Tie it Up: Sophisticated Updos
Putting hair up in a ponytail is such a simple way to conceal a host of hair issues, from frizz to needing a washing to a bad haircut. But just because it's your go-to hairstyle for when you don't want to style your hair doesn't mean a ponytail can't be pretty or unique. Pulling hair away from the face is a hot trend, and here are a few ways to do it right. First, if it's done right, a ponytail can be a glamorous style. If you want to go with a regular ponytail, smooth some anti-frizz crème through your hair and sweep it up with a soft-bristled brush so as not to form grooves in the hair. To secure, avoid rubber bands. Even traditional hair elastics can be damaging and can leave "dents" in your hair. The newest way to tie up a sleek ponytail is with hair ties - they're thick, ribbon-like ties that work like elastics, without leaving creases, pulling or damage to hair.