FROM HER: Do not tell Ariana Grande, but the high ponytail is dead. At least, this is the case according to New York Fashion Week, fall of 2019. Until now, we have witnessed countless parades with dummies in low ponies, which seems to indicate that the trend of the tight and high "torn" ponytail has been popularized by celebrity hairdressers like Chris Appleton (who works with Grande, Kim Kardashian and Jennifer Lopez) and Jen Atkin (who works with Kardashian-Jenners and Bella Hadid) ) have reached their end. Good riddance of headache in a ponytail.

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Justine Marjan, who in the past has been a high-ranking ponytail evangelist for famous clients like Kim and Ashley Graham, has led the charge of the low ponytail. Ambassador ghd and TRESemmé proved how versatile the hairstyle was at the Cushnie and Christian Siriano shows in the fall of 2019. Cushnie presented the low ponytail in its most relaxed state: loose, hidden hair behind the ears and extra-shiny hair. In Siriano, Marjan showed that a low ponytail could also be subversive, with silver chains "element of surprise" hooked to a hidden cornrow and cascaded. "The collection is very futuristic, so we wanted something cool and very nervous," said Marjan. See? Ponytails = the future.

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The hairstyle has also received a glamorous and elegant treatment at shows such as Ralph Lauren and Badgley Mischka, where low ponytails marry wonderfully with formal wear. Redken Global's Creative Director, Guido Palau, featured some of the Ralph Lauren models in a "soft and exquisite ponytail" with a side part and a silky finish. It was about communicating luxury.

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Bella Hadid, fan of the ponytail ("I'm obsessed with the fact that it's pulling my head back, everyone makes fun of me for doing it all the time!" She confided to last year), modeled the low ponytail look Beautiful results: meanwhile, Mischka's low ponytails looked ultra polished with a pompadour lifted to the top of the crown and a luminous and wavy tail. Hairdresser Peter Gray for Cutler Salon and Redken said he was inspired by "the glamor but austerity of the 1940s and 1950s after the war," he said behind the scenes. "The pony looks like the tail of a horse, knotted and away from the head with bouncing waves that move as you walk."

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The trend in the low ponytail is already out of fashion week and on the red carpet. At the 2019 Grammy Awards, Camila Cabello (whose hair was styled by Dimitri Giannetos with the help of Dyson Hair and L & # 39; Oreal Paris Hair) demonstrated the beauty of a tailed pair of low horse with a bardot fringe.

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Jennifer Lopez gave her usual high ponytail a break in favor of a lower style, without sacrificing a dramatic length. The look was made by Appleton, the king of big ponies, with Color Wow and Ghd products.

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Beyond Fashion Week and the red carpet, the best evidence of the influence of the low ponytail is that Ariana herself seemed to take a break from her high ponytail. On February 10, she showed her fans what her short, naturally curly hair looked like in a ponytail. And of course, we can not forget his video "No Tears Left to Cry" and the cover of his album Sweetenerwho had it in the platinum ponytail, low and swept aside. The new hairstyle provoked a frenzy among fans:

We, low ponytail dogs, can officially thank Ariana for repairing our reputation – nan ㉙ (@peraItiaqos) April 19, 2018

You know what? We are also here for the era of the low ponytail. Goodbye, kiss your Advil.("You might also like")