THE RISE OF THE PONYTAIL

THE RISE OF THE PONYTAIL

The ponytail has been around for many years now, but never before has it been so on-trend and stylish. Many variations of the ponytail have been spotted swishing on the shoulders of catwalk models and celebrities during the recent autumn winter catwalks shows and it looks like they are here to stay! Designer brands styled their ponytails to suit their key looks and some brands also re-created the classic look by adding a hat, alice band, or even wrapping the hair around the ponytail knot. Chanel pulled the hair tightly back from the face creating an edgy and androgynous look which beauty experts have dubbed the instant facelift. Louis Vuitton also created a neat and tidy effect by pulling in the hair to the middle of the head and knotting securely. As a contrast, designer Dries Van Noten loosely tied the ponytail and fastened it with a statement, gold hair clasp, as opposed to a plain hair band. Burberry Prorsum, took a more casual and relaxed approach to the hair style and created a ponytail that is tied low down, with loose sections of hair falling onto the shoulders. The ponytail not only enhances your facial features and bone structure but also draws attention to your complexion. Make up experts present during the autumn winter shows have advised that it is best to focus on perfecting your skincare regime when channelling this look as your skin should look vibrant and glowing. With the party season on its way, you can consider a ponytail as your answer to a sleek up-do or a more casual look for daytime chic. If you’re hair isn’t the right length to achieve this look, do not fret! The Hershesons invisible ponytail allows you to create seven different looks by simply popping in one hair piece. A great ponytail can never have enough hair, so adding the invisible ponytail will make your hair appear richer in colour, longer and more volumised creating the ultimate, polished ponytail. Christian Dior Ponytail