What’s the quickest way to get eyeballs on the red carpet? Confidence, of course—and a ponytail ready for similar twirls and wiggles. To balance her fuchsia velvet Valentino, Selena Gomez opted for a high ponytail that exuded youthful energy and downright glamour, the ideal combination to start awards season.
Instead of the slick ties she often wears, Only Murder in the Building nominee and hairstylist Marissa Marino goes With a ponytail tied almost at the top of her head, the style added a playful edge to Gomez’s look. The crown was lifted slightly to ensure red-carpet readiness, as was the nude lip, voluminous lashes, and feathery brows—all the work of makeup artist Hung Vanngo. The pony did the trick, pulling the focus away from Gomez’s exaggerated sleeves, creating a head-to-toe harmonious aesthetic. Want to know the go-to for 1865 updo will be? The case for the ponytail with higher hair and closer to heaven is officially made.
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