Top knots are comforting and at the same time easy to achieve. Whether your hair is long or short, curly or straight, thick or thin, there is a top knot style out there for every hair type and one that is sure to look fabulous on you. Top knots can be your go-to style on rushed mornings, second or third day hair or when you want to look ultra chic and put together.
Here are five different editions of top knots that are sure to elevate your hair game.
Messy top knot
Messy versions of top-knots don’t need no occasion! Want hair off your face? Top knot. Want to keep a sweaty neck at bay? Top knot. Want to tie your hair in an easy updo? Top knot. This casual, laid-back hairdo is for all those who don’t want to spend hours doing their hair. Once you’ve wrapped your hair in a top knot, simply tug at sections gently to give your hairstyle a messier finish.
Top knot with braid detailing
If you have really long, straight hair with bangs, then this top knot style is just right for you! Though acing this hairstyle may require some effort, it truly has the power to make a stunning statement. Wear this ultra-glam top knot with your elaborate gown to a cocktail party or a date night and slay your way to the event.
Want to flaunt that perfect, voluminous bun? A sock might be of great help here. If you have long, thick hair, then wrapping it into a sock bun can be the perfect top knot style for you. There are a number of sock bun tutorials out there to help you nail this top knot style to perfection.
Coiled top knot
Knots on knots on knots! A coiled top knot requires you to first tie your hair into a high ponytail and then twist your ponytail tightly to create a coil. A coiled top knot creates a sleek, seamless look that can instantly upgrade second-day hair to strands that are work-ready in a jiffy.
Top knot pigtails
This 90s hairstyle has made a comeback with runway models and actresses sporting top knot pigtails with panache. Achieving this cutesy hairstyle is super easy. All you need to do is part your hair in the middle, make ponytails, twist each ponytail into a rope and coil the rope into a bun.
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