is one of the best blogs around for functional and fabulous hair how-to’s, and today we bring you one of our favorites from their collection. The swirling texture of this deconstructed, low pony is a great way to add visual interest to your style, beat bad hair days, or keep long hair away from the face. Casual and lived-in, this pony is recommended for adding beatnik inspiration to a weekend look. Read on for an easy how-to…

Step: Mist hair with thermal protector and refinish dry shampoo Use a one-inch curling iron to create curl and movement through the sides and back.

Step: Create a low ponytail, using hair below crown. Divide hair above crown into 3 even sections.

Step: Tease the middle section for added volume and texture.

Step: Now twist the middle section and pin it to the low ponytail using a large bobby pin.

Step: Tease one side section to add more texture. Twist it back and pin it to the low ponytail using a large bobby pin.

Step: Repeat previous step on the other side section to complete the look.

Step: Pull a few pieces out around your face to soften the look. Mist whole head with holding spray to support and shine.


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