Top 7 messy bun with face framing ideas and inspiration

Classic Messy Bun For Long Hair

Blogger Lauren Davis calls this her favorite way to make a messy bun. It's my go-to, she says. Longer hair makes this bun your BFF, but short hair doesn't.

Messy Bun With Face-Framing Pieces

Leave your natural texture and don't use heat tools to shape face-framing bits you leave out of your messy bun for a less overdone look.

Smooth On Top

Stylist Nikki Lee demonstrates that an untidy hairdo does not equate to an untidy whole body. The rear of this style has a little untidy bun flare

One-Minute Braided Chignon

This easy-to-assemble messy bun was designed by blogger Lauren Davis. A headband is a sweet way to spice things up a little.

Braided Messy Bun With Scarf

As Lauren Davis does above, you can add some flair to your hairstyle by braiding a scarf into it and then finishing it off with a messy bun in the last part of your hairdo.

Low And Loose Messy Bun

Stylist Veronica Nunez shows how a simple untidy bun can be stunning. The style is softened by leaving tendrils out in front and elevated by wrapping hair

Rosie The Riveter

A tied bandana gives a cute but laid back element to this look that can go from working in the garden to a day out.