Proof Low Ponytails Don't Have to Be Boring
There is nothing quite as perfect as second-day hair: not too coiffed but not yet messy. It's the epitome of model-off-duty tresses. But when the third day rolls around and our flowy waves turn into messy tangles, we attempt to hide our unruly, unwashed locks by throwing them in a low ponytail. But according to Pinterest's analytics team, this hairstyle is not just a means to hide dirty hair but rather a very popular option, as ponytails are trending up 40% on the website.
In an effort to find more ways to hide the fact that we haven't washed our hair in 72 hours, we scrolled through Pinterest and found the top-trending ponytail hairstyles that are intricate enough to disguise copious amounts of dry shampoo yet simple enough to execute on our way out the door. For the low-ponytail hairstyles that are blowing up on Pinterest, keep on scrolling.
For an effortless yet put-together hairstyle, tousle your locks with Amika's Perk Me Up Shampoo ($25), and throw in an accessory.
Embrace your natural texture with this side-part, low-ponytail hairstyle.
Add an extra-special element to your low pony a slick-back and super long braid.
To get this twenties–inspired ponytail, add a few sleek finger curls and fasten.
Low ponytails aren't just for those with long hair. Do as Margot Robbie did (and her celebrity hairstylist, Bryce Scarlett) with this loosely pulled back pony for lobs.
If you are looking to create a more sophisticated ponytail, hide your hair tie with a strategically placed section of hair.
This relaxed ponytail with a metal fastener, like Lelet NY's Slit Silver Tone Hair Clip ($130), is the perfect day-to-night hairstyle.
Low ponytails aren't always an afterthought, as seen by this gorgeous, sleek pony.
Be it a piece of twine, ribbon, or multiple hair ties, creatively knot your tresses for a not-so-simple yet equally chic low pony.
For a minimalistic style, simply fasten your ponytail and pull out a few face-framing layers.