Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Double bun hairstyles

Have a trendy party coming up? You've planned everything from your outfit to your shoes, but what to do with your hair? That’s a major problem for all girls. If you’re feeling a little girly, why not try a double bun hairstyle? If you’re the type of girl that finds styling your hair a little intimidating, then this hairstyle is perfect for you. Double buns are really simple, cute and work well in any occasion.

How to make them? Making double buns isn't that difficult and you can easily make them by yourself. The double bun hairstyle is fairly straightforward and will not take more than 10 minutes. However, you will need a few things:

A Brush
3-4 Bobby Pins
2 Hair ties or elastics
Hair decorations (Optional)

Start off by dividing your hair using the brush in two sections and make two high ponytails on each side. Simply curl your hair into a bun around the base of your pigtail. Make sure you use the bobby pins to secure the bun. Don’t tighten the bun too much or else you might face some discomfort. If you want some puffy buns, then before twirling your hair in a bun, do some back-combing using the brush—don’t be afraid to really mess with them. After that simply add hairspray. You can now add any hair decorations you want and you’re done.

You've got a simple and quick hairstyle that will make you look absolutely fabulous no matter what the occasion!

Double Bun Hairstyle Ideas

Monday, September 9, 2013

How to Get Rid of Oily Hair

Steps for Healthy Hair

Healthy hair can dramatically change your look and your style. If oily hair is a problem, try these simple steps to improve the overall health of your hair.

Oily hair is caused by your body producing too much sebum from the sebaceous glands connected to the hair follicle. Oily hair appears dull and lank. It also attracts dirt more easily, lacks volume, and is more difficult to manage than dryer, healthier hair. The more hair you have, the more oil your sebaceous glands produce. People with fine hair have more hair per square inch of scalp, so they have more oil glands resulting in oilier hair. Redheads rarely have problems with oily hair, but blonds typically have fine, thin hair and more issues with an oily scalp. The more your hair weighs, the more oily it will appear, so the longer you hair is, the oilier it may look. Products not specifically formulated for oily hair may increase the problem. Adding the wrong kind of mousse or gel to add volume may make your hair look oilier. Getting rid of the oil for smooth, silky, healthy hair requires a few simple steps. Chances are, you've already tried a few products off the shelf, but did you know there are home recipes for hair products designed specifically for getting rid of the oil in your hair? Nature is a wonderful pharmacy, so choose natural products whenever possible. If products and home remedies still leave you with an oily mess, you could try a cut and style designed to minimize the appearance of hair. Mix and match the solutions until you find one that works best to help you get rid of your oily hair.

Change Your Habits: 

Oily hair may look finer and more limp than hair that is well cared for. Hair becomes immune to shampoo’s effectiveness over time, so if it’s been a while since you changed your shampoo, try something new. Also make sure you are using the right shampoo for your hair. Oily hair needs a clear, see through shampoo as they have less oily residue to weigh your hair down. Shampoo your hair once a day or twice a day if needed. If your hair still feels oily after shampooing, you need to shampoo it twice next time. After all, the labels read, ‘lather, rinse, and repeat’ and this is especially true for people with oily hair. Your goal is to keep up with the oil production factory living inside of your hair follicles. Do not use a conditioner, unless it’s absolutely necessary. Conditioners contain oil and you already have enough. Don’t over brush your hair. As you brush, you carry the oil from your roots to the ends of your hair, effectively distributing the oily goodness throughout your head. Blow your hair dry in the opposite direction from how it grows. Throw your hair over your head and blow it dry or you’re your hair up from the roots with a brush as you dry it. Stress levels affect the sebaceous gland, so your hair will be healthier if you avoid stress. These few simple steps can make a difference in the overall appearance of your hair.


If you feel like you’re the only woman in the world with oily hair, rest assured that you are not. Your hair needs a certain amount of oil to maintain a healthy shine and texture. If you look like you could squeeze enough oil from your hair to fry a chicken, then you may need to change the products you use. Check the hair care aisle in your local drug store or ask your stylist what he or she recommends for your type of hair. We've already learned that you need to shampoo at least once each day, so choose a shampoo that’s gentle, but effective for oily hair. Once you begin searching, you may see that there is a tremendous amount of product designed to increase the volume in your hair, making it look less oily. If you must use conditioner, use it sparingly and only if it is formulated for oily hair. Also try using it only on the ends of your hair, not at the roots. Make sure you rinse the shampoo and the conditioner completely; you do not want to add weight to your hair. Your hair may have other considerations, like split ends, which may require more precise shampoos and conditioners. Your hair stylist will be able to point you in the right direction if you need a little help.

 Home Recipes: 

You can find many different recipes for oily hair care that use ingredients you likely have in your fridge or your pantry. Home remedies for oily hair use ingredients like lemon, beer and apple cider. Mixing a few ingredients at home will save you money and may help get rid of your oily hair. Apply an astringent to your scalp that you make from equal parts of witch hazel and mouthwash. Apply it using cotton pads each time you wash your hair, if needed. The witch hazel is an astringent and the mouthwash is like an antiseptic. Rinse your hair with lemon juice and distilled water to combat the oil in your hair. Mix the juice of two lemons with a quart of distilled water. You could also rinse your hair with apple cider vinegar and distilled water. Mix a teaspoon of vinegar with a pint of water. This helps remove the soap residue that will weigh down your hair while it also acts as a tonic for your scalp. If you already use mousse on your hair, try switching to beer instead. Fresh beer stored in a covered plastic container in your shower will react better with your oily hair than mousse which may clog the pores.

Cut and Style: 

Wearing your oily hair long and one length will cause it to lie flat and lifeless. Instead, have your stylist cut your hair in layers, especially on top of your head. You can also ask them to cut your hair from underneath as this allows the hair to stand up better. Purchase a good blow dryer, one that will cause the least amount of damage to your hair for daily use. You may pay a little more for a good dryer, but your hair will thank you for it.

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

How To Put Your Hair In Buns

Schoolmistresses no longer have the monopoly on this sexy style.

Putting your hair in a bun is easy -- once you know how to do it. Take about half an hour to experiment with these looks to determine which bun you like the best.

The bun is a classic and time tested hairstyle. While the bun used to be indicative of a stern, female figure who did not have the time or inclination for frills or other frivolity, it is now a unique and fun way to keep your hair out of your face while giving your look a sense of flair and innovation. Whether you need a tightly wrapped, heavily pinned bun to keep hair firmly in place and out of the way, or whether you prefer to let your bun be a little looser and romantic in style, wearing a bun is the ideal way to practically keep your hair out of your eyes and off your neck while still keeping a little bit of style in your look. Whether you have bobbed hair, shoulder length hair or long hair that extends to your waist or farther, you can enjoy wearing a variety of buns to achieve a wide array of looks.

Before you start styling, you will need to have several things close at hand. You will need a wall mounted mirror and a hand mirror. This will let you look at the back of your head to see whether you like the look of your bun once you are done. Also, make sure that you have plenty of bobby pins, the long, straight pins that you may use to pin hair back out of your eyes. You will also need several ponytail rubber bands. These bands should be thick enough to hold all of your hair – or as much as you want to put in the bun – firmly in place. Generally these will be thick, brightly colored bands that are covered with cloth and have a metal clasp holding them in a loop. The thin, flimsy “ouchless” hair elastics will probably not be hardy enough for this, so make sure you have some real elastic hair bands rather than just small rubber bands. If you want, you can add some additional flair to your look by using the small rubber bands to dress up the hair in your bun before you put it there, but we will address styling your bun later. For now, we will stick to the basics of bun-building. You will also need hairspray and a good, strong hairbrush. Pick on that combs your hair the most smoothly and with the least amount of resistance. Many people find that buns are easier to style when their hair is damp. If you have trouble keeping your dry hair smooth, then consider keeping a spray bottle nearby as well to make your hair a little easier to deal with. Once you have all of your equipment, face the wall mounted mirror and get started.

If you have long hair, it will be relatively easy to form it into a bun. First, pull all of your hair back into a ponytail. The ponytail will end up being the center of the bun, so a high ponytail will result in a high bun and a low ponytail will result in a low bun. Make sure that your ponytail is located where you want your bun to be. Also, make sure that the rest of your hair is relatively smooth, and that you have pulled out any pieces of hair that you would like to remain outside of the bun. These might be bangs or side pieces that you will  curl or style later into tendrils to frame your face. If these loose pieces make it hard for you to see to style, clip them out of the way with a bobby pin for the time being. Grasp the end of your ponytail and begin to twist it. The tighter you twist, the tighter your bun will be. As you twist the hair, it will begin to curl around itself, forming the shape of your bun. Once you have twisted all of your hair so that it is firmly coiled, tuck the end of the hair underneath the entire coil and use several bobby pins to hold it in place. You may also place bobby pins around the edge of your bun to hold it to your head. The open ends of the pins should point inward toward the center of the bun, and they should be sticking through hair in your bun and the pulled-up hair on your head. Once your bun is secure, you can spray it with hairspray to flatten down small pieces of hair that are sticking up and to hold it in place. If you do not like using bobby pins, you may decide to stick a pair of hair sticks through the bun to hold it in place. The hair sticks should be more or less perpendicular to each other. Poke one end through one side of the bun, then thread it through so that it is also sticking through the hair beneath the bun. Then, angle it back upward so that it sticks out of the other side of the bun. Do this with both sticks starting on opposite sides of the bun.

If you have shorter hair, you may decide to just put the front part of your hair in a bun. To do this, you will need to pull as much hair as possible into a ponytail. The ponytail needs to be long and thin enough to twist, so do not make a ponytail that is so short that it just sticks out from your head. Once you have the ponytail secured, twist it in the same way that was described above. You will form a small bun on the back of your head. You can secure it with bobby pins or by putting another elastic band around it to hold it in place. If you have short hair, you will definitely need some hairspray unless you want your bun to look spiky because of all the hair sticking out on the sides.

You can do several things to “dress up” your bun. You might put several small braids into your ponytail before you start twisting it into a bun. This will add some texture to the bun. You can also put beads in your ponytail or just brightly colored elastics to add some sparkle and color. If you have extremely long hair, then you might decide to braid your entire ponytail before you twist it into a bun. This makes your bun look almost like a braided crown and can be a very elegant look as well as making your hair far easier to manage while you are styling it.

Thursday, August 22, 2013

How to make a low bun?

Do you know how to make a low bun to your hair? Low bun hairstyle is often the choice of women who want to look elegant and feminine. One of the hair styling that most idols and actress like to make is low bun. This hair style is also become an option for most top celebrities when attending red carpet events. Then, how are your steps to make a low bun? If you don’t know how to make a low bun, then you are lucky to find this article because you will find step by step way to do it.

Bouffant your hair

For those who want the look of a break off and a little messy, it helps if you bouffant your hair first. You don’t need to bouffant the hair too much, just at the roots of the hair and in the middle area of the head. In addition to producing a sexy disheveled look, bouffant hair also help to avoid the impression that limp the hair.

Comb with a brush 

Once completed with the bouffant, you need to come the hair to the back of the ear. Use a comb with brush type to make the hair look soft and not stiff. Use a little hairspray for unruly the hair.

Create a ponytail 

High or low ponytail can be adjusted with the desire. For example, like Selena Gomez that set her hair with a little low bun or like Olga Kurylenko which make the low bun is just below the ear. If you want a neat break off, tie it around your hair including bangs. But if you want to look messy, you can leave the bangs when creating a ponytail. Then, pull the rubber around the edge bangs pinned hair and use black hair clips. Then, order the front bangs to be slightly dangling.

Twist and roll 

The technique to create the low bun is by twisting the hair which is tied up and then roll up to form a circle. Pin with hair clips in some parts so the bun will not easily be damaged. Make sure you are comfortable with the low bun hairstyle and your head is not impaled by hairpin.

Spray with hairspray 

As a final touch, spray your hair with hairspray to make your low bun hairstyle long lasting. If you want a more glamorous, you can also add hair ornaments adorned with crystals on the top of the bun.

Congratulations. Now you have known how to make a low bun, right? 

Saturday, August 17, 2013

About Bun Hairstyles...

The bun hairstyles in fashion nowadays gives us a reminder of the olden times when the old ladies used to tie up their hairs in the form of a low bun but nowadays this has emerged as the latest hairstyle being adopted by the models and the makeup artists. The classical view of the olden bun hairstyle was a topknot or classical ballet bun. The low bun is the hottest hairstyle that is going to be added in the latest fashion now getting into the rotations of your lives.

At earlier times the bun hairstyle was assumed as a daily hairstyle adapted by a third grade teacher who used to just wrap up her hairs in the form of a low bun with the help of a pony tail. Today this low bun is now upgraded and has emerged as the latest in fashion hairstyle. All these bun hairstyles are introduced in the trends by the models and by the fashion designers in the fashion shows. Sometimes you may also come across to know about these styles from your colleagues, fashion magazines or the makeup artists you visit.   The low bun hairstyle has been seen in all the catwalks and fashion shows of this season therefore presenting it as a symbol of the most popular hairstyle. It presented a stunning look on the red carpet.

With the adding beauty of the floor length gowns and cocktails there is sleek low bun also being introduced at the red carpet enhancing the elegancy and beauty to your personality. The sleek low bun is easy to be made and gives you a fancy touch within just few minutes. At the same time it can also be adapted as your casual hairstyle in normal routine as it is going to boost your sophistication in gentle way.  You can get this sleek low bun hair style by having a blow dry to your straight hairs. Then pull them back into a low ponytail. Fasten up the pony tail and wrap the hairs around the elastic to create a low bun. After this you can secure the remaining hairs and the base by adding up the baby pins. You can also choose for an extra loose low bun which is usually famous with the Hollywood actresses. This gives you an ideal combination of effortless elegance and romantic wisps both combined into one style and stunning look.

Bun Hairstyle Ideas

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Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Bun Hairstyles

Individuals wanting to find out what are the latest bun hairstyles need to visit websites like http://www.bunhairstyles.org/ and familiarize with the latest trends. What most people do not realize is the bun is truly the most versatile hairstyle out there. You can wear it up, on the side and do a wide array of things with it. There are tutorials provided online that will show you the step by step process on how to create the ultimate bun hairstyles. Since time is always limited you need to go online and look for websites that are the most popular overall. Since this is your first time looking for websites that specialize in bun hairstyles you need to look at the total number of people who like the website. One of the best ways to establish the viability of these websites is to look at the total number of comments that have been posted by people who used the website, by looking at the total number of comments you will know whether this bun hairstyle website is popular.

If you are reading this then you must be looking for the best bun hairstyles, what you need to do is find all of the websites that review these bun hairstyles and provide you with tips on how to refine your hair. Something that you need to do once you have a list of these websites is check the different bun hairstyles until you find something that you really like. After you have found the style that you need to look for a step by step tutorial that will show you the right way to create this particular bun hairstyle. Most of these tutorials will provide you with all of the information you need but review all of them until you find something that really appeals to you. Something that you need to do is check out the total number of people who are using the website, if the website has a large number of people using it on a regular basis then it would be reasonable to deduce this particular website is a good choice for all of your bun hair styling needs.

How To Find Tutorials On The Latest Bun Hairstyles

Any person who wants to learn how to create the latest bun hairstyles should start looking for websites that provide detailed tutorials on how to create these styles. Since there are many types of bun hairstyles you really should look online for website that are providing a detailed overview with photos on how to create the perfect bun. Each person has their own respective preferences so go online right now and look for websites that have the largest number of positive reviews, try to list all of the bun hairstyle websites that have the most positive reviews and then check out the tutorials on these sites. While reviewing the tutorials you should be able to find a bun hairstyle that really captures your interest.  By following these tips you are going to have awesome looking hair that is salon quality without the high price of salon styling so go online right now and start doing your research.

Sunday, August 11, 2013

Bun hairstyles step by step

What Are The Latest Bun Hairstyles

If you are wondering what are the latest bun hairstyles? You are not alone, it seems the entire world is interested in bun hairstyles and you could have a different style for each and every day of the week. To get caught up on the latest trends you need to go online to websites like Bun hairstyles and check out the tutorials that are being shown, while reviewing these tutorials take down detailed notes. Now visit all of the other websites and review their tutorials in detail taking down notes, after you have reviewed all of the tutorials pick the top five (5) websites based on how comprehensive their tutorials are and whether the bun hairstyles are appealing.  Now that you know which of these bun hairstyles websites offer the most comprehensive and latest styles you can check out our Facebook fan page to find out what other people are saying about the website, their feedback will really help you make the right choice.
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