Looking to upgrade your favorite summer topknot? Transition to low buns and chignons to shake things up. Start with variations of these best bun hairstyles that appeared on the fall '13 runways.
For Jason Wu's fall show, stylist Odile Gilbert created a well dressed bun that's begging for Pinterest DIY duplication. To get the look, divide hair into 3 large sections. Braid and tuck the center back section, then criss-cross the two side sections. Add two simple barrettes to secure, then use Sebastian Halo Mist for sheen.
Running short on drying time in the morning? Take Reem Acra's no-fuss approach to bunning it. Try this minimalist loop on damp hair treated with Schwarzkopf Pro Osis+ Shape Gloss Wax to save your style.
A whirl of twisted and braided goodness resulted in buns with a stunning back view at Houghton. If you're bored with the standard bun, try this low maintenance variation to stretch natural curls or to protect delicate ends.
Steal the sporty bun look featured by Rag and Bone, by adding a deep side part and height at the crown. Let the ends of the chignon peek out for a playful touch and you have a fresh bun style that's totally worth falling for.
Tory Burch side parted, teased and side rolled textured strands for an innovative bun/bob hybrid. This creative nape gazing hairstyle is the perfect style refresh for medium to long hair.
Whether you go for a messy knotted bun or a neatly looped version, these updated buns are the answer for a simply chic hair day.
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