Bella Thorne’s Bow Tied Pony: Love The Look? Vote

Wed, January 9, 2013 1:53pm EDT by Add first Comment
Bella Thorne Hair
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The Disney starlet tied up her long red tresses in a pretty pony complete with a red bow for the 6th Annual ‘Teens for Jeans’ Campaign at Palihouse on January 8, 2013 in West Hollywood, California. What do you think of the look? Sound off below!

Bella Thorne, 15, looked so super cute in a sweet ponytail tied up in a bow. The style is totally age appropriate and is even cuter thanks to Bella’s bangs.

All about ponytails

No longer just a fix for unwashed or unruly hair, the ponytail has become a red-hot red carpet staple. Styling a pony is one of the simplest things to do. It always looks more polished when your hair is blown straight. A flat, paddle brush will help smooth flyaways. Depending on the look you’re going for, the height of the pony can make a difference. A low ponytail secured at the nape of your neck is a casual look for day time. When secured mid-level, the effect is more classic, especially when you take a section of hair from the ponytail and wrap it around the elastic. For a retro look, try a high ponytail secured near the top of your head.

Another look that’s all the rage is the ponytail bump. The style is totally bombshell (think: Brigit Bardot). Basically the bump comes from teasing or backcombing your hair at the crown to give it height. A teasing brush makes this even easier to do. Or, if your hair is on the fine side or you want to achieve Snooki-like proportions, try a bump boosting product that you slip in underneath your hair to create the illusion of added height.  Dressing up your pony with a pretty ribbon, like Bella’s, is a great way to add personality.

HollywoodLifers, do YOU love Bella’s pretty ponytail? Sound off!

– Jennifer Tzeses

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  3. Bella Thorne’s Whimsical Half-Updo: How To Copy The Look

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