It's a definite No No and, if you are a tourist innocently sporting one, along with certain other styles and behaviours of Western feminist modern women types, you are actually signalling that you are pretty 'easy' and inviting 'holiday experiences'. Like being raped, abducted, even murdered, especially if travelling alone or with other raucous women out for a good time abroad, playing up sexually etc because nobody back home need know what they did with who and how, where why. Well, not until the HIV, STD and other disease test results come bavk to remind you and also let others know, via information technology privacy failures and deliberate breaches.
My hair is thick and down to my ass. I have the hardest time trying to make my hair look like it has volume cuz it’s so heavy. 5 mins seems like a long time (for me). Thx for the vid. I will try. Wish me luck. 🙏😘❤️
I wear my hair in a ponytail every single day, which has causes traction alopecia so now I can’t wear my hair down which worsens it. It’s become a bad circle where my tight ponytails causes bald spots so I wear ponytails more to hide it etc..
Can you share some hairstyles that won’t put stress on the hair but hides the bald spot so it can grow out? I have very long hair so I can wear a bun without any elastics or pins, which is what I’ve been doing now for weeks now, but I’m not sure if it’s good or bad for the hair considering the hair is the only thing holding all the weight.
Love the DIY hair elastic idea! I have used what they call "hair bungee cords" to do that off and on for many years, but they aren't always easy to find. Your DIY way makes it easy to always have one around!
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