What you need to create this look
- 1 hair pin
- Flat iron
- Strand Smoother Serum Spray
Step by step
1 /11Spray some Strand Smoother Serum Spray from root to tip
2 /11Blowdry using a barrel brush.
3 /11Run a flat iron through hair, working in large sections.
4 /11Spray some more spray up and down in sweeping movements.
5 /11Brush your hair back into a ponytail, leaving your bangs or a few strands at the front loose.
6 /11Brush your hair back all over to get it looking smooth.
7 /11Secure with a hair elastic.
8 /11Spray some hairspray into the palm of your hand and then rub your hands together. Then, smooth down the sides of your hair.
9 /11Separate a small section of hair from the pony.
10 /11Wrap it around the base of the pony to disguise the hair elastic
11 /11Fasten with a hairpin underneath.
The ponytail is a timeless classic that is both chic and practical, and luckily for you this smooth version can now be yours! This sleek look is the perfect way to upgrade your regular ponytail, transforming it into one that’s cute enough for running errands and sophisticated enough for an interview. To get the look, simply follow the tutorial below…
The perfect ponytail
Starting with nearly dry hair, apply some Strand Smoother Serum Spray from root to tip, and make sure not to forget the hair underneath!
Blow dry using a barrel brush, always pointing the nozzle at a downward angle to avoid frizz.
Run a flat iron through your hair, working in 2-3 inch sections at a time. Try to avoid having to go over the same section multiple times or your risk dry ends!
Spray your hair all over with your styling spray once more in sweeping movements.
Brush your hair back into a ponytail leaving your bangs loose (don’t have bangs? No problem! Separate a section of hair at the front and sweep them over in the same way).
Brush your hair back all over to get it looking smooth.
Secure with a hair tie.
Spray some hairspray into the palm of your hand and then smooth down the sides of your hair.
Separate a small section of hair from the pony tail.
Wrap it around the base of the pony to disguise the hair elastic.
Fasten with a hairpin underneath and you're all done!