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Trendiest messy hair buns

Trendy hair buns to flaunt

As a kid, your mom did all that she could to ensure your hair never looked chaotic. However, now that you’re full grown, messy hair is the trendiest look to sport!

Messy hairdos have grasped the world the same way Thanos has, and it barely comes as a shock. Messy hairstyles look so boho and easy that enjoying them is not difficult. They’re similar to that one cool youngster in secondary school that everyone loves. We should discuss that one inherent haircut that, regardless of what the occasion (even the gym), makes your hair look perfect – the messy bun.

Messy knot bun

Things you need

  • Comb
  • Hairpains
  • Elastic bands
  • Hairspray

DIY

Tie both segments in a knot.

Take an elastic band and tie it beneath the knot.

Divide the hair below the elastic band into two and tie it in another knot.

Tie one more elastic band under this second knot.

The number of knots you really want to tie relies upon the length of your hair. Assuming that you have medium-length hair, two knots should do. However, assuming that you have longer hair, you’ll require more knots.

Fold the knots up and pin them in place, leaving the ends.

Pull the hair at the crown to add a little volume at the top and make the hair styling look messier.

Finish off with a spritz of hairspray to set the do in place.

Messy wrap around bun

Things you need

  • elastic band
  • hairpins

DIY

Tie your hair in a mid-level ponytail, leaving out some hair toward the front.

Take a small section of hair from the ponytail and wrap it freely around the base, covering the elastic band. Try not to wrap the hair too tightly.

Take one more part of the hair from the ponytail and wrap it over the previous section.

Repeat the same until the whole braid has been wrapped into a bun.

Sweep the front part of the hair to one side (mirroring side-cleared bangs). Brush it and fold it around the base of the bun neatly. If you have short hair, you can stick this segment simply over the bun.

Messy low side bun

Things you need

  • comb
  • elastic band
  • hairpins

DIY

Brush your hair to detangle it.

Gather your hair and hold it to look like a low-side ponytail. Leave out some hair in the front.

Using an elastic band, tie the upper portion of your hair in a bun, leaving the lower half to hang free. The bun needs to look messy.

Wrap and pin up the lower half of your hair under and around the bun, allowing the end to hang free.

Messy braid wrapped bun

Things you need

  • Section clip
  • Elastic bands
  • Hairpins

DIY

Tie your hair in a high ponytail, leaving out the hair nearest to the hairline at the back of your head.

clip up the ponytailed hair. Partition the left-out hair into half and weave each half into a braid.

Wrap the ponytailed hair into a bun and pin it in place.

Cross the braids over so that the left braid ends on the right side of the bun and vice versa. Pin the braids in place.

Messy double braid bun

Things you need

  • Elastic bands
  • Hairpins
  • comb

DIY

Part your hair on one side. Section off some hair in the front.

Divide your hair at the back in half. Twist one half and wrap it in a messy bun. Leave the ends to fall out.

Repeat the similar with the other half.

Weave the side-parted hair you had left out in the front into two braids (one on each side).

Pin both the plaits over the bun, concealing the finishes inside it.

French fishtail bun

Things you need

  • Elastic band
  • Hairpins

DIY

Take some hair from the front, slightly to one side. Partition it into two sections. Weave the two segments into a French fishtail braid.

As you weave the braid, continue to add hair to it. However the plait starts along the edge, it will move towards the center of the crown. Pin the plait in place.

Accumulate the rest of your hair, holding it in a high ponytail. Take a band and pass your hair through it, however not totally.

Twist the band and bring it over to the opposite side. The top portion of your hair should look like a bun.

Take the lower half of your hair and fold it over the bun. Pancake the bun to make it look bigger. Pin it at the sides.

So, all the ladies your hair styling guide is ready, go flaunt your latest styles to be a style diva. Dress up, do your make up and you are ready to party

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Rakhi S

I am Rakhi Sharma. I have done Master’s in English literature and language from IGNOU. I love to read about different cultures, places, and things from around the world. Writing about different topics is what I love the most.

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