How to use pony o


How do I use my PONY-O?

Step 1: Hook your pointer finger and thumb into your PONY-O and brush your hair back into a ponytail. Then, grasp your hair firmly from the front and pull your hair through the PONY-O. Hold your ponytail tight and make sure to keep one hand on the PONY-O as you do this

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How do you use PONY-O for fine hair?

The PONY-O is very easy and quick to use, even with fine hair….Here’s how to create a more voluminous, damage-free ponytail:

  1. Using only your thumb and forefinger, slip your hair through the PONY-O, and pull the accessory down to the base of your head.
  2. Hold the PONY-O with both hands, and let go of your ponytail.

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Can I use PONY-O on wet hair?

Pony-O holds well in wet hair, but it’s also easy to remove: open the Pony-O back into its circle shape, and it slides right out!Oct 4, 2018

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Does PONY-O damage hair?

The accessory offers a secure ponytail that doesn’t budge or slide down thanks to a grip texture on the inside of the band. Plus, when opening the Pony-O to let down your hair, the accessory slides out without damaging your hair or pulling any of your strands along with it

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Does PONY-O work on short hair?

Does PONY-O works for all hair types? Yes, whether you have long, short, fine, thick, curly., or straight hair, we have a PONY-O for you.

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How do I make my fine hair look thicker in a ponytail?

Double Up. Or you can double up on actual ponytails. Separate your hair into two sections, tie off the top portion, and then tie off the bottom half. The first pony will fall on top of the second pony, camouflaging it and leaving you with the illusion of one fuller, longer ponytail.

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Should you sleep with hair up or down?

It is best to sleep with your hair down if your hair length is short. This also lets the air flow freely through your hair, which makes you sleep more comfortably. On the other hand, if you have long hair, it is recommended to tie your hair loosely to prevent knots and breakage.

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What is PONY-O made of?

PONY-O is a hair accessory like you’ve never seen before. It’s made of malleable metal that’s coated with a soft silicone, and has tiny pillows that hold hair in place. In fact, it will hold your hair up all day and night, and because it doesn’t pull on the hair follicle, it’s actually comfortable.

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How do you use a ponytail bun holder?

The Bun Bar is an unbelievably easy-to-use tool that will give you the most secure and BEST looking bun with minimal effort… no bobby pins or elastics needed!! Our patented accessory is designed to hide in your hair, so all you see is a flawless style.

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