Twisted Side Bun
Step 1: Make a deep left-side part, and gather the top section of hair from your forehead to your crown. Apply a squirt of texturizing spray, then roll the hair away from your part to form a tight twist.
Step 2: Pull the rest of your hair into a low pony behind your left ear. Separate into two sections. Twist one section and wrap it around the elastic to make a small bun. Leave the hair in the other section loose.
Step 3: Pin the ends of the small bun against the back of your head. Next, twirl the rest of your loose hair into a twist, and wrap it around the outside of the smaller bun; pin the ends underneath.
Step 1: Part hair down the middle, splitting it into two equal halves.
Step 2: Pull a small strand of hair from the outside of the left section (close to your left ear).
Step 3: Weave the strand of hair over the left section and under the right section. It should end up near your right ear.
Step 4: Repeat with a strand of hair from the right side. Weave it over the right section of hair and under the left section.
Step 5: Keep repeating these steps until you reach the end of your hair.
Step 6: Secure with a hair tie and you’re all set!
Step 1: Use a comb to make a deep side part and remove tangles.
Step 2: Start French-braiding a three-inch piece of hair at the full side of your part. Continue down your head.
Step 3: Pull the rest of your hair into a low side ponytail, leaving a two-inch piece of hair (might need to be larger, depending on the thickness of your hair) outside of the ponytail.
Step 4: Wrap the piece around the top of your ponytail, securing with a bobby-pin.
Step 5: Spritz with hairspray for hold.
Step 1: To add height, tease the hair in front, then spritz it with a flexible hold hairspray.
Step 2: Split hair in two from the back, then take each section and separate into two pieces.
Step 3: Twist and tie hair in knots (like shoelaces) and repeat until you get to the end.
Step 4: Use a heavy shot of hairspray at the ends to hold the style
Flirty, Messy Bun
Step 1: Create a super-loose loop by pulling hair back and tucking the ends to the side.
Step 2: Twist two corkscrew-shaped pins into the sides of the bun. So much easier than painstakingly pinning each strand.