There is hardly a woman who has never asked herself the question when it comes to bangs: should I or should I not? Right now, when we are discovering incredibly cool pony hairstyles both on the heads of the models on the runways and on those of the influencers on social media, we are wrestling with ourselves again.
For those who long for a visual change, the bangs often seem like the gentler step compared to the short haircut. Nevertheless, we are plagued by the questions: Do I even look good at a pony? And anyway: micro bangs, side bangs, grings, curtain fringe - what is the right haircut for me?
The good news is: Anything is allowed in fashion. So the decision is entirely up to your personal taste. Although the extra-long ponies are still at the top of the trend list, we were able to discover a few short styles at the autumn-winter shows.
Let yourself be inspired by our picture galleries!
With long hair, a pony can be a nice change of pace. Everything is possible here, from micro to macro, straight or oblique, graphic or asymmetrical bangs.
Long bangs go best with medium-length hair, especially for praise, otherwise, the prince's iron heart effect threatens. It should reach just below the browbones. But a typical curtain fringe also looks great with medium-length hair.
There are also great pony hairstyles for short hair - whether you opt for a brow fringe with a classic bob or a pixie.
Of course, those who have little or very fine hair cannot sacrifice too much of it for a pony. A delicate fringe can still provide a great effect that loosens up the hairstyle and flatters the face.
Think you can't wear bangs because you can't tame your curls and swirls anyway? Then let these photos teach you better. Pony hairstyles are particularly popular for curly hair.