On the mornings when you spend more time hitting the snooze button than you do getting ready, there’s only one answer when it comes to your hair: an easy ponytail with bangs. Throwing your hair up into a cute and flirty ponytail takes under a minute, and you’ll be both stylish and on-trend when you incorporate a set of bangs into your style. Read on for our fave flirty ways to wear a ponytail with bangs:
1. Sleek Bangs
Use just a touch of Nexxus Exxtra Hold Sculpting Gel to style your bangs into a sleek side-swept look.
2. Short Ponytail
Pull your bob up into a mid-level ponytail and leave your bangs down. This is both a sweet and effective way to get your hair off your neck.
Take advantage of your relaxed hair and use this opportunity to incorporate bangs into your style.
This style works with bangs of all kinds. Sweep your side bangs in the direction they naturally fall, and then gather the rest of your hair back into a ponytail.
5. Cropped Bangs
Ask your stylist to cut your full bangs just a bit shorter and wear this style with a set of cropped bangs.
If you’re in the process of growing out your bangs, this is a great way to mask that awkward stage and draw attention to the rest of your hair.
7. Piecey Bangs
Honor the ’90s with a full set of piecey bangs. Scatter some subtle highlights throughout your hair for the full experience.
8. Extra Volume
Use a teasing comb to tease the hair at the crown of your head for an extra touch of volume.
Add some extra detail into your look by accessorizing your ponytail. Pin a collection of fabric flowers into the front of your style to really make the look pop.
10. Full Bangs
It goes without saying that this style looks great with a full set of bangs. Keep your strands moisturized, healthy and high in shine by washing and conditioning them with TRESemmé Moisture Rich Shampoo and TRESemmé Moisture Rich Conditioner.
Brush your bangs to the side for a slightly more casual and easy-going style.
12. Side Ponytail
Change up your look altogether by securing your ponytail on the side instead of in the back.