Of course, one of the benefits of hair bundles for long hair like this one is that you can usually get a couple of day’s wear out of it, and maybe even a couple of different looks if you play your cards right. On day one, keep things nice and sleek and neat. On day two, pull things out slightly to give you a more relaxed and boho feel. On day three, let things loose and enjoy the crinkled waves that the braids give you. A quick spurt of dry shampoo will help any greasy-root problems.
Take things bigger using a hair bundles hairpiece and you might end up with a day-at-the-races ready hairstyle like this one. The more hair you have, and the more you backcomb it, the higher you can go. But … how high is too high exactly?
This updo for long hair is perfect for the blushing bride, hair bundles if she wants to show off a beautiful backpiece on the dress, and the length of her hair, all at the same time. Well, kinda. It’s like the perfect compromise anyway. Add it to your Pinterest wedding board immediately. We’re going to.
For when you want up hair, but down hair bundles, all at the same time, we bring you this wonderful chocolate brown creation. Add some ringlets curls to your hair, tousle them around with your fingers, and then use a couple of grips to keep them slightly pinned back. Elegantly simple — lovely, right?