High, low, banana-shape, fake disheveled, braided or in its many variants: a chignon bun is still the most versatile hairstyle for medium or long length hair.
Who do chignon hairstyles suit?
Perfect for those who love hair up styles, chignon buns are the best choice to enhance facial features – allowing you to bare your neck and to cool off on hot summer days. Its large number of variants allows you to choose the hairstyle that best suits your face shape and your style taking inspiration from the best celebrity hairstyles.
What are the trends of chignon hairstyles?
The high chignon bun was the hair trend from Spring-Summer 2019 both in the “onion-shape” variant – worn by the actress Shailene Woodley at Big Little Lies preview in New York City – and in the Victoria Beckham-style messy bun variant – inspired by the iconic Meghan Markle hairstyle.
The scruffy knot created by Ken Paves – Beckham’s hairstylist – is an example of a day-to-night soft bun suitable for any occasion, easy to do even without the help of your hairdresser.
Taking a look to the most elegant hairstyles, the supermodel Kendall Jenner stunned all wearing a beaded and fringed Versace gown with feathers and a chignon bun with strands of hair knotted together and twisted on the forehead at the Met Gala 2019.
Even the red carpet of Venice Film Festival 2019 featured many celebrities wearing different variants of this glamorous bun, as Jasmine Sanders high knotted bun.
Elegant and sophisticated – or Alessandra Mastronardi’s classic bun – elegant, disciplined and perfectly matching her Armani dress.
American model and Fashion designer Sofia Richie couldn’t resist either to the charm of the bun hairstyle: her top knot with a rock and jaunty appearence was achieved with disheveled locks and a light backcomb.
Soft or sculpted, messy-chic or rigorous, the chignon bun is still one of the most popular hairstyles for women and a kind of hair-look we can expect other surprises from in the upcoming seasons.