Special occasions ask for a special outfit but no outfit is complete without a simple but elegant or sophisticated coiffure. Elegance should strike the others from the very beginning. There are several events in our life when it is not enough to comb our hair and leave. A special coiffure will influence our state of mind. A special look will make us feel unique.
Usually, for important events in our life, stylists recommend to keep our hair caught. If you catch the hair upwards, you may keep it in a bun. More recently, fashion magazines have the most sophisticated coiffures on display. Certain buns look really lacy. Everything seems so complicated and needs to be done painstakingly.
One example may be the chignon bun. On the one hand, the hair is caught on the one side, in a bun and it looks appropriate for any essential event in our life. It is even easy to create it. It is recommended to start with a ponytail and then part the hair in two and twist each side. It sounds really easy but the effect is guaranteed. If you use a fixative spray, and some hairpins, the bun will resist the entire day and you may become the queen of the ball.
Another type of bun is the French one. You need a certain length for your hair, meaning at least medium. The secret is that you have to smooth down your capillary beauty because some rebellious hairs might destroy the entire aspect. This time you need all your hair at your nape, as in a normal, classical ponytail which will be entwisted like a phone wire and set on the top of the head. The final touch will be given by a series of hairpins. Buy the most sophisticated hairpins you find and you will look gorgeous.
Extravagant, over-dimensional buns are also suitable for unforgettable events like weddings or even charity balls. For the ladies who prefer simplicity, a normal bun with some lace working, flowers or feathers will create a retro look. If this is not among your favorites, you may have your hair caught on one side, having some curly strands. Such a coiffure will stand out through its simplicity. In fact, there is a thin difference between fantasy and reality when coiffures are involved.
Source de Jack Wogan