This hairstyle is a popular one, especially for festivals and it’s really easy to create! It also looks very cute, especially if you throw in some hair glitter and use some scrunchies. For this hairstyle, I’d recommend you washing your hair beforehand, so your hair is light and fluffy. The easiest way to create this look, is to separate your hair with a middle parting, and depending on the thickness and length of your hair you can either put all your hair up into the buns or separate it, so you have a half-up half-down look. For me, I have quite thick, long hair so it’s easy for me to just put the top half of my hair in the buns. After separating your hair, pull back the right amount of hair into a ponytail using either an elastic band or hair band, then twist your ponytail around until it forms a bun. Depending on how tight you want your bun, you can either pin it or use another hair band to keep it in place.
Braids are a great way to keep yourself cool and keep your hair out of the way. The Dutch braid is one of my favourites. Once again, you’ll need to separate your hair into a middle parting, I’d recommend you have wet hair for this as well. Next, you need to grab either the left or right section of hair and split the section into three strands. Cross the right strand under the middle strand, the left strand under the middle strand. Now add more hair to the right strand before crossing it under the middle strand. Repeat this until you reach to the end of your hair.
Top Knot Bun
A top knot bun is probably one the easiest hairstyles and is perfect for the summer as it keeps you cool and you don’t have to worry about your hair throughout the day. Firstly, you need to tie your hair up in a high ponytail and make sure it’s secure. Start to twist your hair around and then wrap it around your hair band. To keep it in your bun, you can either use pins or another hair band. Once you have your bun, you can either keep it tight or to make it a messy bun, start to slightly pull at it.