This style can be casual or dressy depending on the accessories you pair with it. It’s a fun hairstyle to do for Spring or Summer! .



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Messy High Bun Hairstyle Instructions.
The tutorial I’m doing today is a fun style with two messy buns high up on my head.
Brush out your hair and separate into halves.
Brush the sections up into two high ponytails.
Fluff out one side with your hands so it’s a bit messy.
Grab the top half of it and scrunch it up so it sits above the hairband.
It should be fluffy and messy.
Pin in place.
Once secure, scrunch up the second section of hair and pin it just below the hair band.
Again it should be quite messy.
If you need help with the scrunching, sometimes it’s easier to do this if your hair has been curled first.
For this style I prefer to leave it straight though so I can have some straight bits hanging down.
So you can see here, a few strands poking down completes the messy look.
But it looks cute with curls too.
Now repeat on the other side.
Fluff up, scrunch and pin.
Doing the top half first.
If you want more volume in the buns, you can tease the hair near the band before you scrunch it up.
The scrunching can take a few tries to get the hang of and it will come out differently every time.
It’s quite unpredictable.
Hairspray it all in place, pin any loose parts and fix up your fringe.
You should be able to feel how secure it is with the pins on your head.
Give your head a shake and see if it comes out.
This style is good for hiding regrowth at the front but not so much at the back!
You could add some cute accessories like a bow or a hair tie or small things like that. I like to add small clip in roses.
I hope this was a useful video, please check out the blog post linked in the description for more information and tutorials.
Thanks so much for watching.

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