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Get a little help from eyeshadow to fake thicker hair.
Watch the tutorial here.
Get the much needed ponytail height with a small butterfly hair clip.
Or support it with two hairpins.
See how she did it here.
Use a comb to float the middle and back layers before pulling your hair into the ponytail.
A graduated ponytail is the safest way to pull your hair back during exercise.
It's the perfect hairstyle if you have long bangs or wispy layers that always seem to get out of the grip of the rubber band of your ponytail.
If you have thick hair, this chunky twist is a romantic twist on the side pony.
Get the tutorial here.
Give your ponytail an effortless, messy look by texturing it with dry shampoo.
If you have shorter hair, prevent the back parts from falling out through double braiding.
It will also look fantastic, like a cute little pineapple.
If you have side panels that fall out frequently, braid the sides.
Stack two ponytails to create the illusion of a longer, fuller ponytail.
Make a topsy tail (inverted ponytail) and tuck the ends in to get a simple chignon.
If you just want to get your hair out of your neck, do an inverted ponytail on the website,
Or just turn it over.
And when we're talking about wrapping your bangs, there's a trick for that.
The secret is to use a CURLING IRON on this tiny strand.
< data–id=”5040559″>Here's a cool trick to get the bangs look, even if you don't have hairpins lying around.
Get the fullness of the Ariana Grande-level ponytail with a ponytail extension.
The full instructions can be found here.
The double knotted pony is an even more interesting variant.
Knot two strands of hair for a variation of the ponytail wrap.
Complete tutorial here.
Get up a little height, no hairspray required by doing a half hairstyle first.
Place a large floppy sheet on top of it.
Full instructions here.
If you have short hair, you don't have to miss Brigitte Bardot's crown height.
Follow this tutorial to get the look.
What if you really don't have enough hair for a ponytail? Put it in a ponytail cuff.
Here's a cool technique to keep all those stray baby hair in your ponytail.
If you have never completely mastered ponytail dents, there is a product for it.
It's called InvisiBobble and looks like an old phone cord.
If you have thick hair, just separate out the bangs for more height at the crown.
Curl your hair in about a minute by putting your hair together in a ponytail and dividing and conquering two or three sections.