In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1cola de caballo femininecoleta feminineto tie one's hair in a ponytail — hacerse una cola de caballo / una coleta
- The car driver was a similar age with short dark hair and one of the rear passengers was a woman with dark hair in a ponytail.
- I dug my brush out of my bag, put my hair up in a ponytail and wiped off my mascara and eyeliner.
- Erin shook her head, or as best she could as she was pulling her hair back in a ponytail.
- This season's hair is either tousled or tailored with a soft wave; think loose ponytails or chignons and a well-trimmed fringe.
- I leant back with my black brush in my hand and combed my hair into a high ponytail.
- Other low- and no-maintenance looks include chignons, ponytails or donning a bandanna.
- She'd put her hair up in a ponytail that was quite cute because it was so small.
- While all the other little girls in grammar school had very straight hair worn in cute ponytails, I had to suffer with a frizzy Afro.
- Perhaps it's the way they have their hair styled in perfect ponytails, their make-up highlighting their fine features.
- He saw his parents walk in followed by a little girl with her brown hair in a ponytail.
- There were maybe only 2 days during the past summer that she hadn't had her hair in a ponytail.
- Try applying conditioner from the roots to the tips and pull your hair softly into a ponytail at the nape of the neck.
- Her long hazelnut coloured hair was tied back into a ponytail which hung down to her lower back.
- They showed up on the runways in all ways, shapes and forms, from chunky plaits and blunt cuts to layered styles with wispy ends and long braided ponytails.
- Now that he has replaced the ponytail with the crew cut he even looks the part.
- Marc Jacobs and Calvin Klein favored models with loose, low ponytails with that same wrapped finish in their spring collections.
- Avoid styles that cause too much tension with prolonged wear, like tight ponytails and cornrows.
- They work great on my very thick, pretty curly hair for ponytails and sloppy buns.
- Both women were currently putting their long hair up into ponytails, to make themselves cooler in the desert heat.
- I ran up the stairs and brushed my hair back into a ponytail, and cleaned my teeth.
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