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!
summary: Emma discovers that she has no qualms with a blind date if the blind date meets all her requirements. Such as handsome and living on a boat. words: ~900 rating: T idk a/n: dedicated to @goddesswan as a pick-me-up. ♥ typos galore, i’m sure, because I typed this in like half an hour.
Emma scowled. The better part of an hour had passed and yet
she couldn’t see any sign of Mary Margaret nor did she receive a response to
the numerous texts that Emma had sent in the past hour. The restaurant looked
like the type of place someone might go to celebrate, but from an outside
appearance, it didn’t look much different than any other restaurant in downtown
Storybrooke wasn’t even that large, there was absolutely no
reason that Mary Margaret wasn’t waiting for her already, especially since Emma
had taken fifteen minutes longer than normal to show up. Deputy Booth wasn’t
the fastest man in the world, she half thought his body was made of wood from
the slowness of his movements when it came to switching shifts.
Funnily enough, it only showed up when he was arriving at
work and yet his hitherto unknown relationship to fast moving superheroes seemed
more prominent when his shifted ended for the evening.
Familial relationships to fictional characters aside, Emma
wanted nothing more than to head home and snuggle in her bed, but a promise was
a promise, no matter how drunk Emma might have been when she made it.
* Request: Can you do something with Anthony maybe like you are in the cast too idk
* Modern rpf
A/N: So uh…I suck at real person fiction so please keep that in mind while reading this. I hope I kept people’s personalities as believable as possible. And a crappy ending because I couldn’t think of a good one…
Word Count: 2,013
You scrambled through your house when a knock sounded. You flung the door open. Anthony Ramos stood there and raised an eyebrow at your appearance. You were donned in sweatpants and a tee shirt. Not to mention a little breathless from scrambling to the door.
“You ok?” He asked. You took in his appearance. He had taken an effort to put on jeans and a white v-neck tee shirt. His curls hung limply around his freckled face. He had a backpack hanging off of one shoulder.
“Define ok.” You huffed and stepped aside to let Anthony in. He was holding two to-go cups if coffee, one of which was yours. You headed back to your room and emerged with a duffle bag. “Ready?” You asked with a nervous grin.
“If you are.” He responded with a much more relaxed smile. He handed you your coffee and the two of you left together. Opening night. At the Richard Rogers Theater on Broadway. You and Anthony rode in a cab and you nervously tapped your foot.