The Ba­nana Bun

It’s eas­ier than it looks and no, we didn’t choose the name…

Look (UK) - - FIRST LOOK - words: Gabrielle dyer @Gdid­what

Meet the new shab­by­chic hair trend cur­rently top­ping the Pin­ter­est charts. For­get slicked-back, sky-high top­knots – those fake-a -facelift styles are very much out. In their place are loose, low and messy buns. So why is it called a ba­nana bun? The name comes from a clas­sic wed­din­gin­spired style where hair is twisted around a long foam piece. But this is a lot eas­ier to do (no foam nec­es­sary) and looks way cooler. Spritz locks with dry sham­poo or a tex­tur­is­ing spray, col­lect it at the nape of your neck, twist to­gether and se­cure with pins. Pull out a few strands at the front to re­lax the look, and voilà!

LAU­REN CONRAD DEMI LO­VATO

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