9 Cute Ponytail Hairstyles For Short Hair

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Ponytails aren’t just for the school or gym workouts. They are the easiest hairstyle to achieve, because all it needs is a rubber band. Despite being a convenient option ponytails are versatile and certainly not privy to people with long hair. Here’s a look at the nine best ponytail Hairstyles for short hair.

Best Ponytail Hairstyles for Short Hair:

1. The Messy Bouffant Ponytail:

Ponytail Hairstyles for Short Hair

A ponytail need not always be prim and proper to look stylish. Also it need not disappear behind the head just because one has short hair. Taking a cue from the famous Bardot style is this messy bouffant. A lot of back brushing is involved to get this look. In case you don’t want to add too much volume then just a poof over the forehead is all it takes to add a hint of drama to your style.

2. The Pulled Back Short Ponytail:

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If one has really short hair which doesn’t all gather up into a ponytail, and then add some texture to your hair to create some movement. After a blow dry, pull back the hair into a ponytail. Whatever hair does not reach let them fall. Now for all this loose hair, twist them in bunches and secure them with bobby pins. Then neatly finish all fly-always with hair spray. It’s cute yet completely stylish.

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3. Cute Slick Ponytails:

This look has been carried out effortlessly by Rooney Mara at the Golden Globes. Very simple yet extremely polished, this look proves that one does not need long hair to look sophisticated on the red carpet. For this look simply side part your hair and gather it into a ponytail. If your hair is not poker straight use a flat iron on medium heat.

4. Spiky Ponytails:

Style is all about attitude. In this picture Cameron Diaz adds oomph and edge to the humble ponytail. It’s spiky at the end and the front is textured to add some volume. Fuss free and neat, this style accentuates your neck and shoulder blades. Make sure the front portion looks rounded and not strained.

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