Bangs, fringe, breakage — whatever you call it, it'll fit in some butterfly clips.
I've never seen my friend Sonny in a ponytail. At first, I chalked it up to how she has an asymmetrical undercut, but then, she confessed something to me.
"I hate ponytails," she said. "They look lazy."
I had a hair tie on my wrist, and I was planning to use it to put my hair in one of these very ponytails if the bar we were in started to feel warm.
"All ponytails look lazy?" I said, fully aware that my ponytails are, in fact, lazy. But I thought they were at least kind of cute. "Even if the hair tie matches the hair."
"Yes," she said. "I'd much rather see a bun."
I got her to ease up a little when I asked her about if hair was wrapped around the hair tie.
"That's a little better," she said.
Of course, when I saw her on the subway playform the next day, my hair was pulled back into a low ponytail with a mint-green hair tie that matched absolutely nothing on me.
What do you think? Quick Question: Is a basic ponytail lazy or chic? (Or both?)