10 Ways to Wear a Ponytail with Hair Extensions

April 15, 2019

10 Ways to Wear a Ponytail with Hair Extensions

Ponytails are everyone's favorite timeless hairstyle. They are the easiest and quickest go-to hairstyle. You only need an elastic band in hand to make a simple, classic ponytail. You can use clip-in ponytails, to add more volume. Compared to other types of hair extensions, ponytails are very easy to use. There are a few creative ways you can wear a ponytail. These stylish ponytails are a perfect solution for both casual and formal outings.




  1. Long Romantic Ponytail

    A classy way of wearing your pony. Using clip in extensions of about 3-4 clip wefts are okay to do.

    •    Tie your hair to a low ponytail
    •    Clip the wefts one by one around it.
    •    For the first weft clip it as close as possible to the elastic band to find room for the remaining wefts.
    •    Make the wefts tight and secure the ponytail using a hair tie.
    •    After everything is alright, you may now start creating soft curls with your ponytail.
    •    Gently brush it out afterward.

    Long Romantic Ponytail

  2. Sleek High Ponytail

    A stylish way to rock a ponytail.

    •    Create a small ponytail just at the crown of your head.
    •    Take a weft and clip it around the base of your pony close to the elastic band and the same with the other wefts.
    •    Make it a point to tighten all the clips.
    •    Gather all your remaining hair into a high pony and make sure to cover the base of the clip in wefts. Smoothen your hair and keep any flyaways.
    •    Take a small section of your hair and wrap it around the base to conceal the elastic.

    Sleek High Ponytail


  1. Messy Ponytail

    You can play around with this style.

    •    Clip in your wefts in the same manner as with the previous techniques.
    •    Part your hair mid-way and then flip it upside down.
    •    Leave enough strands at the nape of your neck and use them to cover the clip wefts later.
    •    Continue to clip in the remaining wefts but this time do it upside down.
    •    Gather up all your hair into a high pony.
    •    Pull random sections of your ponytail and tease them.
    •    Loosen up your ponytail a little bit by tugging at the top of your hair or the crown.

    Messy Ponytail
  2. Double Twisted Ponytail

    Perfect ponytail for a classic look.

    •    Split your hair in two.
    •    Bring the right part to the front.
    •     Work on the back with the left section.
    •    Wist the hair on the left side up to about half your hair and secure it using an elastic band.
    •    Redo the process for the right part of hair but now, twist starting from the right towards left.
    •    Twist the two sections to create a strong effect.
    •    Finally, secure the two sections using another hair elastic band.

    Double Twisted Ponytail


  1. Fishtail Ponytail

    Fishtail ponytail has a great bohemian vibe.

    •    First, brush your hair into a ponytail and then tie it using an elastic.
    •    Take a small section from left side to right side.
    •    Redo it but now with the proper side crossing over the left side.
    •    Repeat the process all through up to the end of the braid.
    •    Go back over the twist and pull on the edges to make the braid more full.

    Fishtail Ponytail
  2. Giant Wrap Ponytail

    This a perfect and straightforward hairstyle for an everyday pony.

    •    Brush your hair backward, and gather it all together to put in a ponytail.
    •    Wrap a big chunk of hair around the base of the ponytail.
    •     On the bottom, use a lot of bobby pins to secure it.
    •    On the top, everywhere to ensure the ponytail is secure.
    •    For some volume at the top of your head, use the bottom of a comb to make a few sections lose at the top.

    Giant Wrap Ponytail


  1. Bubble Ponytail

    Bubble ponytail is a twist on a classic hairstyle.

    •    Take an elastic and slide it up about an inch from the base of your ponytail
    •    Repeat step 1 by moving down an inch each time you apply an elastic band
    •    Make sure the elastics or rubber bands are small enough that they create the bubble in the ponytail without having to twist twice
    •    Also, fluff each section before you apply the elastic to make sure it gives you a nice bubble effect

    Bubble Ponytail
  2. Invisible Ponytail

    Braid your ponytail. If you have hair is short, make it a bit longer.

    •    Apply hair glue to the weft
    •    Begin wrapping the weft around the end of the brain
    •    Continue steps 3-4 making sure you brush the extensions out to prevent tangles
    •    Take your time to ensure your ponytail looks neat
    •    Once you reach the base of your ponytail secure the end of the extension with hair glue
    •    Take a section of the expansion, spray with holding spray, and wrap it around the base of the ponytail
    •    Put it in place with the help of bobby pin
    •    Use some hairspray and oil to keep the hair in place as well as boost shine

    Invisible Ponytail
  3. Wrap A Ponytail
    •    Pull up your hair and make a high ponytail
    •    Put your scarf out on a flat surface
    •    Fold the scarf to form a triangle
    •    Fold the pointed end of the triangle over to meet the opposite edge of the scarf
    •    Wrap the scarf around your head and tie it three times in front
    •    Twist the scarf tail ends and tuck into the scarf

    Wrap A Ponytail
  4. Short Hair Ponytail

    An ingenious way to give your short hair a ponytail. Tease the crown section of your hair if you want extra volume

    •    Using your elastic band, create a low ponytail and leave the hair loose on the sides.
    •    Pull tight on your ponytail without compromising amount
    •    Use bobby pins to secure the free sides of your hair to the top base of the ponytail.
    •    To create fullness tease the ends of the hair
    •    Use a headband to add more interest to your style
    •    Spray with a small amount of hairspray to keep everything in place