african american hair bun hairstyle

african american hair bun hairstyleReviewed by michael ellison.This Is Article Aboutafrican american hair bun hairstyleAfrican American Hair Bun Hairstyle African American Hair Bun Hairstyle African American Hair Bun Hairstyle The high bun hairstyle is a simple style that can be a formal or casual updo for black women. With the versatility of our hair texture, you can achieve various looks with this simple hairstyle. It doesn’t matter what length […]
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African American Hair Bun Hairstyle


African American Hair Bun Hairstyle




African American Hair Bun Hairstyle

The high bun hairstyle is a simple style that can be a formal or casual updo for black women. With the versatility of our hair texture, you can achieve various looks with this simple hairstyle. It doesn’t matter what length of hair or texture, short to long tresses can create beautiful high bun updos with ease. The following high bun hairstyle tutorials demonstrates how to create beautiful bun updos. These variations of the simple bun are created with relaxed and natural hair. Also, the DIY YouTubers show you how to add Marley, Kanekalon, and Yaki hair extensions to add fullness and designs. If you can slick down your hair with some gel into a ponytail, then you can achieve this updo look effortlessly. The High Bun Hairstyle Step by Step Video Tutorials #1 Textured Bun Updo with Marley Hair Toni from the “My Natural Sistas” vlog gives us an example of how to create an elegant high bun hairstyle on medium length natural hair using 100% flame retardant Kanekalon Marley braiding hair. Although you can achieve this style on any textured hair, the kinky look of Marley hair blends well with the curly coils of natural hair. #2 Silky Yaki Hair Twist and Roll Bun YouTuber SolangeNolesWorld teacher us how to protect your hair with this simple yet regal updo using long Rast-Afri 100% Kanekalon Silky Yaki braiding hair. This style gives a stunning twist to the high bun with a sleek look. #3 The Simple High Bun with Kanekalon Braiding Hair In this video tutorial andria childress uses the budget friendly Kanekalon Braiding hair to style her casual updo. You can find this basic synthetic hair in your local beauty supply store for no more than $1.99 a pack. #4 Casual High Bun for Relaxed Hair If you have chemically relaxed hair and want a full bun that blends with your hair texture, SimplyALLURING demonstrates how she achieves this by adding a piece of human hair weave. The items she used: Comb hair moisturizer Hair tie Piece of weave/hair extension bobby pins donut former edge control (optional) #5 Quick 3 Ways to Do a Bun On Medium to Long Natural Hair NaturallyGG gives us a variety of ways to create the bun updo with your medium to long, curly or kinky natural hair. She quickly styles her hair in 3 different looks without adding any extra hair. #6 Front Bun with Pressed Natural Hair Vlogger Donedo uses a sock bun to achieve a large full front bun on her pressed natural hair. This option will work with any texture hair that is long enough to cover the sock.
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African American Hair Bun Hairstyle

A man bun is a type of long hairstyle that involves the tying of one’s hair into a single bun to be placed upon the crown area of the head (aka the “vertex”). Other names for the man bun include “bro bun”, “hipster bun”, “mun” or “dude bun”. Likewise, the “man bun” word can be spelled as manbun or man-bun.
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African American Hair Bun Hairstyle

The styling of a man bun is surprisingly easy. All you need to do is to grab all the hair that you want to be tied into a bun and loop it along itself. You first pass an elastic band or scrunchie along the length of the to-be-tied hair and then your pass the band/scrunchie again through the length of the hair but, this time, you stop halfway through the length and choke the hair with the band (i.e. you warp the band once you’re halfway through the length of the hair that you want to be tied in the bun). Any hair that is left dangling is then looped around the bun so as to keep all the hair neatly in place.
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African American Hair Bun Hairstyle

Going back to the hairstyle itself, the man bun is, in fact, a very simply hairstyle, but there’s one specific requirement for it: that you have long hair. Depending on whether you want a full bun or a semi bun (i.e. a top knot hairstyle), you will need a minimum hair length to be able to tie your manbun.
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African American Hair Bun Hairstyle

This website is all about the man bun hairstyle. Browse around, read our popular man bun FAQ tutorial, learn the intricate stuff regarding this manly bun, ask me questions in the commenting sections and take inspiration from the many pictures of man buns in this site. But, above all, grow that hair long and keep rocking that man bun!
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African American Hair Bun Hairstyle

The man bun as a trend was started by hipsters. Previous to their taking of the manbun as their flagship hairstyle, hipsters had used the slicked back undercut and the side swept contour as their main representative hairstyles. Tired of these two medium length hairstyles, hipsters decided to grow their hair long and try a hairstyle (i.e. the man bun) that, until then, was reserved for die-hard long haired guys. A common hipster look is the wearing of the man bun with a beard, with the beard being shaggy and unkempt (i.e. a hipster beard).
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One should be careful, however, to discern between what the man bun trend is and what the use of the bun hairstyle by men is. As it is, men have been using bun hairstyles for centuries and the use of buns was common in the Roman Empire (for those lucky enough to have long hair) as well as among Vikings (for whose soldiers had long hair).
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If you’re wanting to tie just the hair on the top of your head (e.g. as a man bun undercut), you will want at least 6 inches of hair length on the top of your head, although I highly recommend that you have at least 8 inches of hair length. These minimum lengths for the man bun will only allow you to tie a very small bun, which is also called a top knot.
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On the other hand, you can use as many hair products as you want, especially hair styling products. You can use hairstyling waxes to give different textures to your bun or you can use different hairstyling creams to give different levels of shine to your bun; the sky is the limit. Just remember that any other hair product that isn’t an elastic band is to be considered a hairstyling complement to your man bun and not a “must-have”.
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The man bun hairstyle was started (as a trend) in New York (particularly in Brooklyn), a city which could be called the hipster capital of the world. The man bun trend soon spread to US hipster-centric cities like San Francisco, Chicago and Seattle. Just as the man bun trend was spreading across the United States, it too started its virus-like spread across Europe and, soon enough, cities like London, Berlin, Copenhagen and Vienna were full of hipster with man buns.
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For black updos that really stand out, you need a couple of factors: height and excellent braiding. Bun hairstyles are a great way to make a statement, especially when you pair a high bun with braids that no one has seen before. The combination of french braids with dutch-style cornrows is super cool, as well as the bun with coiled twists and braids.
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With regards to which hair products to use for a man bun, all you truly need is an elastic band (aka “hair tie” or “hair band”) or scrunchie (a softer elastic band). If you want to keep the styling of your man bun as minimal as possible, then just use an elastic band.
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Lastly, the man bun has slowly but surely been introduced in the African American community and among the hip hop community. Dudes who live by the so-called “playa” lifestyle and who recreate a tough image have too started to wear manbuns, which is quite interesting as this sub-group would have rejected and even laughed at the man bun trend a couple of years ago.
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Need a simple, elegant style that will be long lasting? Try this unique extra large bun hairstyle—or rather, braids that look like a bun updo. This is totally on-point for a formal event or just an everyday moment when you want to feel special. You can easily dress this down or up.
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If you’re looking for African American updos that can skew formal, you might want to forego braids for something a little more elegant. Try pin curls instead. This look features pretty, prefect curls and twists on glossy, well-conditioned hair for a completely glamorous hairstyle.
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This is a classic go-to. Perfect thin flat twists and a braided bun? Yes, please. To get a really flattering look, ask your braider for a diagonal part and twists that curve back towards the bun instead of running straight back.
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Man buns have also been worn by non-hipsters alike. Outside the hipster-culture circle, the man bun was popularized by the aforementioned male celebrities and thus guys associated with other urban tribes started to wear manbuns from 2014 onwards. I’m talking of heavy metal dudes, hippies, long-haired guys (who have no urban-tribe affiliation) and even metrosexuals. Ergo, the man bun has become more and more popular and has even become a common sight in hipster-friendly cities like New York, San Francisco, London and Copenhagen.

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