Hair of the Week: Textured Ponytail Hairstyle Worn By Skai Jackson

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So many contenders, so little time. We constantly see and take note of numerous glamorous hairstyles every single week. However, only one can reign supreme. Therefore, who is taking the crown this time? This week we are waving our flat irons and leave-in conditioners triumphantly at the chic, petite Skai Jackson. We are beyond enamored with the fab textured ponytail hairstyle she rocked this past Tuesday at the Flaunt Magazine x Guess party. Let’s get into all this hair!

Hair of the Week: Textured Ponytail Hairstyle Worn By Skai Jackson

Skai is giving us hair on hair on hair! We love the cool spin that she put on the classic high ponytail hairstyle. By adding texture to the tail instead of leaving it bone straight the look gains even more drama. This is important because at times the idea of wearing a ponytail can seem like a bore. However, as can clearly be seen by Skai’s style, it is very simple to infuse this look with flair.





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Getting volume is very easy these days. Use textured extensions or a clip-on ponytail to recreate this hairstyle. Or if you already have the length try skipping a full on flat iron session. Straighten the front and back so that hair will look nice and smooth pulled back. Then braid up the hair in the tail in order to create a beautiful wavy texture once released. BOOM… new awesome hairstyle unlocked.

Fashion Notes: When your hair is on point you need a fit that is just as bomb. Jackson hit the nail on a head by turning a men’s shirt into a dress! So trendy and ingenius if we may say so. Her “shirt dress” is a design by Guess, fitting since the brand had a major role in the party she attended.

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