Not everyone is a morning person, and sometimes when running late for work or school, choosing a hairstyle can be all about what is the fastest. So if you are looking to try something new, easy and fun, buns are an excellent option! There are many different types that will produce different looks quickly and easily. Here are some of the newest buns for you to add to your hairstyle rotation:

The Top-Knot1

  • This bun is fast, easy and looks super chic. Gather all of your hair into a high ponytail.  Wrap your hair around the ponytail. If necessary, secure with bobby pins to ensure your hair stays put on top of your head. This look is very popular right now!

The Half Top-Knot1

  • An easy variation to the top-knot and bonus, this look works best on second-day hair! This time, simply gather half of your hair into a high ponytail and wrap it around. Use hairspray to tame any unruly wisps at the crown of your head. The bun will be smaller, but you can really show off how long your hair is! You’ll look very put together, with little effort!

The Braided Bun1

  • There’s no denying that braids are back and more popular than ever. You can incorporate this trend into your bun in a variety of different ways!\ One option is to french braid one side of your hair to the nape of your neck.1 Gather the rest into a low, messy bun. Use bobby pins where needed. Practice makes perfect with this style, the more you do it the faster you will be at it! Another way to add a braid to your bun is to gather all of your hair in a semi-high pony, then braid it. Wrap the braid around itself and secure with bobby pins. For this style, you may want to leave a piece of hair out to wrap around the elastic to hide it.

The Deep Part Bun1

  • This bun definitely works best on second-day hair, as it will help keep every strand in place. First, part your hair in a deep side part. Then gather all of your hair at the nape of your neck and wrap it around. Secure with hairspray if necessary. This look is both elegant and sophisticated and will definitely make you look put together.

Do you love buns? Have you tried any of these styles? Share with us in the comments below!

1 – Information from Glamour

15 thoughts on “Fun New Buns to Try

  1. Christina Gilbert says:

    You should show more pictures, not all of us understand without seeing a picture of how it should look in the end result.

  2. Eleanor says:

    Yes, please do attach a photo with each hair tip.
    I’m a visual and “she me” senior and this would be very helpful.
    Many thanks!

    • Deborah says:

      I love the bum as shown. I would like to purchase it
      send me the link so I can get it. If it’s not for sale show me the steps to create the look.

  3. Phyllis Bryant says:

    This is cruel!! I am using your product to GROW my hair back!!! Who has hair to do double buns,??? I can just make a small “turd” for a bun! Show hair styles for people in the process of growing hair!!

  4. Lori says:

    Is there anyone who needs to use the Keranique products have thick enough hair to style it this way? How about styles for thin, fine hair, or styles for covering thinned or bald spots?

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