Beach Bun Twist Hairstyle Tutorial

Beach Bun Twist Hairstyle Tutorial

Sometimes the beach gives you better hair, and other time you just want to pin it all back. For those days, I love the beach bun twist hairstyle tutorial.

This is a simple bun hairstyle, but it takes it up a step with a cute twist detail.

It’s really easy to do and almost anyone can do it no matter what type of hair you have. It takes less than two minutes to do and I even shot a video on location at the beach {without a mirror!} to show you how to do it.

Beach Bun Twist Hairstyle Tutorial

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Styling tips

Adjust the twist to suit your face

The low bun at the back is the foundation of this style and the twist around it can really be adjusted to suit you and your hair.

Maybe you prefer a centre part or a side part, or you like a little bit more volume on top of your head. This is where you can adjust it to really make it suit you and your hair.

Thick hair variations

If you have really thick hair, I’d recommend putting your hair into a low ponytail first before doing the bun. It helps hold a little bit of the weight of your wet hair.

Also instead of bobby pins try spin pins. These pins really do the work of around 20 bobby pins each.

Fine hair variations

If you have fine hair, you may hate doing a bun hairstyle because it looks like you don’t have any hair at all. But the trick is not to twist too tight. Instead of creating a tight bun, I’d like to create more of a flat pancake style bun. By doing a loose twist and pressing it up and down as I twist around, you create the illusion a larger bun and it gives the impression of having more hair.

Otherwise you can also try this style using a small donut bun or some hair padding to create a bit more impact.

But I wouldn’t worry about having a small bun. Big buns are popular now but I like them all sizes. Rock the hair you’ve got and get back to having to having more fun on the beach.

Bonus styling tip

Keep a bottle of leave-in conditioner in your beach bag. While the sea salt can give me great curls, it can also dry out my hair. I always use a leave-in conditioner on wet hair to add a little bit of moisture back into my hair. The conditioner also helps make my hair easier to style and softer once it dries.

I hope you like this tutorial and let me know if you give it a try! You can tag me #hairromance on Instagram so I can see your styles.

Let me know what tutorial you’d like to see next xx

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