10 New Ways to Wear a Bun
It's glamorous, yet simple; classic, but not stuffy. The bun is a timeless hairstyle -- here's how to give it a modern twist
Kat Graham's tall bunBest for: Thick hair is important to achieve a dense bun, but any texture with a smooth blowout will work, says Schlenger.
Schlenger's how-to: Start by running a smoothing cream with shine (like Tigi Rockaholic Rock My World Stellar Smoothing Cream, $13.99) through blown out hair. Secure a high ponytail on top of the head, and separate the ponytail in two separate sections. Take one section and wrap it around the base creating a classic bun shape. Use the second piece to wrap around the base, lifting the bun up, to create this interesting stacked look.
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