SCUNCI PERFECT PONY REVIEW.
|The small plastic insert is kind of creepy looking. You can't see much here, but it is hollow inside! (Make sure you do not insert any hair down the middle of it.)|
STEP TWO: Insert the plastic pony under the section of hair. Make sure the longest part of the device is on the bottom and that the plastic is firm against your scalp.
For a finishing touch you can twist a small piece of hair around and secure with hair pin to create the no elastic look.
|Clearly when we made this post we were affected by the bottle of wine we shared! Before is After... and After is a basic ponytail.... ooops.|
A FEW THINGS TO THINK ABOUT...
The Perfect Pony is mostly comfortable to wear... however, if you have to sit with your head back against something eg. at the movies I wouldn't recommend wearing it.
The only other thing that I was disappointed in was that I love to wear a high ponytail. It might just be because I have thin hair... but every time I tried to wear it up high the ponytail would part and you could see some weird plastic object against my head!! So low ponies only ladies.
All up, I love my Perfect Pony and is a nice way to create volume and dress up a standard hair style.
Apparently David Jones and Priceline sell this particular brand (RRP $9.95) What a bargain!