Easily switch up your style and wear a side ponytail. This style is ideal for those with long hair. It's just as quick and easy as a ponytail that hangs in the center of the head, but adds interesting flair to your style. Wear it straight or curly. If you've got bangs, let them hang in front or slick everything back for an elegant and refined style.
Add an Accent
Add a quick accent piece to your pony. Instead of a boring and plain hair tie, for example, wear an embellished one. Or, for even more glamor, take a cue from designer Jason Wu, who added a chic gold feather to his model's hair during his runway show at New York Fashion Week.
Half Bun, Half Ponytail
Create a half-up, half-down look. Part your hair into three even horizontal sections. Pull the top two sections into messy buns by twisting your hair, securing it with hair pins and pressing the buns down with your hands to make them look unfinished. Pull the bottom section into a ponytail to complete the look.
Add some volume to your ponytail. Take the middle front section of the hair and tease it. Smooth back the outer part of your teased hair with a brush and use pins to hold it back. Then pull your hair into your ponytail. This style instantly adds volume and upgrades your ponytail without taking too much time.