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4 Trendy Low-Bun Hairstyles

Regardless of your age, style or even hair texture, low-bun hairstyles are a classic way to refine your look for a formal occasion. There are many ways in which to customise this look and make it uniquely your own – whether that involves leaving some hair loose at the front, using hair accessories or even braiding the hair for a bohemian look. If you’re into low-bun hairstyles but don’t know how to go about it, take a peek at our four trendy styles which you can try out yourself.

With a fringe

If you have a fringe, don’t fret! This style could also work for you, since the shorter layers will frame your face at the front (while the classic low-bun is sitting at the back). The thicker the fringe, the better – but if you want to create a bohemian look, simply part hair into two and create volume at the roots just like Selena.

4 Trendy Low-Bun Hairstyles

Low-knot

We always hear about a top-knot hairstyle, but never a low-knot! Comb hair back and create a tight and clean knot which will sit at the nape of the neck. Be sure to straighten your hair if you want an extra sleek-look which will seem like you just walked off the runway!

4 Trendy Low-Bun Hairstyles

Side bun

This one is for all the curly haired girls out there – you can also wear this look without straightening your locks! Taylor Swift is the perfect example of nailing this look because her natural curls still make the bun look soft and gentle – regardless of the event.

4 Trendy Low-Bun Hairstyles

Bouffant with low bun

You don’t have to be a supermodel to create this signature look which is true to 1960s style. Create some drama at the roots by backcombing a few strands before securing into place with holding spray. Then carefully pin thin strands of hair around your bun – this will create a unique style which was so prominent in Dolce and Gabbana’s SS 13/14 show.

4 Trendy Low-Bun Hairstyles

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September 10, 2014

Best Blonde Medium Hairstyles

They say that blondes have more fun, but do they really?  Why don’t you see for yourself and take inspiration from these blonde medium length hairstyles to try and spice up your life.

This classic bun is perfect for medium length hair, suitable for that special occasion.  Pulled back sleekly off the face, this dark-blonde hairstyle is fairly easy to do at home and it showcases the lighter blonde highlights really well.

Best Blonde Medium Length Hairstyles

Julianne Hough frequently changes her hairstyle to keep up with the trends and this style is no exception.  This wavy tousled look can suit every occasion and is extremely low maintenance if you already have wavy hair.

Best Blonde Medium Hairstyles

Once again Julianne Hough nails this style, this time sleek and straight with a very simple cut.  All you need to pull off this look correctly is a great haircut, good hair straightener and of course some Moroccan oil (or similar) to ensure your hair doesn’t dry out too much.

Best Blonde Medium Length Hairstyles

A great hairstyle for those of you who get frustrated always pushing your hair out of your eyes or behind your ears, is the front bouffant which lifts the front strands off the face.  Reece Witherspoon wears this style perfectly with cool blonde curly hair, great for a formal occasion.

Best Blonde Medium Length Hairstyles

I adore this style of Emma Stone’s because it’s so versatile and low maintenance.  Sleek and straight up top and loose curls at the ends this style is easy to maintain at home with some straighteners, doubling as a curling wand.  This warm blonde hue compliments Emma’s skin tone impeccably.

Best Blonde Medium Length Hairstyles

Halo braids work well with medium length hair and with a blonde colour, the style is almost angelic like, perfect for special occasions especially weddings.  These braids are normally so secure that you can normally leave them in for days.

Best Blonde Medium Length Hairstyles

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August 6, 2014