Makeups, dresses and sandals are just women’s everyday basic arsenal for beauty. Naturally women have an urge of looking good and when we say looking good that means a better presentation of hair regardless of what clothing is being worn. Lazy, messy, pony and curly buns have been popular on the social media and if you spend some time checking out all the bun style there is you will find lots of it, thousands maybe.
According to en.wikipedia.org
A bun is a type of hairstyle wherein the hair is pulled back from the face, twisted or plaited, and wrapped in a circular coil around itself, typically on the back of the head or neck. A bun can be secured with a barrette, bobby pins, a hair stick, a hairnet, and/or a pencil, and hair may be wrapped around a piece called “rat”. Buns may be tightly gathered, or loose and more informal.
Here is a 2-minute elegant bun video tutorial by Tina, a YouTube Bun Expert.
It’s simple but elegant, right? You may do it for a casual or formal look.
But before that, did you know that the bun originated in the 16th Century Japan as a traditional hairstyle for the samurais and somo wrestlers?
Bun Hairstyle has a very old history. In fact, many says that Bun Hairstyle perhaps was one of the first hairstyle known to mankind. Bun Hairstyle is particularly worn by women as Bun hairstyle need long hairs. In Bun hairstyle a woman (or men with long hairs) will pull back her hairs from the front and side and will curl them and tie them on the back of their head. So this shows that whenever Human have tried to experiment with his/her hairs they would have first come across the bun hairstyle.
In bun hairstyle the wearer has to tight his/her hairs tightly in the curl in such a manner that the bun appears neat and clean and one could actually feel/see the exact shape of the head of Bun’s wearer.
Though Bun Hairstyle is as old as the human history itself yet it never has lost its charm and still is one of the most popular hairstyle. The popularity of Bun hairstyle was on its peak in the 17th and 18th century during the Elizabeth era when most noble and rich women would tie and curl their hairs at the back of their head. It was considered as a symbol to show royalty and cleanliness of a person.
It this new age, the bun has become a mere fashion trend the continuously evolving and wide spreading in the UK, USA and all over the world as women has the liberty of self-expression and style.
HERE’S A COLLECTION OF 5 SIMPLE BUNS BY realsimple.com (Photos by James Westman):
The Braided Bun
The surprise of this chic style? You need to do little more than braid your hair. It works best with naturally curly hair, or begin by curling straight hair.
A simple to-do hair bun by pulling your hair into a ponytail then braid and loosen it or tie it around.
The Knot Up-Do
To create this messy bun, you actually knot and tie your hair.
Usually called the low bun and is the simplest bun hairstyle in many combinations you can do along with it.
The Topsy Tail
Upgrade your ponytail with this fancier, rolled version.
A bun from just a simple ponytail being pulled loose and played around by messing it up a bit.
The Easy French Twist
The French twist is a sophisticated classic. This take on it is a bit looser and messier, so it feels more casual and less sleek.
From its name, this bun has been easily pulled up from a ponytail then twisted over loosely.
The Side French Braid Bun
A French braid is the basis for this fun, deceptively simple look.
Starting it off by a simple brush and braiding a ponytail neatly until the hair is tact and wrapped around.
And there a lot of buns out there to present but basically all bun has the same basic step and can be easily done anywhere at any moment. It’s just a matter of braid and twist combinations and you’re all set to do any hair buns. Or maybe you can make out some really cool bun and name it yourself. Have Fun!