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The New Bun for Fall: The Cinnabun!

By Christine Mikesell |

I’m a big fan of a big messy bun. Usually the more undone the better, and a big bun on the top of your head is a great alternative to yet another ponytail.

For a while, the sock bun has been the reigning messy bun of Pinterest. If you have long hair, chances are you have a few cut up socks at home. Whether you roll your hair initially onto the sock or wrap it around later, the sock bun is a quick and easy way to pull back your hair quickly and look put together. But the sock bun feels so … summer. Here’s a great new bun for fall!

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The New Bun for Fall: The Cinnabun!

The Cinnabun is Perfect for Fall

Now that the sock bun has become so ubiquitous, has it become overdone? Everyone knows that you have a sock in your hair. It's time to step up your messy bun routine! This "Cinnabun" looks much more complicated than it actually is.

 

The Cinnabun gets its name from the shape and is more of a hair wrap than a traditional bun. Anyone with shoulder length hair or longer will be able to pull off this style. You can change it up by adding in a fun headband, and it is easy to dress up or down!

Read more from Christine on Babble and her blog, 15 Minute Beauty. You can also follow her on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

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Christine Mikesell

Christine Mikesell is a beauty product junkie who always reads the beauty section first in her magazines, and has to buy every new lip gloss. Since 2007 she's been blogging at 15 Minute Beauty, where she reviews products, and shares beauty tips. Read bio and latest posts → Read Christine's latest posts →

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