Examples of ponytail in a Sentence
She usually wears her hair pulled back in a ponytail.
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Following The Weeknd’s first of two shows at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, Selena and Abel enjoy yet another dinner date in the Big Apple, this time with Selena stepping out in a sheer number and high ponytail.
Be cautious with hair dye (semipermanent is less damaging than permanent), blow-dryers, flatirons and styles such as tight ponytails.
The story involves pirates, ponytails, and hard drugs—and, to help tell the tale, Cynthia and Nicky visit Britain’s one and only commercial tea plantation, tucked away in a secret garden on an aristocratic estate on the Cornish coast.
QUINCY — On a crisp spring morning, Mike Belisle dives down the purple slide in his yard, pieces of his graying ponytail standing up on end.
After all, the pop group’s four members are 14- to 16-year-old girls who sport ponytails and cutesy frilly dresses and pump out bubblegum tunes accompanied by wobbly dancing.
Loose braids, ponytails and topknots may mean throwing a couple of elastic hair ties and bobby pins in your fanny pack.
With a round brush and rollers, plus one synthetic piece, the show’s hairstylists give Kim a tightly coiled ponytail that presents the facade of perfection, of having every piece tucked into place.
But Season 3 of the Breaking Bad prequel, which airs its finale June 19, sees Kim’s grip on her ethics getting looser just as her ponytail is getting tighter.
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