It’s the season of flowy dresses, outdoor parties, and wedding ceremonies. The Classic Braid Bun is both beach and bride worthy. Classic, simple, and helps you keep your cool. Plus, you don’t have to be a professional hair stylist to pull this style off.
What You’ll Need
1 hair elastic that matches your hair
1 small clear hair elastic
St. Tropica hair mask
Before You Begin
Do you follow hairstyle tutorials to a T and still end up with a ‘do that’s falling apart just hours (or even minutes!) after you’ve finished? There are certain tricks to help you keep your style in place.
First, freshly washed and dried hair is not the best for creating an up ‘do with sticking power. Unless you have natural texture, hair can be slippery and difficult to make hold the style. Second day hair works best when creating a bun or other upswept style. Create instant second day hair by adding a bit of dry shampoo to roots and working through to ends. This creates texture and grip so strands stay put.
Hair that is slightly damp is also better at holding style, especially if you want the front part of your hair to look sleek. This trick works well for more sophisticated looks and bridal styles.
Hate those flyaways? It’s so disappointing to get your bun just right only to have wayward strands and fuzz sprouting up in front. Spritzing the finished style with a light coating of hair spray and gently running hands over hair helps to keep frizziness at bay. Plan ahead by deep conditioning your hair with St. Tropica hair mask so you don’t have to worry about having a hair halo on your big day.
The Classic Braid Bun How To
Feel free to add a headband or flower crown to complete your beautiful summertime look. The Classic Braid Bun also works while rocking a tiara. Just sayin’…
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