Love, Shelbey: Quick and Easy Messy Bun

Saturday, March 2, 2013

Quick and Easy Messy Bun

Hi everyone! Hope you're having a great weekend! I wanted to post a quick and easy hair tutorial that would be perfect for a rainy/gloomy weekend. You can't go wrong with a bun and this tutorial will be so simple that I probably won't even need to explain (but I will anyways) :) Enjoy!

Currently loving you can probably tell haha


Step 1:

  • Begin putting hair into a pony tail, make sure you do not loop the hair all the way into an actual pony tail.
  • After looping your hair into a bun, begin to pull the sides down.
  • Shape both sides of the bun.
  • (Optional) If you would like some hair falling down, take small strands above your temple and gently pull out.
Step 2:
  • Pin the sides of your bun and any other pieces that need to be secured.
Step 3:
  • (Optional) Accessorize with a headband.

A Few Tips for this Look:

  1. For extra volume, I styled my hair naturally with a little bit of mousse and just diffused it with the blow dryer. The style works great for medium to thick naturally curly hair!
  2. If you have thinner or straight hair, I would recommend teasing to achieve a fuller bun!
  3. The "Plain Jane" headband is just my personal preference for a casual day, feel free to customize the "cuteness" to your liking ;)
You're Done! 

Hope you all enjoyed!


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