The Power of the Ponytail

Few hairstyles evoke as many emotions or are as universal as the ponytail. It can be found on the heads of socialites and farm girls. It's origins are murky, dating back to ancient Greece, but there is no doubt that it is here to stay. Here a few of the most iconic ponytails through history.

In 1957, Audrey Hepburn embodied the innocent ingenue with her soft, tomboy ponytail in the film, Funny Face.

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Bridgette Bardot used the ponytail to bring sultry sexiness to the set of Come Dance with Me.

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Madonna wielded the ponytail as a symbol of the power of the femme fatale.

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Whether chic, messy, curled or pin straight, the ponytail plays a prominent role in fashion. Rock out different ponytails to express sides of yourself from playful, to sophisticated, to soft and sexy. Who are you today?