29 Awesome Ideas Easy Ponytail Hairstyles – The Best 2023
Ponytails are a great option for days when you don’t have time to do your hair but still want to look cute. However, there’s a huge difference between the classic ponytail we all know and a chic ponytail. We’ve rounded up 29 easy ponytail hairstyles that are suitable for both everyday and special occasions. So whether you’re looking for a romantic look or something simple that only takes seconds to create, these ideas will inspire you!
Easy Hairstyle With Low Puffy Ponytail
Here’s a super easy hairstyle to try out. To get this look, grab some bobby pins and pull back the front pieces of your hair. You can do it in an upward motion if your hair is long enough to create volume or keep it simple with a cute side part. Next, gather all of the loose strands and quickly tie them into a low ponytail while leaving out some bangs on either side (or not). Then use more bobby pins to secure them in place so they don’t fall out during the day.
To style yourself: First, apply mousse liberally throughout your damp tresses and blow-dry using a round brush for extra volume at the roots of your hairline or on top if you have straight locks like me! Remember: less is more when styling so don’t overdo it because then it’ll just look messy! Afterward I used my favorite hairspray from Bumble & Bumble which has been around since 1994 but still remains one of my favorites due its ability withstand humidity without making hair feel sticky or stiff like aerosols usually do.”
Easy Hairstyle Ponytail With Braid
This hairstyle can be worn by women with long hair, medium-length hair and even short. Curly or straight hair will work for this style. The trick to creating this ponytail is to add volume and texture with a few braid sections in the front before clipping it back with an elastic band. This will make your ponytail look more stylish and create more volume at the crown of your head.
Easy Hairstyle With High Ponytail
To create a high ponytail, use a hairband to gather your hair and twist it to create a loose bun.
Brush the hair down with a brush to smooth it out and secure the bun with another hairband.
For a low ponytail, wrap two strands of hair around each other before sliding into the elastic band that you are using for your high ponytail. Then secure this with another elastic band at the base of your neck or in front of your ears if you have short hair.
If you want an additional element of sophistication, try making your low ponytail part on one side by twisting just one strand from either side together before securing them with an elastic band.
Simple Smooth Low Ponytail Hairstyle
Make sure your hair is clean and detangled, then take a comb and brush all of your hair back to get rid of any knots or tangles.
Next, using a low ponytail holder or elastic band, pull your hair up into a tight ponytail at the crown of your head (right at the top where it meets your forehead).
Spray some hairspray on the rubber band (or use an anti-humidity spray) so that it doesn’t loosen from humidity or sweat during the day!
Simple Ponytail With Loose Hair
The loose hair will help you create a more natural and relaxed look.
To get this style, start by brushing your hair with a soft bristle brush to ensure that it’s smooth. Then use a hair tie to secure the ponytail at the nape of your neck. This is where most people have their scalp visible so make sure that some of your hair falls down in front of this area (about an inch) so it doesn’t appear bare when you wear the rest of your long locks out in front!
Next, pull some pieces out from underneath the elastic band—these sections should be small enough so they don’t weigh down your ponytail too much but large enough so they don’t fall out completely while wearing this style! If any strands are still hanging out after smoothing them into place with one hand, use another comb or brush as needed until everything looks perfect!
Now you’re ready for styling tips: if desired spray lightly with hairspray then blow dry on low heat until completely dry before taking down from its original position which should take about 10 minutes max depending on thickness/density etc..
Smooth Hairstyle With A High Ponytail
Gather your hair into a ponytail at the back of your head, secure with an elastic band and smooth down any flyaways with a brush.
Pull out a small section from underneath the ponytail and twist it around itself until you reach where you want your braid to end, then secure with an elastic band or pin it in place at its tip (we’re going for something a little more low-key than our previous two styles).
Take another small section of hair from underneath the first one and repeat step 2 above – this will create two braids that join together at their bases like a French braid or fishtail braid (you can also add more sections on top if you want more texture). Now just keep repeating steps 2 & 3 until you have enough length in each braid to wrap around itself once more – this should be about half way down its length when starting out but will depend on individual thicknesses too!