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7 Celebrity-Approved Ways to Wear a Half-Ponytail

Consider it the non-committal ponytail that always saves the day.
7 Celebrity-Approved Ways to Wear a Half-Ponytail
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Consider it the non-committal ponytail that always saves the day.

Half-ponytails are the perfect in-between for when you want a breezier look without tying your locks all the way up in a ponytail. And the best thing about it? There are more ways to wear a half-ponytail than you might think! Below, we round up a few celebrity-approved 'dos you can cop the next time your long locks are bothering you:

1. You don't have to fully commit to a half-up style to wear it. Check out how Heart Evangelista pulled only one side of her locks away from her face and kept the other side down and loose!

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2. To dress up the elastic, cover it with barrettes like Anne Curtis did here.

3. If you want more texture, cop Mariel Padilla's look by braiding a small section from each of your temples. Tie them together at the back of your head or join the two braids together.

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4. For a more relaxed vibe, give yourself some beach waves and then keep your half-pony loose and messy.

5. Attending a wedding? Tease your roots to add volume to the back of your locks and leave some loose layers in front for a face-framing effect.

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6. This look on Maureen Wroblewitz is perfect for round-faced ladies because instead of pulling hair from the sides, it puffs up the top to elongate (not widen!) your mug.

7. Attaching hair pins behind your ear can gets the strands away from your face without actually tying your hair up. Call it a faux half-pony, if you will!

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