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a hair style that draws the hair back so that it hangs down in back of the head like a pony's tail

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A hairstylist just shared the secret behind Kate Middleton's perfect ponytail.
From the sleekest, chicest ponytail you've ever seen (a massive hit at the New York shows) to beautifully messy braids in Milan and the return On the Mark Fast catwalk 1 THE SLEEK PONY TAIL The look: A super-shiny, sideparted ponytail tied low on the neck.
He recalled a parent teacher association meeting in 2013 where a proposal was discussed regarding the future of ponytails in his school, reports Itai News via SoraNews24.
Step one: Smooth the top into a triangular section from the peak of the eyebrows and secure in a ponytail, leaving the rest of the hair down.
3START SIMPLE There's no need to jump straight into complicated French plaits and fishtails as a novice - start with a simple plait down the length of a ponytail.
CURL each section by wrapping pieces of the ponytails around a 1-inch barrel curling iron, then let cool.
Curl the ponytail around two or three fingers, and pin it to the hair at the nape of your neck with two large bobby pins, one on either side.
WITH blustery winds and endless rain showers it's no surprise that this season we are loving the ponytail.
There was the polished and preened, such as Fekkai's Paul Hanlon, who created a "slightly uptight, austere" low ponytail for Jonathan Saunders, and Nicole Farhi's sleek and sporty high pony by Sam McKnight, above, who declared ponytails "the staple for spring/summer".
BIG BROWS: A model at Burberry PONYTAIL PARADE: Making a swinging impact on the runways, ponytails proved to be a backstage hair hit once again.
All the ponytails sported on runways and red carpets have one thing in common; they all cover the elastic with a strand of hair from the ponytail, for a polished final effect.
2 -- color) Sandra Oh was one of several stars sporting cocktail-length dresses and ponytails - though hers was later accessorized with an award.
P&G employees, their families and friends, and the local community gathered in the Tower Gardens at the P&G general offices and donated nearly 400 ponytails to benefit the Beautiful Lengths program, which, in partnership with the American Cancer Society and HairUWear, creates free real-hair wigs for women undergoing cancer treatments.