Do you agree that sometimes, all your hair need is a bit of a reboot with some near effortless styling that results in an equally effortless look during your travel galore anywhere in the island? A messy look can be pretty and uncaring, but appropriate for your soon to be a reality barefoot bikini specials.
How would you like to sport a hairstyle that looks you just roll out of bed? If you have a pretty long straight hair, you can get a real messy look with this tousled high bun.
This only takes a minute tops to complete. With just one sweep of your hair up, you can give yourself an overhaul look. Throwing the hair up in a high bun always has a place for women who have easy-hairstyle-loving hearts.
This teased version is perfect when you have little time to do your hair and a lot of length to work with. High, messy bun can be classy and understated, especially when you pair it with the right accessories.
I understand it would be quite difficult to tame your hair while traveling, especially if you have locks like mine. One thing that I observed is not to put on shampoo when you plan to take pictures, because the hair will look flat.
Amongst all the pretravel worries of missing flights and losing luggage, the hair seems to be trivial for most women travelers. Who wouldn’t? The hair is our crowning glory, right? A messy bun can be the simple, attractive solution to our 2GoSelfies problems.
This high bun is an easy to go solution for long, thick hair when it just won’t cooperate. A quick, tousled bun can take the stuffiness out of a dressier, more refined look.
Your hair may have a personality of its own, and no matter how hard you would try to style it, it simply refuses to stay that way. If you are a professional trying to look formal, you’ll definitely love this messy hair bun ultimate look that can be achieved in a few minutes that uses nothing but hair pins and hair spray.
As you may know already, there are two different types of messy buns you can opt for: the high bun, which is a great choice for classy women who aim for a more formal and professional look, and the low messy bun which has a more casual look to it.
This is perfect for a casual night out with your friends, although it can easily be work during the day as well, as it is quite volatile and it can be easily matched with just about any type of airy and loose summer clothing.
Messy buns do look a bit neglected when you first look at them, but the truth is that if you pay attention to the small details (which often make the difference between a great hairstyle and an amateur one), you will see that there is actually an entire strategy behind the classic messy bun.
Messy bun hairstyling in 3 easy steps
The first step is to simply pull your hair into a loose and relaxed ponytail, then to carefully separate the different sections of your hair and the final step is teasing the sections that lack volume.
Once you are done, you need to bring all of these sections together and to carefully wrap them into a messy but incredibly beautiful bun that will last for hours.
Add a touch of hairspray to make sure everything stays in place and you are good to go!
This fast and effortless hair bun secret gives a slightly messy touch to it, but it does stand out and goes perfectly with any casual attire. With a few bobby pins or elastic band, just carefully pull your hair together and tie it up securely on top of your head.
If there is anything better than a perfect updo, that is a messy bun updo. Fast and effortless at the same time, this messy side bun updo is actually so versatile that it can be easily worked during special occasions and events as well.
On the other hand, if you are the chic type of lady who always dresses to impress and who wants to look flawless at any time of the day, then this messy side bun will say “I like to look good and I love to try out different styles”.
Overall, the messy side bun updo is a great choice for teenagers and young adults, but it would also compliment ladies in their early 30s as well. In the end, everything comes down to your attitude. This bun updo does require a bit of temper!
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Undone look is gorgeous
Consider it one of life’s great ironies. When it comes to beauty, the most undone looks usually require the most effort. Ever seen a celebrity waltz down the red carpet with a subtle face of makeup that says “I’m too cool to care” or a head of messy beach waves that look perfectly nonchalant?
Well, we all know those looks took hours and countless products to create. Unfortunately, the struggle to master the perfect “I-woke-up-like-this” messy bun may also require a massive amount of effort and many lost moments too, if you know what I mean.
The messy bun is a hair style that is appropriate for all types of occasions and events and is a simple up-do hair style that you can do yourself at home. From an elegant wedding hair style to quick “run to the store”, the messy bun offers all lengths of hair an alternative look that is fast and easy to create.
You may feel the need to try out several different ways to create the perfect look for your hair, but remember, it is called “the messy bun”! Relax and have fun while you try out your new style.
No matter how you throw your messy bun together, the end result should make you feel comfortable and glamorous. For one quick and simple messy bun updo, you will need 5 minutes, your fingers, and a rubber band.
Let us do this once again and create a more sophisticated messy bun look
Step 1. First, pull your hair into a loose ponytail, as high or as low as you’d like it. Don’t use a comb or worry about your strands being perfectly slicked back. The look is effortless.
Step 2. Separate the hair in your ponytail into two or three sections and tease. Teasing is the key step that totally changed the bun game. It gives you the volume and messy texture you need to pull off the look that keeps your bun from entering ballerina territory.
Step 3. Separate your teased hair into two sections and wrap the hair in opposite directions, as you would when creating a topknot. But, instead of pinning your hair neatly in, secure your hair with a bobby pin about an inch from the bottom of your strands, leaving the ends to fray around your bun, creating a messy effect. If you feel like the body of your bun is too tight, gently pull it apart with your hands or the end of a comb. Just pull a few rogue pieces out around the face and it would be perfect.