OMG, how amazing is Lauren Conrad’s teeny tiny sombrero!? The reality star turned fashion designer posted this pretty pic to her Instagram account yesterday. We have no idea why she’s accessorizing her bun with an itty bitty hat, but we definitely don’t hate it. LOL. What do you think of Lauren’s look???
Amanda Seyfried was certainly a sight to see on the red carpet at the LA premiere of her new film Lovelace on Monday. She rocked a showstopping Gucci dress paired with a pretty pompadour bun that we’re absolutely obsessed with. It’s the perfect twist on the pompadour pony and and would work great for a summer wedding or a fancy night out on the town.
Ummm, we’re beyond obsessed with the flirty bun Bella Thorne rocked at the Hollywood premiere of “The Host” on Tuesday! It appears as if there’s some sort of twist up top, and the big white flower accessory just adds the perfect girly touch. Paired with her strapless Alice + Olivia frock and flawless makeup, it’s the perfect look.
Taylor Swift looked beautiful as always at the BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards in London on Sunday. The country crooner wore a chic Alice + Olivia cream frock with a cutout back, diamond earrings and Charlotte Olympia heels. Paired with her signature red pout, everything about this ensemble was predictable, well, that is until we saw her hair!
An intricate, tucked-in bun with a tiny little braid wrapped around it, Taylor’s updo was sophisticated, yet fresh and fun at the same time. Wouldn’t this style look cute at your next dance?
If there’s one thing US Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman definitely knows how to do (other than win gold medals), it’s rock buns of steel! Literally, we don’t think we’ve ever seen the 18-year-old’s hair budge, even after cutting who knows how many back flips.
One of my favorite on-the-go hairstyles is by far the high bun. It’s simple, quick and super chic, plus as we all know, Jennifer Lopez is a huge fan too (just check out the picture above of her spotted out in Beverly Hills recently).
To get the look in under a minute or less, flip your hair over your head and pull it back into a high ponytail. Then take the ponytail and twist it into a bun, securing with an elastic band that matches your hair color. Be sure to pin any strays into place as necessary or leave them out for a messier look. Then voila, all done!
Looking to switch up your style for the spring season? Get inspired by these runway looks:
High Buns at Lanvin
Giant, messy buns sat atop the models’ heads at Lanvin’s spring 2010 RTW show. This style looks effortlessly chic, like you just rolled out of bed looking amazing. Plus a high bun takes hair away from your face and neck, leaving the focus on spring’s statement jewelry and bold make up.
Oversized Bows at Marc by Marc Jacobs
Models at Marc by Marc were decorated with oversized bows, which gave of a young and playful vibe. If bows aren’t your thing, experiment with other colorful statement accessories, like flower clips or feather headbands.
Side Bangs at Roberto Cavalli
Stylists created this look with clips on the models, but if you’re planning on getting a new cut for spring, try long side bangs. They will be an attention-grabbing switch from a center part!
Ribbons at Zac Posen
Stylist Odile Gilbert didn’t actually use ribbons in the models hair - she wove in long, neon extensions to simulate them. Get this look on a budget by using actual ribbons - pick a fun color like hot pink or electric blue. Weave it through a ponytail, tie it at the end, then twist into a bun and secure to hide the knots.
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