Especially preferred by Asian ladies in Singapore of all ages, laid-back bun hairstyles are making their entrance in the morning routine of women across the world. They are simple to recreate, put-together, will save you plenty of time in the morning, and will allow you to style your hair with ease.
The Simple Messy Bun
One of the easiest bun hairstyles out there, you can recreate this hairstyle for girl in a matter of minutes. Start by gathering all of your hair into a high ponytail. However, make sure that you only pull your hair halfway through your elastic band, leaving a small free section. Continue to wrap up your elastic only around the top section of your ponytail, until you secure it in place. Try to puff up your upper section as much as possible, but be gentle enough not to accidentally pull all the hair through your band. Bring together the end sections of your top until you create a doughnut shape and accomplish an updo hairstyle. Tuck in all small bits and pieces of your hair that were left out and then secure your two ends with a bobby pin. The small section that you left handing will be skillfully wrapped around your elastic (base of your bun). You can either tuck it into your elastic as well or use another bobby pin to secure it. This hairstyle is inspired by a Korean hair bun, and it can be easily integrated into a variety of looks, from casual to classy. This hairstyle is one of the best hair tips out there.
The Top Knot Bun
Another type of Korean hairstyle, the top knot bun is equally easy to replicate. You will once again start by gathering all your hair into a high ponytail. Split your ponytail into two equal section, and then simply start to wrap one section on top of another, at the base of your ponytail, and secure it with some bobby pins when you finish. Repeat the same steps with your other strand of hair. Bring the bun to a form which pleases you. This hairstyle can be worn in a hot summer day since it prevents your head from overheating, with a romantic pair of sandals and a loose dress, or in the winter with an oversized sweater and a pair of jeans.
The Sock Bun
Obviously – yet surprisingly – you will need a sock for this Korean updo, in a colour that matches your hair. Cut off the toe of your sock and roll it into a doughnut. Once again, put your hair into a high ponytail. Pull your ponytail through your sock doughnut, while placing it at the bottom of your ponytail. Then spread your hair evenly around your sock and secure it with another elastic band. Take the end and strap those around your base. Secure them with several bobby pins. You can integrate this hairstyle into your daily looks, from morning to evening, school and job, not to mention when going out, because these bun hairstyles look simply amazing!