You won’t be wrong to give you a clean, practical look in a basic messy bun, which is less formal. Pull your hair into a loose ponytail. It works whether it’s high or low. Curl up your hair and wrap it around the bottom of the ponytail. Continue to wrap it under the bun. Fix your hair with elastic tie and Bobby pin.For the chaotic change of the bun, try a half-upper style. Put half of your hair on top of your head and follow the same steps to make a messy bun to keep the rest of your hair free.
It’s a simple hairstyle and looks a little messy, so if you have very difficult hair to tame, you don’t have to spend a lot of time perfecting your wayward hair. Create a side section and collect all the sides of your hair in a low ponytail. Roll your hair up, then roll it up at the same time, and then circle the band to make a bun. Block loose ends with Bobby pins to give bread more shape.
One change in messy buns is the latest trend in octopus-bun hairstyles, which happens to be the easiest. Simply roll your hair in a high ponytail, and then roll it at the bottom of the ponytail. When there is only a small amount of hair left, put the ends under the tape and let them stand out.Tame your curls with a smooth, simple curl. Tanesha Awasthi describes it as if you were making a side ponytail. Collect your hair to one side, pull it over a flexible tie, and fold it back into a messy bun. Check out the complete tutorial here.