For short, long, and medium-length hair: we have the perfect messy bun for every hair length.
It doesn't matter whether you have short, long, or medium-length hair: there are hairstyles that every woman can wear - like the messy bun! The only thing that matters is the right variant. Therefore, we present you the best for each hair length:
Instead of a big messy bun, if you have short hair, you can go for the double bun variant. It makes the hair look fuller and more voluminous and at the same time ensures that all hair can be perfectly integrated into the hairstyle. How are you? First, the hair should be combed through so that there are no longer any knots in the lengths. Then take the upper part of the hair at the back of your head and tie it in a knot. Usually, the lower strands are automatically hanging out due to their short length. Take these too and tie them into another bun below the first knot. Finally, fix any protruding hairs with hair clips and hairspray, done.
If you have medium-length hair, the best way to accommodate all of your hair is in a low-slung messy bun. To do this, comb through once, then gather your hair back and tie it with the hair tie like a ponytail. However, do not pull the hair all the way through at the end, but leave it in a loop. Now simply divide the remaining lengths that were not pulled through, twist them a few times and then wrap them around the hair tie. Finally, secure everything with hair clips.
If you have long hair, the classic messy bun at the back is a fabulous choice. The best way to do this is to divide your hair into a center parting. Then tie both the right and left sections of hair into a loop at the back of your head. Cross both loops, wrap loose hair around hair ties, and secure with clips.