Let's be honest, who hasn't asked themselves the question of whether or not to get a pony cut. With just a few scissor cuts, forehead fringes create a completely new look without having to change the whole hairstyle. Perhaps that is also the reason why the pony is celebrating a big comeback this winter and can be combined with all hairstyle trends from short to long.
Anyone who thinks of a straight bar is wrong - because overly accurate ponies are now considered obsolete. We explain how to wear the hairstyle trend instead and which looks will be traded as in vs. out in winter 2021.
Curtain bangs have become one of the most popular hairstyle trends in the past year and this hype will start a new round in winter 2021/22. The facts first: Curtain Bangs - which translates as curtain bangs - is an extra-long, soft version of the pony, the tips of which play around the cheekbones. The pony hairstyle is also divided in the middle and put to one side - a bit like opening a curtain. The look, which was already worn by style icons such as Brigitte Bardot and Jane Birkin in the 60s and 70s, is still a long-running favorite among French women today. While we celebrate their wonderfully effortless elegance, graphic, straight ponies move into the background. The soft look of curtain bangs simply looks much more modern than strict, accurate forehead fringes and also does not have to be trimmed as often.
Round ponies that are cut short in the middle, run in a neat arc, and grow longer on the sides? You can safely forget because this haircut simply no longer fits the currently so relaxed beauty zeitgeist and therefore looks a bit out of fashion. On the other hand, forehead fringes, which appear in a duet with curly hair, are becoming increasingly popular. This hairstyle trend is also better known as the curly fringe and is ideal for all women with natural curls or waves - but it can also be worn with a perm. Practical: You can simply brush off a blow dryer and straightener with this pony hairstyle because it can look a bit wild, disheveled and uneven. This is how she celebrates all of our natural swirls, curls, and waves. The curly fringe now looks particularly cool in combination with a curly shag or bob!
The micro fringe is the shortest version of the pony, ending high on the forehead and above the eyebrows. A hairstyle that definitely makes a statement and can look very modern, but does not fit every face shape and is currently rarely seen anyway. In stark contrast to the so-called feathered fringe: The hairstyle trend revolves around subtle bangs, in which only a few strands of the front hair section are cut short and deliberately fringed. The bangs do not form a strict bar, but rather play around the forehead in an airy and light manner - like delicate feathers. This makes the hairstyle trend great for everyone who slowly approaches a pony and doesn't want to risk too much.