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We parted the hair down the mid­dle and used Tre­semmé In­stant Re­fresh Translu­cent Dry Sham­poo to en­hance the tex­ture. From there, we fixed the hair low and flat to the back of the head at the nape. Fin­ish with a lit­tle hair­spray and your fin­ger­tips to con­trol fly­aways, but main­tain a nat­u­ral tex­ture. Split the pony­tail into two and, us­ing twine in a brick­lay­ing ef­fect, wrap around each side of the split pony be­fore us­ing the tongs again and iron­ing the ends. To fin­ish we ran­domly pinned large bobby pins in a cross-like ef­fect be­tween the back of the ears to the pony to con­tinue the play with smooth and tex­ture.


For an ev­ery­day look, try re­plac­ing the twine with small elas­tics and us­ing two to three elas­tics around each side of the pony­tail. Play with em­bel­lish­ments us­ing dif­fer­ent an­gles with some bobby pins.

Struc­tured pony­tails and pins graced the run­way at Jonathan Simkhai. BRYCE DAL­LAS HOWARD

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