Buns are a classic go-to hairstyle any time of the year. They’re easy to do, look chic, and the perfect way to hide and style second or third-day hair. The standard bun is great but if you’re ready to try something new for fall and need some new ideas, you’ve come to the right place! We’ve got some fresh and new ideas to add a twist to your fall hair rotation that we think you’re going to adore.
I’m a big fan of this little top knot because it’s incredibly easy to do and it’s something a little unexpected. This style allows you to keep half your hair down thereby preserving the length while keeping your hair out of your face. This little bun is the perfect balance between casual yet still pulled together. This is also a good option when your hair is a little flat or you want to conceal your roots.
I don’t think messy buns will ever go out of style, especially when you wear them low with some face-framing pieces. You really can’t mess this bun up and it looks like you put some time into your hair when you really didn’t! Best of all, the more undone your hair looks, the better so it’s the perfect hairstyle when you’re in a rush.
This bun takes more time to do but the results are so worth it! Create an upside down French braid and then gather the remaining hair into a big bun at the top and voila. This bun is great for work, school, a special event, or even the gym because it’s sophisticated and it keeps your hair up and out of the way.
Now this is a much more casual style but it’s great when you’re in a rush but still want to look cute. These buns are basically two messy buns with pieces of your hair left out. These buns would even work with your hair half down and they’d look really sweet. Try these out when you’re running errands or just hanging out with friends!
Topknots are either messy and wild or neat with not a hair out of place. I prefer the first option with lots of messy tendrils and hairs out of place. It just looks so much more stylish and cool when it looks a little undone. This bun works with just about all types of outfits whether you’re staying comfy at home or working on a project with coworkers.
This is another low bun that’s a fave when you want to look -polished and pretty. Twist the front of your hair and then gather the rest of your hair into a low, side ponytail, put it into a bun, and secure it with a hair elastic. The twist in the front frames your face and the side bun is feminine.
For the ladies with really long hair, try a tall topknot and leave some of your hair out in the back. You can also make the bun even bigger by pulling out some of the sides and securing it with a bobby pin. A fun look when you're relaxing, studying, or running a few errands around town.
What did you think of these bun styles, ladies? Will you be trying any of these out this fall or maybe a variation on of the styles? What's your favorite fall hairstyle? Let us know in the comments!
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