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7 Cute And Easy Ponytails for Summer

By Lynette Neo


1. Classic High Ponytail

Does your ponytail moves lower at the end of the day? The solution to this everyday problem is to support your ponytail using hair pins! This tiny step will help you to create a higher and longer lasting ponytail!


2. Messy Ponytail

Since our hair always get messy before the day ends, why not make it messy at the start of the day! The key of this messy look is to tie your ponytail just by using your fingers. Try to loosen your ponytail and add some hair spray to keep it messy all day long!  


3. Bump / Fuller Ponytail

Sick of classic ponytail? Try tying two ponytails to create hair bump and fuller ponytail! You can also blow the upper part of your hair using hair dryer before tying it to create bigger bump!


4. Curly Ponytail

No one ever goes wrong with a curly ponytail. This look is suitable for both normal days and special occasions. You can also try matching this hair with cute or vintage accessories and outfits to look extra girlish! 


5. Twisted Ponytail

To achieve this twisted ponytail look, pin most of your hair at one side and twist it. After you are done twisting it, tie a ponytail at the end and use a small amount of hair to wrap the rubber band section!


6. Braided Ponytail

Braids and ponytails are lovely in their own way and it gets even better when you combine both elements! Whether it is three strands braids, french braids or fishtail braids, you can combine any type of braid you like with ponytail!


7. Bubble Ponytail

If you have really long hair and you always like to add fun elements in your style, bubble ponytail is one thing that you shouldn’t miss. Bubble ponytail is easy to create and it gives you the quirky and adorable look. Finish off this look with fun looking beachwear and voilà! The perfect look for summer!


These are the 7 ponytail ideas for this summer! If you enjoy reading this article, feel free to like or reblog to share it with your followers!

The Rose Quartz Wig

I just got a question about my Rose Quartz wig, and I couldn’t fit the answer in a reply, so I’m making a post with the details. 

Okay so the wig is comprised of 8 different parts. 

1. The base wig is a Vivien from ardawigs in Bubblegum Pink

2. The separated wefts from (2) Long Curly Clips in Bubblegum Pink (also from Arda) 

3. (2) Packs of Long Wefts in Bubblegum Pink (Also from Arda)

4. (3) 18’’ Ringlet Curly Pony Tail Clip Light Pink  split into 6 parts. EBAY ITEM


First thing was to sew all the wefts (not the ringlet clips) into the base wig. Which is how we end up with this gorgeous head of pink hair. 

Then you get those baby tiny rollers and somehow put all of this hair into those. 

I then used the turorial from Arda on curling wig fibers and dunked the whole thing in a bath of boiling water, followed by ice cold water. 


Once the fibers dry (had to leave it overnight) and the rollers are removed it looks something a little like this. 

Then I took the ringlet parts and sewed three of them below the skin part, and the other three above it between them and the bangs. AND VOILA!