The bun hairstyle is a classic for women and men. There are all kinds you can do such as low, high, braided, double and others. They help keep hair out of your face while being a little more elegant than a simple ponytail.
Below is a large and growing photo collection of many different types of bun hairstyles for women. Enjoy.
20 Types of Hair Buns
Ballerinas need to be able to keep their hair out of their face while they are dancing, which is why this is such a popular hairstyle, but it isn’t only worn by dancers. If you want to look like a ballerina and enjoy the same hairstyle, then you need to make a very ordered and tight chignon that is in the shape of a donut and located either at the top or the side of the head. This is a great option if you want to make sure that your hair is kept out of your face and looks nice and neat. One key to making sure that your bun looks like a true ballerina bun is to keep any flyaways smoothed down and pinned in place. It can be very difficult for people who have shorter hair to achieve this type of bun.
Low buns are worn at the nape of the neck and are generally not very fancy, although you can use flowers or hairpins to make them look a little bit more decorative. While most types of bun look best when there is plenty of long hair to style and to form into the bun, this type of bun is a good option for people who have shorter hair and still want to be able to put their hair into a bun. People with shorter hair will need to use hair pins or bobby pins to help keep their strands in place, while people who have longer hair can hide the pins inside the bun where they won’t be as obvious.
If you want to get your hair up and off of your neck, but you don’t want to look like you have tried too hard, then a messy bun may be a great option for you. This type of bun is typically worn high on the back of the head or even on the top of the head, and all strands of hair are tucked up into it. Part of the appeal of this type of bun is that it doesn’t matter whether the strands hang out or if the bun is perfectly smooth. While some people like to wear this type of bun out and about, others rely on it as a quick and easy way to get their hair out of their face when they are in a hurry.
This is the simplest of all types of bun and is the basis of many different types of buns, including low and ballerina. A chignon bun is very functional as it will trap all of the hair on your head and keep it off of your neck and from falling in your face. Additionally, this type of bun is a classic bun that can be dressed up for a fancy event or quickly put into place with a simple hair elastic. While some people think that a chignon tends to be very plain, they are often worn in weddings as the hair can be wrapped intricately around the bun for a fancy and impressive look.
Braided buns are made in the same way that chignon buns are, but instead of relying on loose hair to make the bun, you first need to put your hair into a braid. Make sure that you secure the end of your braid with a rubber band so that the hair will not come loose after you have formed the bun, which will cause you to have to start from the beginning again. You then coil the braid around itself to form a bun on the back of your head. While it may be tempting to secure the bun using a rubber band, this will cause the bun to compress and look misshapen. Rather, rely on bobby pins so that you can pin the bun into place to keep it from unwinding.
This type of bun is very popular for use in a wedding or at a fancy dance, such as prom. While it is very similar to a chignon bun, the floral bun has a few differences. To make this type of bun you first need to coil some of the hair into the correct bun shape. Once this is secured to the back of the head, pieces of hair are twisted around and then attached over the bun, which creates a 3D floral look that is very attractive and interesting. If you really want to make this bun live up to its name, then it is a good idea to include a flower pinned near the bun.
This is a very high chignon that is allowed to remain messy and bloated, which makes it look like the person wearing the bun has a lot more hair than they actually do. When worn high up on the back of the head or even on the top of the head, it is very easy to embellish this bun with hair accessories to draw attention to it and make it look even more impressive. This bun is often embellished with flowers, bows, and ribbons to complete the look. Because it is not as imperative for the hair to lay flat with this type of bun, it is a great option for people in a hurry who want to style their hair and get out the door.
If you want to elevate your messy bun a little bit to really complete your outfit or make it look like you put a little more effort into your style, then you will want to consider a bohemian bun. Before forming the bun, you first need to take some hair and braid a long braid, leaving it out of the bun when you secure it on the back of your head. This braid is then wrapped around the base of the bun and secured so that it will remain in place throughout the day. The braid is a great way to hide any pins or bands that are used to hold the bun in place and will help to make this bun look a little bit more impressive.
This type of bun is a great way to enjoy the benefits of having your hair in a bun and out of your face, while adding a little personal style to your hair. Rather than forming the hair into a round bun on the back of your head, you first need to secure your hair into a high ponytail. Leave out a strand of hair that you will use once the bun is formed and then form a loose, yet sleek bun. Any stray strands of hair will prevent this bun from looking its best, so it’s important to take your time during this step. When the bun is secure, then the loose pieces of hair need to be twisted together and used to divide the bun into the shape of a bow. Secure the strands so that they won’t come loose, and make sure to pull them tight enough to make sure that the bow’s shape is obvious.
This bun looks a lot more complicated than it actually is and is a great way to make a fancy updo for an event without spending a lot of time on your hair. By forming two braids at the same height on the back of your head and then twisting them together, you can easily form this bun. There are a few things to take into consideration when you opt for an easy twisty bun. The first is that you want to use clear rubber bands to secure your braids so that they won’t be obvious when you twist your braids together. You also need to make sure that the ends of your braids are secured inside the bun, not left hanging out, as otherwise the bun will look very messy and unkempt.
This type of bun is almost exactly like the bohemian bun, except that it is not as messy as the bohemian bun. While the bohemian bun is formed in a messy chignon with loose strands of hair that are allowed to hang down from the bun all around the head and even around the face, a braid bun is much more ordered, shaped like a donut, and is slicked so that there aren’t any stray hairs that are trying to escape the bun. Once the bun is in shape, then a small braid is coiled around the base and pinned into place so that it can’t move. Both the braid and the bun need to be very neat and styled so that there isn’t any loose hair.
A milkmaid bun is a fun way to elevate a regular low bun with a braid. Begin by separating the hair at the back of the head to be used in the bun from some hair that you can use to make the braid. The bun is generally neat and tight, not left to be messy, as the messiness of a bun will compete with the attractive form of the braid. The braid then needs to start on one side of the head and surround the entire head, framing the face, before it is pinned in place underneath the bun. One problem that some people experience with this type of bun is that the braid doesn’t always want to stay in place. You can combat this by using some strategically placed bobby pins to keep the braid from slipping.
To really update your braided bun and make a splash with something that will not only keep your hair out of your face but ensure that you look great, opt for a combination of braids that start at the face and a bun. A low bun that is tight and free of flyaways looks great with paired with braids. Begin by braiding two sections of hair, one from each side of the face, and pulling them towards the back of your head. Once you have secured your bun tightly and securely to your head then you can wrap the braids around the bun and secure them at the base. This is just a little more fancy than other, more basic, types of braids and looks great for any occasion.
While braids can be very simple and messy for a relaxed look, they can also look very refined and classy. A chic bun that is very low on the neck and rolled into shape rather than wrapped into a doughnut looks amazing. The elongated shape of this bun is not only very attractive, it’s just a little bit different from typical buns, which is sure to attract the attention of anyone who sees it. The most important thing to remember when you opt for this type of bun is that you want to make sure that your pins are all hidden so that they do not stick out and ruin the classy effect that you desire.
You can upgrade your normal low bun into something a little bit different by taking a section of hair, twisting it, and then wrapping it around the base of the bun. This clearly defines the bun. Instead of pulling the bun tight to the head and forming it into a doughnut, allow part of the bun to hang down in a loop. This creates a more relaxed appearance without allowing the bun to look messy. Because of this, you can easily wear this bun to most any function without worrying about looking out of place.
This is easily one of the classiest of all buns that you can do, and it looks great no matter whether you are going to work or are in a wedding. When you are going to style a French twist, you will want to wash your hair the day before, but not the day of, as the oils in your hair will help to hold the style in place. To make sure that your French twist looks the best that it can, you will want to make sure that you carefully smooth any loose hairs into place and keep them from coming loose, which will make the whole hairdo look a lot more casual. If you struggle with doing a French twist and want a little additional help, then there are some great combs on the market that will make this process a lot easier, especially when you are working on your own head.
For a more relaxed look that works perfectly both day and night, opt for a bun that has some tendrils of hair that have escaped and are gently resting around your face. These tendrils soften the look and will prevent the bun from looking harsh and unnatural. The best way to make sure that your tendrils add to the beauty of your bun and don’t make it look haphazard is to pull your hair into a bun and secure it before gently pulling out a few tendrils. The tendrils can then rest around your face and will fall naturally. You can use this style no matter what type of bun you opt for, as they will soften the look and make it look more natural.
A half bun is when the top part of your hair is pulled back into a bun near the top of your head while the rest of the hair is allowed to hang loose around your shoulders. This is a great option if you want to enjoy a casual look that still looks a bit nicer than having all of your hair loose or if you are worried about hair getting into your face, as you can keep everything pulled away from your eyes. This type of bun is ideal no matter how long your hair is, as you can easily adjust the bun’s location on your hair to ensure that your hair looks the best that it can. It’s a great option for people who have thinner hair, as you can easily curl the rest of your hair and make it look more voluminous.
Unlike other types of buns that hold the hair securely, the pony bun is a cross between a bun and a ponytail and allows for a lot more movement from the hair. Once the hair has been pulled into a ponytail, instead of pulling the hair all of the way through the rubber band on the final pass, it is left pulled only halfway through. This keeps the hair off of the neck in the way that you are accustomed to with a full bun, but allows for more movement and is easy to take in and out of your hair. Some of the hair is left dangling out of the bun.
If you want to make sure that your hair bun looks the nicest that it can, then you need to make sure that you use jewels or flowers to decorate your bun. These are a wonderful way to quickly make your hair appear much nicer and fancier without a lot of effort. No matter whether you have opted for a loose bun or one that is more secure and doesn’t have any flyaways, when you decorate your bun you are sure to love the way that it looks. Decorations can match the rest of your outfit if you want something that will fit with your style, or they can be a different color if you want something that adds interest without matching.
Two buns up on the side or top of the head are very cute and are a fun and easy style to do. These buns look great of people of all ages and are a great way to keep hair out of your face and off your neck. Because the hair doesn’t all have to reach a center point on the back of the head, these buns are ideal if your hair is a little short. You can, with the help of some bobby pins or other clips, easily control your hair and ensure that it goes where you want it to. Twin buns are going to be a lot smaller than other types of buns, but that is part of the charm and appeal.
This type of bun is much more intricate than other braided buns, but the end result is worth it. When you have a lace braided bun, then the hair of the bun is actually included in the braid itself. The result is a bun that looks like it was braided onto the head. This is not an easy bun to learn how to do, but with a little practice and patience you can easily accomplish it. This style is perfect if you want an updo that will work for both day and night looks, as it is perfect for an evening out but still looks great at work.
This type of bun stars with a ladder braid down the length of a ponytail and then the bun is carefully twisted into place, making sure that the braid is always visible on the outside of the bun. If you are not careful to place the ladder braid where it can be seen, then you will not get the full effect from this great braid. It’s generally one that you will perform on another person, as it can be very difficult to see what you are doing and have the patience to hold your arms up long enough to finish the ladder braid.
A sock bun is a great way to add a lot of volume to your hair quickly and easily. By using part of an old sock to roll up your bun and give it definition, you can quickly create a bun that looks much thicker than it would if you were to only use your natural hair. This type of bun is generally a little bit messy, but not as messy or loose as a bohemian bun.
Smooth Low Chignon
Here’s Amanda Seyfried sporting a tight low bun with her infamous long blonde hair. Looks great with silver earrings and a chic green dress. I love this pose which is a great candid photo of her. She has a terrific natural smile on her that’s engaging the viewer. It’s no wonder she’s a top-tier actress the way she exudes such personality in a photo and on the screen. This is a classic look for any formal occasion. Amanda Seyfried wears this low bun or “chignon” with a deep side part in the front. Make sure to straighten the hair and use gloss spray to finish.
Cut Simple Top Knot
Zendaya rocking this look on the red carpet is proof that top knots aren’t just for sweatpants and hoodies. Use a brush to smooth the back, sides, and top to create a high and smooth ponytail. Wrap around into a topknot and secure any loose pieces with pins.
Curly High Bun
Working with your natural texture can make a beautiful up-do. Take a cue from Yvette Nicole Brown’s style and add some moisturizing hair serum before brushing your hair up into a hair tie. Loop your hair through once and wrap the ends around the base. Fan out the loop to finish the look.
Disheveled Undone Bun
Stana Katic’s perfectly undone ‘do is a part ponytail, part bun, and all style. Finger comb your hair into a high ponytail and loosely wrap into a bun. Tousle the bun and pull out a few pieces. Use a texture paste to separate the ends.
Fairytale Braided Bun
Leave it to Sarah Jessica Parker to inspire yet another fashion choice. This braided bun is worthy of a princess. Brush your hair back into a ponytail making sure your hair is nice and smooth. Braid the pony and wrap it around the base. Secure with pins all around and tuck the ends under the bun.
Voluminous Retro Bun
Penelope Cruz has a timeless style, and the hair to match. Start with plenty of root spray and gently back-comb the crown to get as much volume as possible. Then carefully brush the hair into a bun, taking care not to press down the volume. Finish with a gloss spray.
Surfer Girl Style Bun
Kelly Ripa’s laid-back look goes perfectly with a simple, modern dress. The hairstyle is a low side bun with a smooth, deep side part and a few face-framing pieces pulled out to soften the style.
Sleek Braided Bun
Braid Crown Chignon
Jessica Alba has amazing low-key elegance that you can achieve. Part down the middle and make a simple crown braid to about 1 inch behind the ears. Wrap your hair into a loose, low bun and pull out a couple of pieces to braid and tuck back in.
Tight Top Knot with Braid
If your hair is dyed blonde like Jennifer Morrison’s then sometimes you need to give it a break from harsh heat styling. This is a great alternative. Do one small braid over the ear, then sweep the hair into a smooth, high ponytail. Wrap into a sleek bun and tuck in any loose ends.
Messy Looped Bun
Jade Jones’s hairstyle is young, fresh, and easy to do. Flip your hair over and gather it high on your head. Loop the hair through a hair tie leaving a few inches out. Fan the loop and pull out a couple of strands just in front of the ears to frame the face.
Sleek Ballet Bun
If you like bold fashion like Jada Pinkett-Smith’s red dress then a simple up-do is all you need. Brushback into a tight ponytail, then gently twist as you wrap the hair around to create a classic ballet bun. Tuck in the ends and use a rattail comb to gently loosen the bun and add volume.
Sexy Messy Top Knot
If you lighten your hair like Hilary Duff then you’ve got some added texture to work with. Use it! This style is simply a high, messy top knot that’s slightly pulled apart to create that piece-y texture.
Regal Ring Bun
Heidi Klum pulls off this over-the-top elegance with panache! Use a bun ring to create a voluminous, large bun around a ponytail at the crown. Pull out one piece and use it to wrap around the bun once you’ve got it in place.
Perfect Top Knot for Fine Hair
If you have fine or thin hair, then this is a good look to try. Hayden Panettiere’s stylist brushed the hair up into a tight, high ponytail and wrapped the ends into a smooth bun. Pull apart slightly to add a little volume to the bun and finish with a glossing spray.
Intricate Top Knot
Last January 5, 2017, the American actress went with a fierce look at the premiere of “Sleepless” with a tight, high bun top knot and a dazzling sequined dress that has a deep V neckline.
If you have bangs or short front layers like Freida Pinto then this is a great solution. Pull the front pieces back like a half-up style, then wrap the back into a low, wide chignon.
Pretty Highlighted Ballet Bun
Highlights and lowlights like the ones Emma Samms is sporting can give a bun lovely dimension. Make sure to twist and wrap to really showcase the color.
Low Bun with Loose Ends
Elizabeth Banks is no stranger to daring style, and this up-do is no exception. Use a deep side part in the front and smooth the hair. Wrap the ends into a low bun, but instead of tucking the ends under pull them out and fan them a bit. Finish with some texture paste to separate the ends.
Two-Part Twisted Bun
You’d never know that Carey Mulligan has short hair with this style. If your hair is too short to pull back into one bun, try a couple! Twisting pieces back keeps them from falling out. Just use plenty of pins to secure each bun in place.
High Bun with Bold Bangs
Bangs and buns can go together, especially if you’ve got an eye-grazing fringe like Beth Behrs. The trick is to keep the style sleek. Straighten the hair and pull it up into a very high ponytail. Wrap the ends around into a neat but soft bun.
Bold Artsy Bun
Bai Ling is known for her unconventional style. If you’re this brave then go for a big, bold bun. Unless you have dreads or very long hair you’ll probably need a bun donut to get this much volume. Wrap the hair around and piece it out, using hairspray to build volume and keep everything in place.
Sophisticated Low Bun
Adriana Lima was at the 2018 Elton John AIDS Foundation Oscar Viewing Party at the West Hollywood Park on March 4, 2018, in West Hollywood wearing a sheer jazzy dress that is paired with a sophisticated low bun hairstyle.
Glamorous Bun with Tendrils
During the Declare Yourself’s “Domino Effect” Hollywood Party last September 24, 2008, the actress exhibits a trendy black dress along with a low bun and wavy tendrils accented with octagonal hoop earrings.
Messy Top Knot
The actress attended the 15th Annual Global Green Pre-Oscar Gala at the NeueHouse on February 28, 2018, with a silver dress and a high bun hairstyle incorporated with tousled tendrils on the sides.
Slick Middle Bun
Malin Akerman attended the Environmental Media Awards last October 19, 2013, in Burbank. She showcased her elegant and slick bun hairstyle and her white sexy dress complemented by beautiful black shoes.
Loose High Bun
The pretty actress wore a casual loose high bun hairstyle last October 22, 2016, for the 26th Annual Environmental Media Awards.
Neat High Bun
The gorgeous TV personality wore a neat high bun hairstyle flaunting a pink collar necklace that complements her floral tube dress. This was taken at the 25th amfAR Gala Cannes event last May 17, 2018.
Elegant High Bun
Last May 2, 2016, actress Freida Pinto attended the Manus x Machina Fashion in an Age of Technology Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art with her hair styled in a slick updo with a high bun.
Messy High Bun
The actress wore a sexy pink dress to match her messy upstyle bun that emphasizes her elegant neck at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts Gala last October 17, 2013.
Braided High Bun
The actress arrived for the Spotlight Cast at the SAG Awards held on January 30, 2016, with a chic black dress and jet black hair arranged into a high braided bun with sleek tendrils.
Messy Bun with Boho Touch
Sweet Bilson at the Los Angeles premiere of “Thank You For Smoking” last March 16, 2006, sporting a hippie look with a messy bun hairstyle accentuated with a nice headband.
Messy Beehive Top Bun
Jessie J went for a beehive hairstyle with her large hair bun at the top of her head. This is paired with a blue romper and gold leather jacket for the Harpers Bazaar Women of the Year Awards 2011 in London last November 7, 2011.
Stylish Bun with Side-Swept Bangs
In London last June 06, 2019, Jessie J was at The Voice Kids UK 2019 photocall wearing a colorful floral outfit paired with her elegant upstyle bun that has side-swept bangs.
Messy Low Bun
Mila Kunis stood out with her shiny and sexy dress at the Extract movie premiere in Los Angeles last August 24, 2009. She paired this dress with a messy low bun hairstyle with highlighted tendrils on the side.
The Mexican beauty had her hair styled into an elegant bun at the 2014 LACMA Art+Film Gala last November 1, 2014. This brings focus on her beautiful earrings and white detailed dress.
Large Upstyle Bun
Last November 02, 2019, Salma Hayek arrived at the 2019 LACMA Art + Film Gala Presented By Gucci with an elegant upstyle bun hairstyle that emphasizes her gorgeous earrings.
Elegant Top Knot
The elegance brought by Miranda Kerr’s Top Knot indeed enhanced her beauty during the InStyle Awards 2015 on October 26, 2015, in Hollywood, CA.
Classy Low Bun
Paris Hilton had her blonde locks arranged into a classic low bun during the Foundation Fighting Blindness Gala at Cipriani 25 Broadway on April 12, 2016. Chandelier earrings and a black geometric dress completed the sleek yet classy look.
Messy Upstyle Bun
Cameron Diaz exhibited a classy and sassy aura with her semi-messy upstyle bun during the premiere of The Box last November 4, 2009.
Elegant Bun with Highlights
Last January 17, 2010, Cameron Diaz was at the 67th Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Despite the rain, she wowed in her long red dress and bun hairstyle with highlights.
Slick Low Bun
Gwen Stefani arrived at the MOCA’s Annual Gala “The Artist’s Museum Happening” 2010 at the Museum of Contemporary Art last November 13, 2010, in Los Angeles, CA. She was a picture of elegance with her slick low bun hairstyle.
Messy Top Knot Bun
Gwen Stefani attended the 2011 MOCA Gala at the MOCA Grand Avenue in Los Angeles, CA wearing a pretty black dress with her messy top knot bun hairstyle and iconic bold lips.
Messy Bun Plus Curtain Bangs
Jennifer Aniston showcased a messy bun hairstyle with curtain bangs at Giffoni Film Festival 2016 held on July 23rd. Gold hoop earrings and a black dotted dress completed the gorgeous look.
Stylish Top Knot
Alyssa Milano arranged her thick tresses into a stylish top knot during the VH1’s TrailBlazer Honors on February 20, 2019. It was complemented with gorgeous earrings and a burgundy suit.
Side-Swept Low Bun
Julia Roberts styled her brunette hair in a decent low bun with side-swept bangs during the “August: Osage County” LA Premiere at Regal 14 Theaters on Dec 16, 2013.
Messy Beehive Bun
Sandra Bullock was at the Hollywood Film Festival Gala in Beverly Hilton Hotel back on October 24, 2005. She had her thick brunette highlighted hair styled up into a large bun hairstyle supported by a hairband.
Slick Large Low Bun
Last May 16, 2014, Blake Lively swept up her long hair into this elegant low bun hairstyle that complemented her black and white gown at the gala premiere of “Captives” at the 67th Festival de Cannes.
Messy Top-Knot Bun
Gigi Hadid attended the US Open Tennis Championship round 2 at Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York on August 28, 2019. She came in a casual denim jacket and top-knot bun hairstyle.
Slick High Bun
The beautiful bone structure of Gigi Hadid was emphasized with her slick high bun when she walked the runway during the Balmain show on October 1, 2015, in Paris, France.
Vintage Low Bun
Tyra Banks attended the 10th Annual Entertainment Tonight Emmy Party Sponsored by People in Mondrian on August 27, 2006, in West Hollywood, CA. She had a vintage look to her side-swept low bun hairstyle and pearly white dress.
Slick Low Bun
On February 10, 2007, Tyra Banks was quite classy with her slick low bun hairstyle and black dress at the 2007 Clive Davis Pre-Grammy Awards Party in Beverly Hilton Hotel, Beverly Hills.
Purple Bun with Long Side Bangs
Kelly Osbourne shows off a purple bun hairstyle with long bangs swept to the right side. This was taken on October 12, 2015, during the Cosmopolitan Magazine’s 50th Anniversary Party.
Twisted Top Knot
Kelly Osbourne seen wearing an elegant red dress along with her always staggering hairstyle. The photo was taken at the 4th Annual amfAR Inspiration Gala in Los Angeles, California on December 12, 2013.
Alexandra Daddario arrives at the ‘Nomis’ World Premiere – LA Film Festival on September 28, 2018, in Hollywood, CA.
Emilia Clarke attends HBO Game of Thrones’ final season premiere at Radio City Music Hall on April 3, 2019.
Back profile of Emilia Clarke at the 2016 Primetime Emmy Awards.
Taylor Swift wore a stunning blue dress paired with a curly side bun during the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards – Arrivals at Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA on January 31, 2010.
Taylor Swift slicked back her hair into a neat bun during the 54th Annual Grammy Awards at the Staples Centre, Los Angeles held on February 12, 2012.
Miley Cyrus swept her long hair into a lovely and messy low bun hairstyle with highlights and tendrils at the 44th annual Academy Of Country Music Awards held at the MGM Grand on April 5, 2009, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Popstar Miley Cyrus was seen at LAX on June 14, 2010, in Los Angeles, California. She was seen in her plaid shirt, simple make-up and a messy highlighted bun with tendrils.
Katy Perry gathered her blonde locks in a stylish top knot with short curly tendrils during the 2019 Baby2Baby Gala Presented by Paul Mitchell on November 09, 2019.
Katy Perry pulled off a sleek yet classy look with her purple bun during the Katy Perry: Part Of Me premiere at Leicester Square, London, UK last July 3, 2012.
On October 4, 2018, Lady Gaga was seen walking the streets of New York wearing a gorgeous black and blue velvet dress that goes perfectly well with her lovely white-blond top knot hairstyle with tendrils and curtain bangs.
Lady Gaga attended the SAG-AFTRA Foundation’s 3rd Annual Patron Of The Artists Awards held at the Wallis Annenberg Center in Beverly Hills on November 8, 2018. She looked lovely in the blush-colored cocktail dress that she paired with a highlighted high bun hairstyle.
Lady Gaga was quite stunning in her sexy sheer dress and her slick top knot hairstyle that has small braids at the 32nd American Cinematheque Award Presentation Honoring Bradley Cooper held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills on November 29, 2018.
On January 06, 2019, Lady Gaga attended the 2019 Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. She was a picture of sophistication in her classy blue gown that matches well with her top knot hairstyle on her platinum blond hair with blue highlights.
Selena Gomez went with a classy vintage look with her elegant black dress, red lips and a messy low bun hairstyle with tendrils at the Hollywood Life’s 6th Annual Hollywood Style Awards at the Armand Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, California on October 11, 2009.
Selena Gomez attended the photocall for “The Dead Don’t Die” during the 72nd annual Cannes Film Festival on May 15, 2019, in Cannes, France. She wore a lovely navy blue outfit to match her neat and slick low bun hairstyle.
Selena Gomez attended the Premiere of Universal Pictures’ “Dolittle” at Regency Village Theatre on January 11, 2020, in Westwood, California. She was quite lovely with her neat and slick low bun with highlights.
Emma Stone’s highlighted red hair was styled into this elegant upstyle with side-swept bangs to match her lovely red dress at the 84th Annual Academy Awards at the Hollywood & Highland Theatre, Hollywood on February 26, 2012, in Los Angeles, CA.
Emma Stone attended ‘The Croods’ Premiere during the 63rd Berlinale Film Festival at Berlinale Palast on February 15, 2013 in Berlin, Germany. She came in a vintage black dress that went quite well with her blond, and slick top knot bun hairstyle.
On January 8, 2017, Emma Stone showcased her poise and charm with a gorgeous long dress and a loose half-up hairstyle at the 74th Golden Globe Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel, Los Angeles.
Actress Emma Watson attended the ‘Struck By Lightning’ Premiere during the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival at the Borough of Manhattan Community College on April 21, 2012, in New York City. She wowed everyone with her lovely and elegant upstyle bun hairstyle and make-up.
Emma Watson attended the UK premiere of ‘Noah’ at Odeon Leicester Square on March 31, 2014, in London, England. She was quite stunning in her white dress and messy high bun hairstyle that emphasizes her gorgeous neckline.
Kim Kardashian overflowed with posh and class in a green velvet gown along with a braided top knot at the White House Correspondents Dinner held last April 28, 2012.
Kim Kardashian gathered her thick black hair into a braided bun during the opening of Beauty & Essex at the new downtown restaurant from Rich Wolf, Peter Kane, and Chris Santos on December 10, 2010.
Scarlett Johansson wore a stylish black and gold dress with her fashionable slicked-back low bun hairstyle and smoky eyes at the 11th Annual Governors Awards at the Dolby Theater on October 27, 2019, in Los Angeles, CA.
Halle Berry was quite elegant in her strapless red dress and bun hairstyle with highlights and bangs at the 49th NAACP Image Awards – Arrivals at Pasadena Civic Center on January 15, 2018, in Pasadena, CA.
Halle Berry flaunted her legs with a short floral casual dress that she paired with her high bun hairstyle incorporated with highlighted wispy bangs at the 2018 Imagine Cocktail Party To Benefit Jenesse Center at the Wilshire Country Club on June 27, 2018, in Los Angeles.
A slightly bronzed Natalie Portman wore a strapless dress and a messy low bun hairstyle with side-swept bangs at the American Cinematheque Gala at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on October 13, 2007, in Los Angeles, CA.
Halle Berry paired her stylish dark green smart casual outfit with a neat and slick top knot bun hairstyle with loose bangs at the GLAAD Media Awards Los Angeles at Beverly Hilton Hotel on April 12, 2018, in Beverly Hills, CA.
Halle Berry emphasized her sexy neckline with a black dress that she paired with her top knot high bun hairstyle when she arrived at “The Final Pitch” from Chivas’ The Venture on July 13, 2017, in Los Angeles, CA.
Natalie Portman was at the 81st Academy Awards at the Kodak Theatre, Hollywood on February 22, 2009, in Los Angeles, CA. She was quite elegant in her purple bejeweled dress that emphasized her neckline with her hair that was swept up into an upstyle.
Jennifer Lawrence’s lovely smokey eyes and sexy black dress was complemented by her simple yet elegant high bun hairstyle with highlights at the 2013 Film Independent Spirit Awards on the beach in Santa Monica. February 23, 2013, Santa Monica, CA.
On May 04, 2015, Jennifer Lawrence attended ‘China: Through The Looking Glass’ Costume Institute Gala held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, New York. She wore a simple floral long dress that complemented her messy top knot bun hairstyle with highlights.
Natalie Portman wore a Lanvin dress with her elegant and highlighted low bun hairstyle with a slick finish at the Toronto International Film Festival in Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto, ON on September 16, 2009.
Beyonce in a gorgeous yellow gown paired with her highlighted side part bun at the 2008 Sony/BMG Grammy After Party held at the Beverly Hills Hotel on February 10, 2008.
Angelina Jolie was at the Los Angeles premiere of ‘The Curious Case of Benjamin Button’ held at the Mann Village Theater in Westwood, USA on December 8, 2008. She was quite charming in her black dress and slick bun hairstyle to emphasize her earrings.
Natalie Portman was seen on location for BLACK SWAN Film Shoot in Manhattan, Lincoln Center, New York, NY on December 7, 2009. She was seen wearing a beautiful long coat that she paired with a neat bun hairstyle with a slick finish.
Angelina Jolie wore a simple yet elegant blue dress to match her messy and loose half-up hairstyle with a slight low bun look at the 15th Annual Screen Actors Guild SAG Awards in the Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA on January 25, 2009.
Angelina Jolie was at the World premiere of Disney’s ‘Maleficent: Mistress Of Evil’ held at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood, USA on September 30, 2019. She wore a sexy black dress to match her slick bun hairstyle and smokey eyes.
Actress Natalie Portman paired her elegant red dress with a messy and tousled low bun hairstyle when she attended the ‘Black Swan’ premiere during the 67th Venice Film Festival on September 1, 2010, in Venice, Italy.
Kristen Bell styled her blonde locks in a messy bun with a side tendril during the “Bad Moms” Los Angeles Premiere at the Village Theater on July 26, 2016
Kristen Bell shows off the side profile of her classic bun with tendrils during the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscar Party at the Sunset Boulevard on March 2, 2014.
Natalie Portman arrived at the Palm Springs International Film Festival 2011 Awards Gala at Palm Springs Convention Center on January 8, 2011, in Palm Springs, CA. She paired her lovely sheer blouse with a slick and highlighted low bun hairstyle.
Kristen Bell with her blonde locks arranged into a glamorous braided updo during the American premiere of her new movie “Couples Retreat” held on October 5, 2009.
Kate Hudson’s messy top knot blond bun hairstyle paired quite well with her stunning red dress when she attended The Glamour Women of the Year Awards at Berkeley Square Gardens on Jun 2, 2015, in London.
Kristen Bell wore her slicked bun with a headband last October 10, 2007, during the Grand Opening of Monique Lhuillier’s New Boutique. She finished the look with hoop earrings and a white ruffle dress.
On September 12, 2012, Kate Hudson was at the season four premiere of “Glee” at Paramount Studios, Hollywood. She was lovely in her white and black smart casual outfit that she paired with a highlighted high bun hairstyle.
Natalie Dormer gathered her long blonde locks in a slicked high bun at the 2018 IWC Schaffhausen Gala Dinner in Honour of the BFI at the Electric Light Station, London last October 9, 2018.
Natalie Dormer looked gorgeous in a silver printed dress along with a glam messy updo that she flaunted during the “The Hunger Games -Mockingjay Part 2” LA Premiere at the Microsoft Theater on November 16, 2015.
Kate Hudson attended the White House Correspondents Dinner on April 28, 2012, in Washington, D.C. She was quite elegant in her sequined dress and neat top knot bun hairstyle with a slight beehive finish.
Vanessa Anne Hudgens wore a black Elizabeth and James dress and Givenchy shoes with her messy bun hairstyle that has loose curly tendrils at the 6th Annual TEEN VOGUE Young Hollywood Party in Los Angeles on September 18, 2008.
Margot Robbie rocked a stylish twisted top knot during the 23rd Annual Critics’ Choice Awards held at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, USA on January 11, 2018.
Demi Lovato wore a cool black leather jacket over her red dress to pair with her neat top knot bun hairstyle with some loose tendrils at the X-Factor Season Two Finalist Party at the SLS Hotel at Beverly Hills on November 5, 2012, in Los Angeles, CA.
On May 04, 2015, Kate Hudson attended the ‘China: Through The Looking Glass’ Costume Institute Gala held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, New York. She wore a gold sequined sheer dress with her messy top knot bun hairstyle with loose tendrils.
Vanessa Hudgens paired her lovely purple silk dress with a slick high bun hairstyle and simple make-up at the Nylon Magazine Young Hollywood Party 2010 at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles, California on May 12, 2010.
Jessica Alba was at the 2013 Weinstein Company Golden Globes After Party on January 13, 2013, in Beverly Hills, CA. She wore a patterned white and black dress that went quite well with her messy low bun hairstyle incorporated with long side-swept bangs.
Reese Witherspoon was at the LACMA Art + Film Gala at LA County Museum of Art on November 5, 2011, in Los Angeles, CA. Her Stunning black dress paired quite well with her neat and slick top knot bun hairstyle.
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