Some days, the sweetest look you could possibly sport is a nice and casual ponytail with bangs. It’s not too complicated, doesn’t take much time to style once you get the hang of it, and, most importantly, it gives you a great style without looking like you tried too hard.
See more: 4 WAVY HAIR TRENDS FOR 2017
- Side-Swept Pony
This look is one of the best casual hairstyle ideas you could possibly have when it comes to ponytails. To recreate it (whether you’re a brunette or not, it still works wonderfully), just tie your locks together in a low ponytail, not too tight, so you can then sweep it to one side. Take one strand of hair and make an easy wrap around. No need to style your bangs in any particular way, the natural hair look is just perfect with this relaxed hairstyle.
- Double Tied Pony
This look is perfect for long bangs, whether they are on the side or not. Perfect bangs with a pony hairstyle can save your look whenever you’re having a bad hair day or don’t have time to refresh your locks. Also, your hair should be pretty long as well (or feel free to lengthen it with a weave). Tie a half of your hair high and then tie another low ponytail joining these two together. Wrap one strand of hair around the low pony, fixing it in place with a hair pin. This style shouldn’t be too loose or too neat.
- Glamorous Pony with Side Bangs
When you’re preparing for an out-of-the-ordinary occasion, this perfect elegant ponytail can be your best hairstyle choice. First straighten your hair, then tease the root slightly, curl the ends and gently tie your hair into a side ponytail. Comb your bangs to the same side as your pony. Use hairspray to keep everything in place.
- Half Pony with Parted Bangs
This is perfect with messy hair that is just a bit curly. Section out a half of your hair and tie it up high. Part your long bangs in the middle. This hairstyle is ideal if your hair has natural volume or you just love voluminous styles.
- Vintage Curls
If Christina Hendricks is among your style icons, then you’re going to love this ponytail with side bangs. You don’t need to actually tie your hair up, but just use pins to fix it in a very loose side swept ponytail. Then also sweep the bangs to the side and apply some light spray.
Side Pony with Fishbraids and Long Bangs
To start working on this ponytail, first plait your hair in several fishbraids and a loose French braid as a headband. Then tie everything into a low side ponytail and brush your long bangs to the side as well.