A quiff ponytail is an updated hairstyle of the most popular pompadour style which was worn by both men and women during the 1950s. In this hairstyle, there will be a back-combed puffy crown along with a straight ponytail positioned mid-head. To achieve this hairstyle, you must make sure that the length of the hair medium to long or add an extension to your hair to make it long enough to start the styling process. This hairstyle is a perfect choice only for a formal occasion.
To create this style, first blow the hair dry to make the hair straight as a curly looking hair will not look perfect for this hairstyle. Collect the front part of the hair from temple to temple and secure it out of the way. Take the sides of your hair back off the face and keep the hair as smooth as possible to create a ponytail. Next backcomb the top section of the hair and spritz all over the hair with a hairspray. Smooth the outer surface of the hair with a paddle brush and take it back to the crown by pushing it forward to create a quiff. The hair may get tangled, so try to be careful during this process. Wrap the ends which are hanging down your back at the base of the ponytail. Smooth back all of the hair and mist all over the hair with a finishing hairspray to get the desired effect.