- Posted by: Ettavella
- Category: Hairstyles to Try
If you’re looking for a way to add some volume to your high ponytail, we’ve got the perfect solution for you! In just a few easy steps, you can create a voluminous ponytail that will make all your friends jealous. So, grab your hair products and get ready to rock that high ponytail!
A high ponytail is a great way to add volume and style to your hair. However, achieving this look can be tricky if you don’t know how to do it properly. This blog post will show you the best way to get a high ponytail with volume. So, whether you are going to work, out on a date, or want to feel more confident, follow these simple steps!
How do you do a high ponytail with thin hair?
If you have long hair, a high ponytail is a great way to show it off. You can add volume to your ponytail by doing the following:
- Part your hair down the middle, and then gather all of your hair into a high ponytail.
- Take a small section of hair from the top of your ponytail, and twist it around the base of the ponytail holder.
- Secure the twisted section of hair with a bobby pin.
- Repeat steps 2 and 3 until all of your hair is secured in the ponytail holder.
- Spritz your hair with hairspray to hold it in place.
How to give your ponytail extra volume?
A ponytail is the most versatile hairstyle. And if you want your pony to look more voluminous, here are some tricks that will help you.
How to give volume to your ponytail? There are many tricks, but none quite simple as this one: separate the hair strands in 4 sections and cross them over each other at the back of your head. Secure with pins. The result? A bun which gives volume to your ‘do!
This pretty easy, isn’t it? 🙂 Do not hesitate to adjust the size of your bun according to your preferences! For example, if you do not have enough hair or prefer a more casual style, opt for a miniature version of the French twist. And for those whose locks are long enough, go ahead and make a bigger bun for more volume.
Another way to give your ponytail some oomph is to tease the hair at the crown of your head before pulling it back. Teasing is simply backcombing your hair with a brush, and it’s a great way to add some extra volume. Section off the top layer of your hair and start teasing at the roots, working your way down. Be careful not to overdo it, or you’ll end up with a big teased mess!