Hardly any hairstyle is as popular as the ponytail. Here are 5 beautiful variants for spring. We tell you the most beautiful ponytail hairstyles for spring!
If there's one hairstyle that's trending every spring, it's the bad-hair-day-saver ponytail. No wonder: a ponytail shows off your face, is super easy to style, suits every hair type, and can look both casual and elegant. Another plus: There are many different ways you can wear the trend hairstyle:
The uncomplicated hairstyle for a bad hair day: the classic ponytail.
Styling is so easy: Brush all your hair straight back and secure it in the middle at the back of your head with a hair tie. If you have a particularly large amount of long hair, it helps to tie the braid while you are overhead. As a finish, you can put some hairspray on the hairstyle and fix the small, protruding baby hairs on the head with a fresh toothbrush.
This romantic ponytail, braided to the ends of the hair, looks very chic.
This braided ponytail variant looks romantic and feminine. Simply tie a classic ponytail, braid down a French braid or a herringbone braid if you like, and secure it with another hair tie at the bottom. And voila, very chic!
Eye-catcher Look – A ponytail in a deep ponytail looks elegant.
How a ponytail hairstyle can look classy? Very simple: Massage dry shampoo or some hair mousse into dry hair, brush the hair close to the head, and gather it loosely into a low-slung ponytail. It is particularly elegant if you then hide your hair tie by wrapping a few strands of hair around it again and fastening them with bobby pins.
Power ponytail! This ponytail conjures up a lot of volume in your hair.
The backcombed ponytail is a bit reminiscent of the glam of the wild 80s, giving you an extra portion of the volume in spring. Here's how it works: Brush your hair back close to your head and tie it in a ponytail in the middle of the back of your head. Then put some volume powder in the lengths and ends and work in with your fingers. Backcomb the strands below the hair ties if necessary. Girls with thin hair can also use a pony puff for extra volume and attach it under the hair tie so that it gives the hair volume but in turn covers the tool.
Can't decide whether you want to wear your hair loose or in a braid? Bingo! With the half-open variant, you have both!
Hairstyles in which the hair is worn half open offer an elegant alternative to the classic ponytail. The highlight: the front part of the hair is pinned up or back so that our face remains free. The half-open ponytail looks particularly beautiful when you tie it back with hair bows or attach trendy monochrome clips to the sides.