The urge to just grab a handful of hair and twist it into what hopefully resembles a bun gets more real whenever summer rolls around. As the temperature rises, our desire to join #TeamShortHair also escalates. On the other hand, many long-haired folks just opt to go for the more temporary route of donning updos.
Apart from it being a fuss-free way to keep your locks from sticking to your skin on a hot summer day, it also lets you keep the length if you're not ready to let go of it just yet. Not to mention, there are a variety of ways to get creative with an updo! If you're looking for pegs, it's always a safe bet to look to the stars for some inspo.
Here are 9 few celeb-inspired updos to try for summer:
1. Low ponytail with face-framing tendrils
Nothing quite like a messy updo like Barbie Imperial's to bring out laid-back vibes. Add face-framing tendrils for more dimension.
2. Messy space buns
Feeling a little playful? Recreate Heaven Peralejo's messy space buns with wispy micro bangs for when you're feeling a little extra.
3. High ponytail
Alexa Ilacad's high ponytail is always a fresh choice. It's also versatile enough to work for those with medium to long hair.
4. Middle-part high ponytail
Speaking of high ponytails, you can also opt to part your hair in the middle like Kyline Alcantara for a sleek and structured look.
5. Top bun
What's a list of updo hairstyles without the classic top bun? Liza Soberano's timeless knot bun is a breezy but classy style to try for updo enthusiasts.
6. Sleek side-part ponytail
You can always rely on Nadine to serve, especially when it comes to hairstyles. A low side-part ponytail like hers is a sleek 'do with a side of retro.
7. Half-up ponytail
If you don't want to commit to a full-on updo, Sue Ramirez's half-up ponytail might be just be the chicest option to keep enough volume away from your face and neck area.
8. Messy side braid
Feeling sweet and dainty? Try sporting a cute side braid like Claudia Barretto!
Whoever said pigtails are only for kids is missing out on a fun, fuss-free, and celeb-favorite updo. Like Loisa Andalio, leave out thin strips of hair for a face-framing effect and you're good to go.
*This story originally appeared on Candymag.com. Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.
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