March 18, 2013

Triple Topsy Tail Pony Tutorial


 Today's tutorial is quick, simple, and casual. It's a fresh way to change up a typical ponytail, without adding to much time or effort!

All you need is a few clear elastics and a bit of hairspray. Optional: texturizing spray/dry shampoo






43 comments:

  1. I never saw this kind of look before, great change from your typical ponytail! Thanks for sharing :)

    xo, Dina
    Beauty to Sparkle

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  2. This looks very pretty! I must try it sometime :D


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  3. Ahh Kate that is adorable! I love it!! : )

    Kayla
    www.lovelucygirl.com

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  4. you made that look super easy so i actually feel like i could try it out! love it - thanks for sharing :)

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  5. you seriously have the best hair tutorials! xo

    http://allthingsprettyandlittle.blogspot.com/

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  6. Ahhh! I love it. A lot. Harlow and I just watched it, and now she's pining for more hair- I know it.

    Also- we called them "waterfalls" growing up- and side pony tails were "a Nicole pony"- of course names after the girl in my sister's class who ALWAYS wore a side pony.

    I'm kind of thinking those names might not be used very widely.... ;) but it's what my kids will know them as!!

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    1. Cute! I grew up calling ponytails "jennifers" because my neighbor friend, Jennifer, always had the cutest ponytails. :)

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  7. This is super cute and I so want to try it!!! :) Do the clear elastics come in different sizes? I bought a pack of Conair clear elastics at my local CVS and they are so tight! I can get them in my hair but when I take them out, it pulls alot of hair out with them. So I wasn't sure if I could buy some looser ones or not??!!

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    1. Yep, they do some in different sizes. Sounds like you need larger ones? They shouldn't pull any hair out!

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  8. This is so cute and looks super easy! I love your tutorials + will definately be trying this out one day this week :)

    Thanks!
    Lindsey @ tinyinklings.blogspot.ca

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  9. I have the same trouble as Janna! Those clear elastics are so stinking small and pull my hair out.

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    1. Glad it's not just me! ;)

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    2. they come in a variety of sizes, try larger ones!

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  10. Love this look!!!

    www.makingitsparkle.blogspot.com

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  11. I have short hair,but love to watch anyway! p.s. love the earrings in this tutorial..can you tell us where they might be found? thanks!

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  12. How cute is this?! If I had short hair I would definitely wear it in cute little twists and ponies.

    Amber
    FACE IT Catalog

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  13. Ah! Cute and quick, I love it! My hair is long and super duper straight, so I need all the tips I can get. That and I also seldom use product in my hair. I'll be checking out more of your hair tutorials for sure!

    ~ Ferly
    Gifts We Use {to grow, love and serve}

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  14. This is so precious! My teenager has naturally thick, wavy hair (lucky girl!) about an inch shorter than yours and loves side pony's but likes to change it up. I will be doing this to her hair tomorrow, thank you so much for sharing this adorable tutorial!

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  15. I LOVE this hairstyle. My hair is long, and I have a hard time doing the other tutorials. I just can't make it do what I want it to. I can totally do this one! I curled my hair yesterday, wearing it down today, and will do this cute side poney tale tomorrow! YEAH!

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  16. Such a cute tutorial! Could you share where you got your earrings and what lipstick you're wearing?

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  17. Such an easy look that's so cute! Definitely going to be trying this one this week.
    grey et al

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  18. Very cute.

    xoxo
    Mags
    http://magsmind22.blogspot.com

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  19. Adorable and creative! Your hair always looks top of the pops, Kate!

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  20. This looks so romantic and casual!

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  21. Cute! I love it!
    www.shannonheartsblog.com

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  22. Earrings are adorable! Where from?

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  23. Hi Kate,
    Absolutely love your blog. Another question about the clear elastics; I bought Conair in the largest size available and they always snap after a few hours. I don't have thick hair at all and only wrap it twice. Do you have a brand that you recommend?

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  24. This is adorable!!

    Hope you have a wonderful day!

    Sheree
    The Hartungs Blog
    thehartungs.com

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  25. that is such a cute way to fix a pony tail! You make it look so easy... sadly I can never get my hair to look quite like yours does in the pictures. You must have a gift for fixing hair or something :)

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  27. This is so cute, just tried it out and it looks so nice, thanks!

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  29. I tried this on Tuesday, with disastrous results! The smaller piggie flips didn't lay right & my hair lost all texture after I had put the elastics in. It just went all slippery & flat as I was trying to work with it.
    Sigh...

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  31. Good job :) i like your blog posts. Happy blogging!

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  32. Your tutorials are awesome, and I don't want to sound offensive...but what is your natural haircut? Because this dirty blonde is beautiful!

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  33. Your tutorials are awesome, and I don't want to sound offensive...but what is your natural haircut? Because this dirty blonde is beautiful!

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