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Hair Tutorial: Three Easy Ponytails in Just Minutes | Put Your Self First |

By daniellesmith |

Beauty_PonytailsThreeWays_BabbleTruth be told, I frequently wear my hair down, but my husband has always loved it when I’ve worn my hair up – specifically in a ponytail.  I think it is the combination of seeing something ‘different’ on me as well as a classic, yet more casual vibe.

However, a standard ponytail can start to feel boring or like something I would only wear if I was heading to the gym. I think that was one of the reasons I always shied away – that I felt as though I should be sporting workout attire if I was just ‘throwing’ my hair up.

But the good news is, with only a few tweaks (and VERY little additional time – BONUS!), you  can style a your ponytail in such a way that you feel less gym-worthy and more styled and fancy.

Naturally, it is much easier to SHOW you than to try to walk you step-by-step through the process. Take a look at the video for three simple and easy ponytails you can do in just minutes:

Are there other ponytail styles you love? Share them here or send me a link – I do love to try new styles (even if it takes me a little while to figure it out)

Thanks for watching!

Read more from Danielle on Babble and her personal sites ExtraordinaryMommy and DanielleSmithMedia.
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A decorated public speaker and a masterful listener, Danielle Smith can engage and entertain both online and live audiences alike. She is the founder of Extraordinary Mommy, the author of Mom, Incorporated: A Guide to Business + Baby , and a lover of all things video. Read bio and latest posts → Read daniellesmith's latest posts →

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