Tired of the old typical simple knots ? But can even let your down, because of the scorching heat !!. I have a solution for this problem, you can get a hairstyle and yet keep the hair off your neck. In today’s beauty article we will be discussing 6 prettiest replacements for the tired top knot summer hairstyles.
6 PRETTIEST REPLACEMENTS FOR THE TIRED TOP KNOT
Following are the 6 prettiest replacements for the tired top knot.
THE LOW KNOT
The first in our list of 6 prettiest replacements for the tired top knot we have the low knot. It is one of the easiest and very graceful hairstyle. Low buns are most certainly in right now, but while most styles are the sophisticated cousin to the top knot, this messy version is closer to the casual top knot — and it takes about the same amount of time to create.
THE INFINITY FRENCH BRAID
At number 3 in our list of 6 prettiest replacements for the tired top knot is the infinity french braid.Instead of doing the traditional milkmaid style braid, simply keep braiding all the way around your head until all your hair is woven into the plait. Tuck or pin the ends behind the outer rim braid (wherever you finish) and voila, a fancy updo that really only consists of one braid.
Of course we had to include the ponytail in this top knot replacement roundup. It is the golden standard when it comes to easy updos, the only one-step style that can be worn at the gym or to a black tie wedding. To make it appropriate for the fancier side of that scale, keep strands silky smooth and add volume in the front with a just a touch of teasing and a light mist of hairspray.
I don’t know about you, but I’ll fully admit I hung onto the top knot trend for so long because it was the quickest, chicest up-do out there. But there’s another not-so-secret way to get a polished style without actually trying (like, at all): Wear a headband. The trick is that it has to be a really fancy headband (think metallic or rhinestones). Then simply create a textured twist in the back and it will seem like a purposefully messy style.
OK, so this is kind of cheating, but we’re still going to count it as a 2013 hairstyle trend. If you’re still not ready to give up the top knot style, try this: Instead of creating a knot at the top, do a neat loop. Be sure to wrap a small section of hair around the base to give the look a polished effect.
THE BRAIDED BUN
Then comes the braided bun. This is for people having long hair, girls who want their long hair to be tied yet look pretty. If you girls want every last strand off your neck then you should go for braided bun. Loosely braid, wrap, tug loose for more texture, and pin. And note how messy that front looks.