Ugh, hairstyles are often the biggest issue especially when you have no clue what do with the hair. Literally, sometimes I feel like there is nothing I can do with them, particularly when I actually feel like looking good.
I simply don’t understand how girls can actually look good even in the slicked back hair-do. I look like a total wreck if I do that. Doing my hair is the last thing I want to do. If you are facing the same issues then here is how a low messy hair-bun is best for you. It not only looks gorgeous but there are several reasons why I personally prefer doing a low messy bun.
First of all, it is quite simple to do. No extra help is required. What’s even more relieving? You don’t need to curl or straight your hair to do a messy bun. The second reason why I personally like doing a messy hair bun is that it takes way less time as compared to the other sophisticated hairstyle.
The other great benefit of the low messy bun is that whatever you face structure is it will look good on you. Don’t worry if you have a round or square face because this hairstyle will suit you too. The last but foremost important advantage of a low messy bun is that it looks great on parties, formal dinners as well as for school. It is an all-in-one hairstyle and good for almost every occasion.
If you too have a hard time to figure out a hairstyle, (well for almost every occasion), then trust me with this. A messy hair bun is something you should definitely try out. Have a look at the article below to find out the easiest method to do a low messy hair bun. Here is how you can do it.
Things needed for a low messy bun:
Well, there is not a long list of things you need for a low messy bun. Unlike the other hairstyles, which often require hair sprays, gels, and a lot more things, a messy hair bun doesn’t require this at all. All you’ll need for a messy hair bun is a 2-3 rubber band or elastic bands, some bobby hair pins, a curling rod (that’s mainly your choice), a hairbrush and a few extensions if your hair is really thin. Obviously, you don’t want a small ping-pong sized ball kind of bun, right?
If you have all the necessary things collected then what are you waiting for? Let’s begin with the hair-do.
How to actually do your messy hair bun?
A low messy hairstyle is really very easy to do. Even a five-year-old, if taught can easily do it. So, it will probably not be hard for you.
Okay, so whenever you are starting to make a hairstyle, always make sure that your hair is washed with a shampoo and conditioned properly. Otherwise, there will be a lot of tangles in your hair after you open your hair. Let your hair dry for a while and then start making the messy hair bun. If your hair is thin like mine is, attach the hair extensions first, and then begin with the hairstyle.
Leave a little hair aside for the flicks and tie the rest in a low messy ponytail with the help of an elastic band. After two to three full knots, the last knot you make should be halfway done. Which means a little bit of the hair will be outside the ponytail.
Next, you need to turn on the hair curler and slightly curl the edges of your hair. It is not necessary, hence don’t do it if you don’t like it. But honestly, your messy bun will look far better if you do it this way.
After you have curled your hair, make sure you have loads of bobby pins ready to finalize the look of the bun. For me, I’d prefer using bobby pins rather than the hair clips. The bobby pins hold your hair firmly and give it a neater look as compared to the hair clips.
After this, take the strands of your hair wrap them around and adjust them with the bobby pins. Repeat this step with all the strands of your hair. Since it is a super messy look, therefore you don’t need to be precise with it. Now the next thing you need to do is adjust the hair you left out of the ponytail in the beginning. Viola! You are all set to go to a party, school or even a formal dinner or a meeting. Isn’t it amazing? Well, if you think so too, then you should definitely try this gorgeous low messy bun hairdo. You can also check out the video below for visual reference on how to make messy buns!
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