Feel a lot cooler this summer season with bun hairstyles that also make you look cool in any outfit. The bun is one of summer’s hottest hairstyle that has been spotted in fashion runways, red carpet events, malls and beaches. It has even captured the fancy of celebrities like Jennifer Lopez, Taylor Swift, Selena Gomez, and Jessica Alba who wore varying versions of bun hairstyle. Women who would like to stay cool this summer without trading their long locks or sporting short hairstyles can try out different ways of wearing the bun.
There are three basic ways to wear a bun, high, low or on the side. High buns are styled at the top of the head near the crown area. There are high buns that are literally perched on top of one’s head or placed in between the hairline and the crown. Elegant high buns like the one of Audrey Hepburn at Breakfast from Tiffany’s never gout of style. Casual buns can be worn effortlessly for everyday wear too. Miley Cyrus and Leona Lewis are two celebs that have gone with this hairdo during strolls in the mall. Low buns are those that are worn near the nape area, they can be styled in clean sleek buns or loose buns with a few tendrils out of place. The side buns are quite popular with the young crowd. These are usually low buns that are swept to the side of the head, just behind the ear. There are a number of celebrities who opted for this hairstyle during red carpet events early this year. It is also a favorite hairstyle among teens in proms and other school events.
Those who would like to explore the bun hairstyle can have fun in creating varying looks fit for casual to formal events. Buns that go high, low, or worked on the side can have clean and sleek looks that are similar to those worn by ballerinas. Women who would like to get a less formal look can try out loose buns styled using the hands instead of a comb to create a slightly dishevelled but stylish look. Regardless of the style you choose, these buns will definitely keep you cool and make you look cool during the warm summer season.