Hair

That High Half Pony Life

 

I rarely do much with my hair. The only routine I’ve ever gotten into with my hair is I wash it the night before, blow it out, and then wait till the next morning to style. I have naturally wavy hair, so I love to throw some curls in and keep it loose and fun. That’s it!

Less is more when it comes to my hair sometimes. I have really thick hair, which I’ve learned over the years is a blessing and a curse. I mainly wear by hair down just because I just don’t know what else to do with it. I tend to just flip it back and forth throughout the day and let it run wild.

Years ago, I was watching an episode of the Kardashian’s (yes, don’t judge me), and I saw where one of the hairstylist’s used this little trick to get a higher pony. Who wouldn’t want that?! I was so intrigued that from then on I was all about. Now, as I watch certain shows on tv (Housewives epsecially), they’re all doing it. So I’m in!

I start with the essentials: A thin hair-tie, two bobby pins, and a teasing brush. I then take the bobby pins and attach them onto the hair-tie. The way the bobby pins anchor into the hair help make the pony high without budging.

 

 I decided to do a half up, half down look. I sectioned off the top part and anchored the first bobby pin on the top, in the center, preparing to go around the pony. I then go around the pony with the elastic till I can’t anymore and secure the second bobby pin in the back, under the pony, sticking it all the way in. I then take my teasing brush and tease the “s” out of the my hair, especially the pony, to get that volume pumped up. The messier the better!

 

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Tada! It takes five minutes and your pony is going to be on point ALL DAY.

Cheers!

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