Can you even recall the time when hair buns weren’t a thing in the beauty world? No, because there wasn’t ever a time like that! Buns have been around since long before you and me and still continue to be every girl’s go-to hairstyle. But here’s the question. Why stick to the basic boring bun when you know it can be jazzed up in so many ways?  It’s time you add some quirk and fun to your boring bun. Try these non-basic buns next time you head out. Take a look...

Coiled bun
 

Coiled bun

These cute mini buns coiled into one was spotted on New York Fashion week runway recently. To get the look, divide your hair in 5-6 section. Twirl and twist each into a mini bun and place them together low at the back. Secure with bobby pins and hairspray.

Sleek looped bun
 

Sleek looped bun

Yet another artistic bun hairstyle straight from the runway is the looped bun, which is super easy to sport. Gather your hair into a ponytail and secure it with a hair tie. Wrap the ponytail and twirl it, creating a knot from the back once. Pin and secure. Now twist the remaining hair and wrap it 1 inch down the previous wrap and secure nicely.

Messy knotted bun
 

Messy knotted bun

This bun screams 'lazy girl's go-to hairdo' Start by dividing your hair in halves with a centre parting. Take the two sections tie them in a knot. Keep making knots until you can and wrap the last remaining strands into the knot. Secure with bobby pins. Spritz Toni&Guy Finishing Shine Spray to keep it from coming loose.

Tucked-in boho bun
 

Tucked-in boho bun

All you need to work up this quirky bohemian bun, is an elastic hairband. Place the hairband on the front. Start twisting one strand at a time and tuck it into the hairband until you wrap all your hair in and form a rolled bun. Here is a pro tip—if you don’t want the hairband to show, get a thin hairband in a colour that can be concealed.

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