If your hair doesn't want it that way, there is always a solution: a pigtail hairstyle. But on really bad days we would have a step up: braided hairstyles with ponytails. The ingenious thing about it: The hair always looks cool - regardless of whether you have a Good Hair Day - or not.
Another plus: You don't even have to be a hair professional for these simple hairstyle trends. These easy ponytail braided hairstyles by stars and influencers can be imitated by just about anyone.
It couldn't be simpler. The very classic high and braided ponytail is classy and cool at the same time and always works. Also great: With this hairstyle trend you can really go full throttle when it comes to outfits - like singer Justine Skye.
Just as easy to do, but a real eye-catcher: the multi-braid ponytail. A high ponytail is tied and individual thin strands are braided downwards. Super cool!
Warning: Black hairstyles shape a history full of oppression and racism. The wearing of braids, cornrows, or dreadlocks by the white majority society is therefore called cultural appropriation. This recommendation is therefore aimed exclusively at our black readers.
Scandinavians like Emili Sindlev not only have a knack for fashion trends, they also have a good feel for hairstyle trends. When it comes to braided hairstyles, the influencer relies on a deep version of the braid. Cool, especially for those who like to wear caps and hats.
If you want to give your plait a casual touch during the day, you can easily attach your braided ponytail with small scrunchies. Super sweet!
Side parting makes every hairstyle instantly chic and elegant. Of course, this also works with a braided ponytail like here with actress Julissa Calderon. Gold-colored earrings make an evening look perfect.
Don't have very long hair to braid? No problem, you don't have to do without a braided hairstyle - influencer Alicia Roddy also only has shoulder-length hair. She helps with a fake XL braid.
The half-open braided ponytail provides more variety. Here the last ten centimeters are simply no longer woven in. Cool idea!