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Bridal Bun Hairstyles

If you’re looking for a timeless hairstyle for your big day, look no further than a classic bun. Whether messy, sleek, up or down, buns never go out of fashion and are also convenient. It means you wont have your hair blowing in your face all day or getting stuck in your lipstick for that matter. Also, buns can be great for medium to long hair, or even short hair if you invest in a few extensions for the day. If not for you then consider buns for your bridesmaids.

Take some inspiration from these bun hairstyles:

Audrina Patridge pulls off this messy side bun so well and teamed with her diamond earrings, completes the look, perfect for a bride or bridesmaids.

Bridal Bun Hairstyles

If you prefer the sleek look then consider this side bun worn so well by Lauren Conrad. It’s the same idea as Audrina’s bun, just a little more sophisticated. If you’re having a garden or beach wedding then try this style with a flower pinned to the side.

Bridal Bun Hairstyles

Turn this messy but chic up-do bun into a bridal hairstyle by replacing the black headbands with bridal ones. Team with long drop earrings and a long veil and you have yourself a perfect look for your big day.

Bridal Bun Hairstyles

If you’re looking for a sleek and sophisticated bun look no further than this stunning work of art. You’ll need long hair to accomplish the look and for pure elegance wear a long veil that can be removed after the ceremony to show off your hair.

Bridal Bun Hairstyles

High buns are all the rage at the moment, so if you have long hair try one for your wedding day. Imagine this simple yet classic style bun teamed with a long veil. It’s stylish and there’s no chance of hair flying in your face all day long.

Bridal Bun Hairstyles

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August 22, 2014

Get The Look: Perfect Messy Bun Hairstyle at NYFW

We love the messy bun hairstyle for day and night but it’s hard to get it just right – it can either look too undone or too ballerina. This is it: the perfect messy bun as seen at the Peter Som Spring/Summer 2014 show at New York Fashion Week that is both chic and on-trend.

It’s a great way of transforming a bad hair day into an effortless hairstyle for anyone with medium to long hair (and we love the messy bun on Jennifer Lawrence in the latest Miss Dior campaign).

Here’s how celebrity hairstylist Eugene Souleiman, Wella Professionals Global Creative Director of Care & Styling, created the look in a few easy steps.

1. Start with freshly washed and conditioned hair, using Wella Professionals Enrich Shampoo and Conditioner, to ensure hair is in perfect condition.

2. Spray Wella Professionals Ocean Spritz liberally at the roots and throughout the length of the hair. Do not comb through.

3. Blow dry hair upwards at the root in circular motion, to create natural volume.

4. Pull hair into a high ponytail, between the occipital and crown, and secure with an elastic band.

5. Twist ponytail and tie into a knot, securing with several pins.

6. Spray hair again with Wella Professionals Ocean Spritz and blast with a blow dryer to add more texture to the hair.

7. Gently pull a few pieces of the hair out, creating looseness and imperfection in the look.

8. Finish by pumping a dime size amount of Wella Professionals Mirror Polish into hands, rub together and apply to the roots of the hair in an upward motion for shine-enhanced texture.

Image: Shawn Brackbill for Vogue

Are you a fan of the messy bun? What’s your everyday go-to hairstyle?

 

September 10, 2013