How come people can never talk about afro puffs without singing Lady of Rage’s song? LOL.
Anyway, my hair is growing! I’m not sure I can really see the difference because it’s so curled up, but I can definitely feel the difference when I wash it and also when I fluff up my ponytail.
Marsha asked for pics of my ponytail and I was surprised that I never posted any, so here goes!
I usually just wash and go, so my ponytail remains curled up. This pic is while it’s still wet. I honestly have no idea what the ponytail looks like when it dries because I don’t look at the back of my hair anymore.
This pic is of my ponytail when it’s dry and fluffed.
Can it still be called a ponytail if it doesn’t hang? It’s more like a ponypuff!
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YAY. ME likey. Lol. Thanks for posting. Your hair looks great. Your puff is probably the same size as mine, yet I never had the nerve to wear it like that to work. It would definitely be easier in the night and mornings. One reason is because I have a HUGE forehead and my face don’t look right with all my hair pulled back. Two, I don’t like when my hair is restricted too much because I feel like I’m putting too much tension on my edges.
It really is easy in the night and morning. I’m not so much concerned about my hairline, I’m still concerned about where the ponytail holder rests. I need more style options. It’s either this or a twistout. Help!!! Lol
It’s def a pony puff…!
Yeah, my pony has no hangtime! =(
I dig the pony puff, you know they sell them at hair stores now as attachments? I saw that last Saturday…I was like dag, we’ve come a long way, lol.
They’ve had those for a while. Some people use them while they’re transitioning, which is a great idea! It probably blends well with natural hair and hides/protects the relaxed ends.
Nice! I call mine an afropuff or a bunnytail.
Bunny tail!!! I like that! Lol
Totally cute puff!! Love it! Have you tried just using bobby pins on the shorter hair and then you could put a satin loosely around the pony puff to conceal the pins and the ends? Oooooor, a couple of small flower clips would do the job;-)!
There is no way satin is holding my hair in place. LOL. Sorry.
No, the satin scrunchie is just camouflage! You would use your normal elastic, but don’t put the ends of the shorter pieces under it. Bobby pin those, then put a satin scrunchie over the whole thing to conceal the bobby pins and the elastic :). The flowers could be used instead of the scrunchie. But, maybe the mini jaw clip will work for you and you won’t have to worry about it:)!
A scrunch?! Visible?! In the streets?!?! Oh noooooo! Not I! My hair is pretty short u know. That probably wouldn’t be cute at all. The flowers, perhaps.
Ohhhh… I just remembered two other kinds of clips I can try!
Oh, and I thought of something else. You know those mini jaw clips I just to do a front poof? You could use one of those to hold the font section near your ponytail holder without having the elastic around your ends.
Now this idea right here… love it! I’ll try something with one of those clips. If I like it, I may even take pics. =)
Ugh I’m sea sick lookin at those waves!!! I love the ponypuff!