Thursday, January 6, 2011

Hair Inspiration: A Chic PonyTail!


... it reminds me of the ponytail I used when I was a flight attendant but this one has an interesting twist.. that J'adore! The ponytail I know is very simple: you make a loose low ponytail, you make a whole in the center between your scalp and the ponytail, you flip the ponytail inside of it... and voila!! Now I need to figure out the twist..!! {I'll try to do tutorial if my words are not very clear.. let me know if you would be interested}.

Hope you have a fabulous hair day!!

43 comments:

Femme Fatale said...

fabulous!! gonna try it, it's definatly something different:)

xo

breakfastatfaymes.blogspot.com

Leigha said...

This hair is effortlessly gorgeous!

Leigha

morgan said...

wowza. this is awesome.

Daniella said...

OK... more importantly, you were a flight attendant??? That's so cool! (Love the ponytail.)

mimi said...

Fabulous indeed!<3

And yes please I'd really love a tutorial!

Little Rus said...

Thank you for sharing this gorgeous photo! Now I need to learn how to make it... Uhm, new obsession... :)
x

Tienn said...

Looks like a fatter variation of fishtail that ends abruptly (if that makes any sense). I have to grab a friend to try this; it's too hard to experiment on myself.

Cindy Swanson said...

Please do a tutorial! I love this, but would never be able to do it without explicit instructions. :)

Anonymous said...

Yes, love this !!

Sasha {Everything Fabulous} said...

Thank you for all the lovely comments! I'll try to do a tutorial next week!! Isn't it cic with a twist?
Hope you are all having a fabulous day!

Hinda Toufga said...

Wow beautiful , will try it ..thanks dear

LouBoo said...

Hi - I tried this on my daughter - harder to do on myself! I am having a blog giveaway you might like - of the handbag variety! Lou x

Vera said...

Looking forward to your tutorial! ;)

Sarah Klassen said...

Chic idea!

Eva said...

Just the other day I was thinking of unique and beautiful ways to style long hair. This is so pretty and simple!

Marissa said...

That's beautiful. I want to try it!

Lindsay said...

Oh please, please, please yes! I cannot figure this one out!

Nicole said...

Let us know if you figure out how to do it!! <3

xoxo,
Nicole
PublicSmiles.blogspot.com

mommypanda said...

Tutorial, yes!

Anonymous said...

Wow, very chic!
I'd love to see a tutorial.

013 said...

I tried for so long to make this hairstyle, but I just can't figure it out. Please make a tut.

tiffany. said...

had to use this pretty photo on the Drops of Jupiter BLOG /// http://ht.ly/3JAQX

xo.

Kirsty said...

This is an incomplete and loose fishtail braid at the top of the pontail, and fastened with a pin.

Ali May said...

Just curious if you ever posted the tutorial. I found this do recently on pinterest, and I'm in love! I'd love to know how to do it.

Emma said...

Just tried this on a friend it's really easy.

Divide your hair into two parts. Take the top hair and make a loose ponytail which you loop through the parted center as described in the image caption. Then take the lower part of the hair, divide it into two parts and "cross" over the rubberband from the top ponytail (to hide it), kind of lik tying a simple knot. Now fasten the ends of the lower part of the hair in the back of the rubberband either with a pin or two or just pry it into the rubberband.

This creates a ponytail similar to what's on the picture, don't know if that's how it's really done though :-)

venturelane said...

I know what flip you're talking about! I use the same one - it is a life saver! Since my hair is so thick, if I wear a regular pony it is too heavy, and I'll get a headache. So I use this funny little flip. Everyone always asks how I did it, but the secret is that I bought a tool from Claire's to do it. It's a little loop that turns into a stick, and all I do is slip the pony through it and then slip the stick through the hole. It makes the whole thing so much easier : D

Cara Jess Mason said...

I featured this on my blog!
http://themidkid.blogspot.com/2011/02/stuff-i-like-sunday_27.html

xoxo Cara Mason

Noblekatt said...

I MUST learn how to do this! it is lovely!!!

Anonymous said...

Maybe you do that twice?

Quézia said...

I think it is a tail, leaving two side locks. You take these strands and twist it twice over the tail, and learns at the bottom of the tail.
Sorry for the bad text. I had to translate the text into English.

www.themombot.com said...

Love it! Really need to figure out how to do it (1.), and then grow my hair long enough (2.)... haha :) Sent you some link love today http://www.themombot.com/crafting/2011/05/13/friday-link-love

Jinii said...

I would love a tutorial on this if you figure it out!

Brooke said...

would love a tutorial tutorial!! I love it!! thanks for posting!!...b

Lot said...

so nicee..
xxx lot.
Miss Always Right
http://lamiamoltodolcelombrico.blogspot.com/

Karen said...

Would also love a tutorial!!! It is so beautiful, and I have the same thick hair problem...

felicitouschick said...

Just found this making the rounds on pinterest. Have you done the tutorial? I can't find it on your blog. :) Would love to see it!

Julie said...

Would like the tutorial for the ponytail in the picture for sure! Anybody have any idea? I do something similar to the fishtail too but doesn't look like this. :)

Amy Kelly said...

Here is a tutorial on how to do this look exactly: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=17NCHN4VPCw&feature=youtube_gdata_player

Hope that helps!

Anonymous said...

I saw this style on you tube today and remembered your blog. I think she recreated it. Looks easy. Here is the link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrnuw_A58QI

Beauty Tutorials said...

Going to try this...it looks really fun and not overly difficult!

Sara said...

Just Saw this on pintrest. I love, love, love it!! Please do a tutorial, Please!

Kaitlyn / mom said...

Gorgeous would be great on my 14 yr old who loves pony tails (mom not so much everyday). But this would be a great twist. Have you posted a tutorial yet. I am more if a visual learner. Thanks do much

Anonymous said...

Please post a tutorial. This would be a great alternative for my daughter

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