Pigtails get a rep for being childish or for little kids — something you may sport when you're in third grade. But this hairstyle is more than just a toddler's 'do. In , the pigtail is making a comeback in a more grown-up version and it's more stylish than ever. Don't let your 8-year-old self hold back your future adult self. Whether it's low braids, high ponies, or a sleek style, jump on the bandwagon with these amazing pigtail styles that are bound to have heads turning. Not only are they fun and unexpected, pigtails are also an exciting way to switch up your look if you're getting tired of the same old style.
10 Pigtail Hairstyles and Braids for - How to Wear Pigtails
You may have heard the recent, albeit predictable, news that if a woman wants attention from a man—or at the very least, if she wants him to retrieve her dropped hankie—she's better off wearing high heels. Stilettos, short skirts, and push-up bras are all associated with garnering male attraction, but after spending a day with my hair pulled back in two low ponytails, I now think pigtails are the real sex trigger for guys. My outfit was certifiably man-repellent that day: giant black puffy down coat snapped up to the chin, flat boots, and fuzzy gloves. When it's 30 degrees outside and the nearest subway station is a minute walk, you do what you have to do.
Pigtails might seem like something that should be left back in childhood. However, this is exactly the reason why pigtails should be sported any time you feel like making them. This hairstyle will make any woman look fresh, young, and spunky.
In the context of hairstyles, the usage of the term pigtail or twintail or twin tail shows considerable variation. The term may refer to a single braid , but is more frequently used in the plural to refer to twin braids on opposite sides of the head. For some people, the term "pigtails" applies whether or not the hair is braided,  but there is not widespread agreement on this in places where this usage is common, unbraided pairs are called doggie ears or bunches and a single bunch, regardless of position on the head, is called a ponytail.