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Pony-O Ponytails With Bangs

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Pony-O Ponytails With Bangs

Ponytails with bangs using Pony-O

Six quick and easy ways to wear a ponytail that will suit your bangs using the Pony-O!

Back when we were midget balls of sunshine running around the house, we were rocking those bangs shamelessly but now that we’re older and more conscious of how we look, we’re kinda skeptical if we should bring the bangs back because what if we can’t pull it off? We say go out of your comfort zone and try something new and spice some things up when it comes to your hair. If you’re lucky enough to find the right type of bangs that will suit you, your hair game might just change for good! To help you with this matter, here’s a complete rundown if you want to know what bangs will suit you.

Bangs adds a little something with your overall appearance without looking like you’ve tried too hard. Got fiveheads? Go for the bangs. Want to try something different? Cut your bangs. Want to get a new look? Get banging bangs. It just looks effortless and casual but it looks very stylish as well!

Bangs 101

Let’s talk about the different type of bangs that you can choose from and which ones fit you best:

  • Blunt Bangs
  • These bangs are best for straight thick hairs. Blunt bangs are cut across in a dramatically straight manner which ends right before your eyebrow. These bang perfectly covers your whole forehead which would look great for girls with gifted fivehead.

  • Parted fringe
  • It has been going around for a while now and only few can actually rock ‘em at the perfect length. It can be tricky to style as well as it compliments specific hair types and face shapes but works best for framing and giving the face some slimming effect.

  • Choppy bangs
  • Full of texture, these bangs is the thinner version of blunt bangs hence it cover your forehead but not as much as the latter. Looks detailed and more edgy as well. Short choppy bangs will give you a softer and more feminine look than long length ones.

  • Side swept bangs
  • The side swept bangs forms a diagonal chunk of hair from one side of your hair ending at the other side across your forehead. This one's a classic and considered by many as a type of bangs that’s really easy to style. It can be a styled in a subtle and soft manner or a daring one (don’t lie you used to rock this during your emo phase).

  • Arched bangs
  • It’s similar to the blunt bangs except it arched, as the name indicates, which follows your face’s natural curvature exposing more of your facial feature in a flattering manner.

  • Wispy bangs
  • Wispy bangs has been a red carpet favorite. We’ve seen a lot of artists rocking this type. It’s more on the safe side because it looks like normal stray hairs which you can still hide and combine with your hair.

  • See through bangs
  • Let’s give it to the Koreans for rocking this type of bangs best. It radiates a very feminine vibes and also requires the least maintenance and effort. These bangs are so soft and thin that it would pass as long baby hairs!

    Pick out the best bangs for your face shape

    Round

    Getting the right bangs for your face shape can be a bit tricky. We suggest getting side swept bangs that are cut in a hard and thick angle which will give you the illusion of a longer face shape. Stay away from straight cut bangs as it will accentuate the face’s circular shape.

    Oval

    Girl, you may skip this part because any bangs will work and will look good on you. Talk about #blessed! Think about it, you can rock different type of bangs every month!

    Heart

    Go for long length bangs or fringe and have them layered. You can rock the parted fringe, side or wispy bangs as long as you don’t cut them too short! Don’t even think about getting full fringe bangs if you don’t want to accentuate your forehead.

    Square

    Opt for bangs that graze your eyes that extend and tapered to the sides which will soften the your hard facial angles. You can choose between side swept, wispy and arched bangs, just make sure that bangs are longer on the side and bangs at the center will fall just a bit below your brows.

    Create ponytails that would compliment your bangs using Pony-O

    If you’re feeling like a dare-devil and up for this change here are some few ideas that will aid you in styling those bangs with Pony-O! As much as bangs go really well with ponytails, you also want to try some other hairstyles for a change. Here are some that you can recreate using the Pony-O:

    Half ponytail

    Ponytails with bangs

    1. Separate the desired height of your hair
    2. Finger comb it and gather it in a ponytail at the desired height
    3. Using your thumb and your forefinger, pull your hair through the Pony-O
    4. Pull it close to your head and squash the band flat
    5. Sharply bend the ends with your thumbs on top and your pointers at the bottom

    Half french twist

    how to wear a ponytail with bangs

    1. Separate the desired section of hair and finger comb it in a high ponytail straight back and off center
    2. Using your thumb and forefinger, draw the hair through the Pony-O
    3. Squash the band flat and slide it back gently, two to three fingers from your head
    4. Squash the band into a horseshoe shape to secure it
    5. Gently dig a deep pocket in your hair straight across using both hands
    6. Make sure that the pocket is complete clear of hair
    7. Hold the pocket open with both hands while using your forefinger to fold the band into the pocket
    8. Tuck all of your ends into the roll raising the other side with one hand while you tuck the hair into the pocket with the other hand

    Waterfall

    Pony-O for ponytail with bangs

    1. Gather your hair in a ponytail
    2. Place your thumb and forefinger through the Pony-O
    3. Turn your hand over and grasp your ponytail from underneath
    4. Draw a portion of your hair through the band until the ends are at the desired length
    5. Squash the band flat
    6. Press the ends down individually to secure it

    French twist

    Wear ponytails with bangs with Pony-O

    1. Finger comb your hair into a high ponytail straight back at temple level and a little off center.
    2. Using your thumb and forefinger, draw your hair through the Pony-O
    3. Squash the band flat and slide it back gently approximately three fingers from your head
    4. Squash the band into a horseshoe shape with your thumbs on top and your pointers at the bottom to secure it
    5. Gently dig a deep pocket in your hair straight across using both hands making sure that the pocket is completely free of hair
    6. Holding the pocket open with both hands, use your forefinger to fold the hair into the pocket
    7. Tuck all of your hands into the roll raising the other side with one hand while you tuck the hair into the pocket with the other hand

    Butterfly bangs

    How to wear your hair in a ponytail with bangs

    1. Separate the top section of the hair and draw it back into a high ponytail
    2. Using your thumb and forefinger, feed your hair through the Pony-O
    3. Squash the band flat and gently slide it back about three fingers distance from your head
    4. Press the ends down until it is secure
    5. Gently dig a hole in your hair between the head and the band making sure all the hair is out of the hole
    6. Hold the hole open and using your forefingers, flip the Pony-O up and through the hole first and then pull your ponytail through
    7. Comb over the split

    French roll

    Ponytail ideas for people with bangs

    1. Draw your hair back into a high ponytail
    2. Using your thumb and forefinger, draw your hair through the Pony-O
    3. Squash the band flat and slide it back gently approximately three fingers from your head
    4. Press down the ends with your thumbs on top and your forefingers at the bottom to secure the band
    5. Gently dig a deep pocket in your hair using both hands, make it is complete free of hair
    6. Holding the pocket open with both hands, use your forefinger to fold the hair into the pocket
    7. Tuck all your ends inside the roll
    8. Comb over the split and lightly over the style

    These last minute hairstyles will save your bangs! Let us know which one you will wear in the comment section below!

     


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