The bun has been spotted on celebs from Kim Kardashian to Kate Bosworth. Michael Duenas, founder of Hair Room Service and celeb stylist (whose clients include: Dianna Agron, Lea Michelle, and Molly Sims) breaks down this chic and surprisingly damage free style!
The Bun is back, and it is back in a big way. There are many different versions of the bun, tight loose, twisted, puffed out, simple, etc. I could go on and on. We are seeing the bun placed at the crown of the head more and more. This offers a clean slicked look, but not to harsh. You get the height you want and the softness you need.
It is simple to accomplish as well! Here are a few tips:
- When your hair is wet, apply Amika’s Obliphica Oil and let air dry.
- If you don’t have the time to let air dry, then you can blow smooth or rough dry, with the amika NRG Professional Drying System, no need for a flat iron or curling iron.
- Once your hair is dry, secure your hair into a tight pony, making sure you brush in all the loose hairs, and placement is at your crown
- If you find yourself getting “bagginess” at the nape of your neck, look up towards the ceiling when securing your ponytail, this will make sure it is very tight
- Once in the ponytail, feel free to run a drop of Amika’s Obliphica Oil over the top and sides of your head, this will add sine, and remove any flyaways.
- Now simply take your ponytail and wrap into a circle until you have a little of the ends remaining and pin!