In the hair world, a ponytail is a girl’s best friend. This is the only hairstyle we can rely on, anytime. No matter where we go, this style can totally fit into any kind of appointment or occasion. There are also tons of ways we can style a ponytail. We can absolutely play around with it and modify it to our own taste. If you want to add volume and length to your pony, you can do that in an instant without having to use hundreds of hair products and wait for like forever just to see results. Want to know the secret to that? Hair extensions! Yes, clip in ponytail extensions or even just a set of regular clip in hair extensions can help you achieve a longer and more voluminous pony.

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You can never go wrong with a ponytail, you can wear it virtually everywhere. Although, there are many ways to rock a ponytail, there are certain pony styles that look better on us compared to the others. How it looks on us greatly depends on the shape of our face, so we have to be careful in choosing which among them would best suit you. Let’s take a look at which type of ponytail would best flatter your face shape.

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Round Face
A high pony is perfect for a round face shape. It elongates the face and creates balance to your features. Building height at the crown of the head brings the focus upward and balances out the roundness of your cheeks. We recommend that you tease the ends of your hair for a more stylish look. Avoid a sleek ponytail as this will make your face appear more round. Aside from a high pony, you may also tie your hair into a pony just at the nape of your neck and add side-swept bangs or a deep side part across your forehead for a softer look.

Oval Face
Considered to be the most coveted of all face shapes where everything is in balance. If you’re lucky enough to have an oval shaped face, you can pretty much do whatever you want with your hair and still look fantastic. Whether low, high, side, sleek or messy, basically all types of ponytails works on you.

Square or Rectangle Face
Face framing is essential in order to soften the chiseled or hairline and jawline. Pull a few strands of hair a the front and add a wispy bangs as well to create a flowing effect at the edges of your face. The face-framing effect can be achieved best with a center part. For the ponytail’s ends, you may create soft curls to balance out the angles.

Heart-Shaped Face
A mid-height ponytail with side-swept bangs or swooping side part works best for women with wide forehead and lovely narrow chin. The layers will help conceal the imbalances and pull the attention towards the cheek area which in turn adds length to your face. For a polished look, you can smooth the ends with a flat iron.