Bun Hairstyles For Black Women

 

 

Hair up dos are generally the elegant styling of hair which doesn’t need any fingers to run over for corrections and adjustments before a photo click or for a quick pose which going to leave its mark behind with respect to our footprints for that particular event.

 

Hair up dos gives a comfort way to carry oneself beyond one’s expectation when it’s properly supported by the sprays and hairdo creams which is not required for black women as their hair are naturally kinky textured, they require the sprays and cream unless and until the texture of hair is parlor made. Buns are one of the delicate ways of hair up dos.

 

High bun with curvy braids and twirls are the best hairstyles of bun that suits the black women. They go tremendously hot and pretty glazing with the roaring style the huge bun differentiating their scalp making it look more unique and stunning all over.

 

Swirled bun is one of the formal black up do possessing its creative way when a colorful or a semi- transparent bandholz is being tied in the front. Swirls are best suited for silky and sleek wavy hair which will parlor made for most of the black women.

 

Ballerina bun is one of the unique buns among the buns for black women! It has a tucked up bangs like set up in the front forming a horizontal “U” shaped front which is proceeded by a notorious and casual, simple bun behind or on the top of scalp. This suits best for coiled curly hair as it doesn’t need hairdo products for making the front bangs- like makeover to stay longer time. Buns can also be layered which suits well on a parlor made wavy hair.

 

Buns are breath away stunning on most of the black celebrities like Zendaya who was looking great on the 2016 Nickelodeon Kid’s Choice Sports Awards red carpet. Keke Palmer appeared gorgeous for the Billboard Music Awards with her side trimmed bun with a forehead covered bangs in the front.

 

Rihanna’s messy up do bun with mounting bangs where stunning when she appeared for the 2015 Los Angles Premier red carpet. Caira’s blonde bun was elegant and striking which is supported by the chic top knot.

 

Black women are famous for their buns with sister locks which makes their bun and scalp look distinctly fair when compared to the buns and hairstyle of other women!! Thandie Newton’s curly and messy hair bun with brown coloring was slightest to the casual wear as it can be accompanied with a bandholz pretty knot being tied in the front.

 

Vivica A. Fox who mesmerized the Metropolitan Fashion Week 2016 with her peppy pearl blue messy bun! It suited her jeweled costume and her bold shoulders projected her dress and bun that goes matched for the day which made that sunny day a more memorable for most of the spectatators for her hypnotized make- over complementing her radiating skin and energetic, delicate smile projecting her personality sound adding to the existing beauty.

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