Ponytail with bangs: Different ways to sport this ‘do

Do you love putting your hair in a ponytail? Here are pegs on how to wear a ponytail with bangs. 

Bangs can be challenging to maintain, especially in a humid country like ours. A fringe requires separate blow-drying from the rest of your hair. The effort is worth it, though. With well-styled bangs, you no longer need an elaborate hairstyle to create a fab look. Even a simple ponytail is enough. Here are ways on how you can rock a ponytail with bangs.

Pegs for ponytail with bangs

Ponytail with bangs: Woman with low ponytail and blunt bangs
Look high-fashioned with a sleek low ponytail and blunt bangs. Credit: indigitalimages.com

1. Low ponytail with blunt bangs

The key to nailing this look is having straight, frizz-free blunt bangs. Blow dry your bangs forward, down, and straight right after towel-drying them. This ensures that your fringe stays in shape all day. Then, blow dry or iron the rest of your hair to create a sleek and polished look.

Editor’s tip: Put a drop of TONI&GUY High Shine Serum Drops on your palms and apply it on your hair to combat frizz. 

Ponytail with bangs: Asian girl with ponytail and see-through bangs
Bring the K-wave to school by wearing a ponytail with see-through bangs. Credit: Shutterstock

2. Ponytail with see-through bangs

Calling all college gals! This is a hairstyle you might want to wear in school. See-through bangs are so in, thanks to the popularity of everything Korean. You can even make your look cuter by wrapping a quirky scrunchy around the elastic that holds your ponytail. This ‘do will definitely spice up your everyday look.

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Editor’s tip: Make your hair easy to style by washing it with Sunsilk Smooth and Manageable Shampoo and Sunsilk Smooth and Manageable Conditioner

Ponytail with bangs: Asian woman with brown hair in ponytail and side-swept bangs
When side-swept bangs start growing, you can simply tuck them behind your ear. Credit: Shutterstock

3. Ponytail with side-swept bangs

Side-swept bangs are easier to maintain than blunt bangs. They also look more casual and can blend seamlessly with the rest of your hair. You can add texture to your hair and bangs by applying hair wax or sea salt spray.

Editor’s tip: Spritz TONI&GUY High Definition Spray Wax on your palm and apply the product on the tips of your hair and bangs to add texture and definition. 

Ponytail with bangs: Woman with blunt bangs and ponytail
Loosen a few strands of hair and let them frame your face together with your bangs. Credit: indigitalimages.com

4. Ponytail with tendrils

If you think blunt bangs look intimidating, let tendrils frame your face. Doing so will also help create a laidback, semi-messy look that is great for days when you just want to hang out and chill with your friends. To make your hairstyle more chic, wrap a small section of hair around your elastic.

Editor’s tip: Enhance your hair’s softness and natural volume with DOVE Oxygen and Nourishment Shampoo and DOVE Oxygen and Nourishment Conditioner

Get the products you need by using these links:

DOVE Oxygen and Nourishment Shampoo
DOVE Oxygen and Nourishment Conditioner
TONI&GUY High Shine Serum Drops
Sunsilk Smooth and Manageable Shampoo
Sunsilk Smooth and Manageable Conditioner
TONI&GUY High Definition Spray Wax

Ponytail with bangs may be simple, but when styled well, it looks ultra-chic. Now, you have another reason to get a fringe if you’ve been thinking about it for so long. You may also want to learn different ponytail tricks so you can have fun creating variations of this hairstyle. Enjoy!

Next read: Love see-through bangs? Here are cool hairstyles that go well with this type of fringe. These hairstyles are easy to do—you can wear them to work or school and look oh-so-cool.