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28 totally amazing ponytails perfect for school: Part 3

Celebs are showing their undying love for that style champ, the basic pony. We’ve got eight more inspiration shots and how-tos to round out our 28-total mammoth. (Go here for part 1 and part 2.) Which pony are you gonna try first?

 

Lauren Conrad’s tuck-it-under pony
 

This may not look like your typical pony, but it started off as one! Pretend you’re making a low pony, but keep your hair tucked into your hair elastic instead of pulling it out! Fuss with a few face-framing layers to make it look easy.

 

Bridgit Mendler’s curly tail pony
 

We heart Bridgit’s pretty tail—steal this style by creating a quick side part with the front section of your hair, then pulling the rest back into a mid-height pony. Use a 2-inch barrel curling iron to create waves in the tail, wrapping hair in different directions around the iron to create a tumble of curls. Add a quick flip to the front sections, while you’re at it!

 

Crystal Reed’s majorly piece-y pony
 

Crystal’s bumped-up pony looks fierce with her choppy bangs. Continue the piece-y look throughout the pony by pulling out the pieces on the side of the face and using a curling iron to add movement to the layers.

 

Jordin Sparks' face-framing pony
 

Everything about Jordin’s look is meant to frame the face, which we love! Create a center part all the way down, and pull hair into a low pony at the base of the head, centered. The trick here is to wear the tail around on one side, over the shoulder. Curl the ends of the pony to add flirty volume.

 

Chloe Moretz’s short pony
 

Chicas with cropped locks can totally pull off Chloe’s look. Leave a 2-inch section of hair out of your low pony, then use a flat iron to straighten the front pieces. Awesomely rad with leather.

 

Julianne Hough’s bouncy pony
 

Love the height on Julianne’s bouncy tail. Lightly tease the crown first, then pull up into a mid pony. Tighten the tail to create even more rise, and make sure to leave the front sections free—smooth to finish.

 

Janel Parrish’s sky-high pony
 

Janel’s pretty pony has a decidedly retro vibe. Pull off a major pouf for school by pairing with a neutral lip—but red’s totally okay for a night out! It’s a typical pony with a little bit of a bump: Take a comb and tease that crown, then pull everything back into a high pony. Make sure to spritz with strong hold hairspray so it doesn’t fall flat during the day.

 

Leighton Meester’s bangs-aside pony
 

Leighton Meester rocks the “I’m growing out my bangs” look with a cinchy pony. Pile everything into a pony first. Apply a texturizing spray to your bangs and your ponytail, then use a comb to separate bangs with a middle part. Psst: it’s cute if everything’s a bit messy here.
 
 

BY MAGGIE PERKINS AND JANE CHA ON 9/12/2012 12:00:00 AM

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