Updo is one of the newest hairstyles which are making their presence on most celebrities’ pages. These days, it is becoming a part of every woman’s life to have long and perfect locks and updos look very hot. There are many ways that women can wear their updos. Some of the most popular are discussed below.
The updo hairstyles for black hair are the tight buns with curls, which give an ethnic chic look. For this type, you need to apply hair dye in black color with curl enhancers or a large portion of hair for that matter, blow dry your hair using a hairdryer and scrunch your curls into a bun on top of the hair where you want to braid them. This bun will give you a glossy look. For updo hairstyles for white hair, you can use a smaller amount of hair to achieve a sleek pixie style.
If you have fine hair and are looking for a great bun, the updo hairstyles for thin and fine hair are a good choice. To create this bug, you need to take some section of your hair, about one inch from the scalp to the end of your hair, twist it into a small bun and add a few drops of hair spray elixir on the buns. If you have thin hair, you may choose to leave your hair loose. Braid it into a low bun with a few strands falling on the ground.
The French roll is another great option for your updo hairstyles. You can create this chic look by pinning the hair carefully from your scalp to the part of your hair, across your face. The final step would be to secure the braid by wrapping it around your head, taking some section from your hair and the other side. Now, roll it softly from one side to the other, keeping a slight curl at the crown. This style is best for black hair, and if you have lighter hair, the French roll is a great option.
There are so many different styles that can be achieved by using different types of updos. They are not only fun, but they also allow you to experiment with your hair. Experiment by trying one or two different hairstyles and then decide which one you like best. Creating your own unique up will make your day!
updo hairstyles for long hair are usually more difficult than those for short hair. Since long hair is heavier than short hair, it tends to pull or curl when the updo style is not secured properly. This can lead to frizzy, unruly hair. To avoid this, choose a braided up or a high ponytail.