Low Buns & Knots: 4 Styling Tips From Fashion Week
Low Buns & Knots Trend, Plus Styling Tips To Create Them!
The model off-duty look is where street style meets high fashion, like pairing a runway-ready sleek bun with leggings and an oversized cable-knit sweater. It’s the effortlessly chic vibe your cool-girl clients want in the salon and can be achieved with just a few styling techniques. That’s why we’re sharing these low buns and knots from NYFW.
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Show Notes: “When fragility and strength combine” inspired Eugene to bring two opposing forces together to create this spiraling soft bun style. Use Wella Professionals EIMI Mystify Me Strong for a tight, sleek look and EIMI Dry Me Dry Shampoo for texture. Smooth out the hair using a ghd platinum+ styler before securing with elastics and twisting.
Show Notes: For a ‘supersonic ballerina’ look, work Aveda Phomollient Styling Foam into the roots. Secure the hair into a low pony and blow-dry to bake the style. Separate the pony into three sections, continuously twist and wrap before securing with pins. Mist with Air Control to finish.
3. Alice + Olivia by Stacey Bendet – Justine Marjan (@justinemarjan) for ghd
Show Notes: For the sleek vibe that gives this look a glossy effect, smooth out the hair using a ghd platinum+ styler to achieve a high-shine finish.
4. Self Portrait – Jimmy Paul (@jimmypaulhair) for Bumble and bumble.
Show Notes: Prep the hair with Bb.Thickening Spray by Bumble and bumble. and make a clean center part, smoothing the edges with Bb.Gel. Bring the hair into a low pony, then braid and wrap tightly into a chignon. Leave out the ends for more attitude, then finish with Does It All.