The next Y2K trend revival is in the starting blocks: the high-seated Barbie ponytail. We'll tell you how it's done and who the trend hairstyle looks best on.
That's what matters when it comes to the trend hairstyle Barbie ponytail
We love 2000s fashion and the Y2K aesthetic. Whether G-string flashes, hipsters, or zigzag parting - the trends of the 00s era are fun and play with clichés. It's the same with the ponytail, which can now sit very high again and be shaped a little with the curling iron. The Barbie ponytail also has another detail that makes the plain ponytail a trendy hairstyle.
If you like it a little more reserved, you can push the braid lower towards the neck and tie the entire hair in a ponytail. However, if you want to take the look to the extreme, section off a section at the front, then gather the rest of your hair and form it into a high ponytail.
Next, the ends of your ponytail are styled with a flat iron or curling iron. Make sure that you form the curls in the same direction. In the end, you can loosen up the trendy hairstyle with a coarse comb.
Due to the changeability, the trend hairstyle really suits everyone. If you have a slightly higher forehead, you can play around it with the separated front part, if you have very thin hair you simply style the curls even bigger. However, the hair must of course be a certain length - then nothing stands in the way of having fun with the Barbie ponytail.
If we look to Hollywood, the Barbie ponytail is already omnipresent here. Ariana Grande, Hailey Bieber, and Kim Kardashian are die-hard fans. And the role of Cassie (Sydney Sweeney) in our favorite series Euphoria likes to wear a playful hairstyle.