HOW TO DO THE BEACH BUN:
FULL ARTICLE IN BAZAAR MAGAZINE, LINK BELOW.
As any curly haired girl will know, 'pineappling' has long been the go-to 'do for something that's both practical and pretty. But now the piled-up style has become summer's hottest hair trend, and all of us with long locks can get in on it. For those who aren't blessed with natural texture, it doubles up as prep for your evening look, granting your hair instant beachy waves. Luke Hersheson, John Frieda UK creative director, explains how to do the summer style staple.
"The trick is to deconstruct the bun, leaving flyaways and small lengths of hair loose and untouched," he says. "When you let your hair down in the evening, those loose strands will add texture and guts, creating an overall depth to the look, and taking it from soft tousles to beachy waves."
1. Work one pump of John Frieda Frizz Ease Original 6 Effects Serum, £6.99 through the lengths of hair to ensure your hair stays frizz-free even in tropical climates.
2. For added texture and enhanced waves, spritz some sea salt spray (Bazaar loves Label.M Sea Salt Spray, £12.70) through the lengths and scrunch to coax out your curls.
3. Gather your hair up at the top of your head towards your hairline and twist into a loose bun, securing it with a soft hair tie or an Invisibobble (£3.75 for three) to avoid harsh kinks.
4. Leave your hair up through the day, letting the sunshine set in gentle waves and beachy texture.