Does your hair take more time than it should? If you’re reading this, the answer is probably yes. The experts are here to help, with seven styling shortcuts that will streamline your routine.
The secret to this ponytail? There’s actually less to it than meets the eye. “It looks so much more complicated than it really
is,” says hairstylist Kate Bryan. “All it takes is twisting your hair off your neck. You’ll look like you spent a ton of time
and money getting your hair done at a salon, when you actually did it yourself in under 10 minutes.” The ponytail ends in
a cascade of curls, so if you don’t come by them naturally, create them with hot rollers or a curling iron with a 1.25-inch
barrel. (If you need a refresher, see Bryan’s video tutorial on how to curl hair with hot rollers or how to use a curling iron.) Hair should be clean to start, but if you need a little texture, spray dry shampoo throughout, and run your fingers through
your hair to distribute it. If your hair is flat at the crown, tease it a bit or spray on a little volumizer. And if your
hair is shorter than collarbone length, follow the directions only through step 4, skipping the actual ponytail, to adapt
Read on for the step-by-step how-tos, or click here to see the video tutorial for the Glam Ponytail.