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You can officially stop wishing you had a long, full ponytail. With our stunning Fro Ponytail, you don’t need one! This 100% human hair clip-in ponytail is as natural as extensions come and allows you to go from bedhead to glam in just a few seconds! Get your ponytail today while you can!

18in curly, 24in straight • natural color (soft black/dark brown) • 100% human • can be dyed • ships from the USA • please know the curls in this product come very defined and you must separate them with your fingers to create the volume seen in these pictures • this product has very specific care instructions (with video).   great for type 4a, 4b, and 4c hair. 

Note: Model is wearing the 70g. The 70g has a smaller base, which is why we recommend it for fine hair. If you have thicker hair, we recommend the 135g as it has a larger base to cover your thicker hair. 

Installing: the Ponytail Fro

In this video, you'll learn how to put in the Ponytail Fro. It's the same exact way you put in the Ponytail 3c, so feel free to use this tutorial for both. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Does the ponytail come looking this voluminous?

No - the ponytail comes with it's curls very defined. You must separate the curls with your fingers to achieve more volume. Feel free to check out our YouTube tutorial here.

What length is this hair?

Our luscious Ponytail Fro is 18in curly and 24in straight. 

What color does it come in?

The natural color of the donor, which is between a soft black and dark brown. It can be dyed to your unique hair color once you receive it.

Can I wash and style this hair?

Absolutely! This hair loves to be washed and deep conditioned. It's 100% human, so feel free to flat iron it, wand curl it, color it, etc.

Do you ship internationally?

Absolutely! We ship worldwide using DHL and other couriers. Customs + duties may apply.

Are you Black owned & do you give back?

Yes to both! We're owned by a Black woman and we do give back! Organizations we've given to include United Negro College Fund and the Boys and Girls Club. 

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