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"When she's done performing, she just washes her hair and puts it up in a messy bun.
A messy bun is a winter weather go-to.
Since last fall, a lot of his downtown clients have been asking for "messy buns" rather than uptight do's for black tie.
Tall and cheerful with raven-black hair pulled back in a messy bun, she is perhaps the most gifted dancer in the group.
Messy bangs are the new messy bun.
She was a slim woman with gray hair swept up into a messy bun, and she was walking in the opposite direction.
O'Neal, 44, appeared without makeup, her hair tied into a messy bun, wearing a black tank top and black pants.
A soft, messy bun qualifies.
Grab handfuls of hair from your ponytail and pile them on top of the elastic to create a messy bun.
Rebecca Gonsalves: What's nicer than a messy bun and a natural make-up look on a hot summer's day?
I also love the messy bun girlI cant think of her name right now (Nicole but love her ideas thus far nonetheless.
Witherspoon was spotted in Nashville over the weekend with the new 'do pulled back in a messy bun and sported her signature wispy bangs.
If you have to wear your hair pulled back--say, at the office or the gym--opt for a chic messy bun or a less stressful low ponytail.
I looked at Bliss, her black hair a flat, messy bun on her head, strands hanging down by her ears, which were riveted with studs, rings and small stretching plugs.
Only adding to the drama, the make-up direction defined a smoldering eye, finished with just a hint of gold powder, while hair was pulled up in a messy bun on the nape, with shorter, straightened locks framing the face.
Guido Palau, the global creative director for Redken, gave models messy buns and deep side parts for the spring 2016 Dior couture runway, brushing hair to the side and securing it with a simple bobby pin.
But on this drizzly Wednesday morning, clad in sweats, a loose wool cardigan, red clogs and not a scrap of makeup, Brand, her hair pinned into a messy bun, relaxes at a local hipster cafe over an 8 a.m. coffee.
She wears a black sweatshirt and light blue, torn hemmed jeans with her hair in a messy bun that was never really messy on her. White canvas shoes stick out over the edge of the sea cliff, just hidden in the blowing grasses.
In skinny jeans, crew neck sweater (she wore a navy blue knit for her first appearance and a light brown braided piece for the others), black booties, minimal makeup, and messy bun, she shirked expectations and instead wore a relatable, normal outfit.