Hair Trends 2011- The Low Bun

It’s Spring Time 2011 and the Hair Style Trends are out and about!
Hair trends can be applied to wigs as well! Knowing the popular trends can help inform what style wig you purchase. If you’re just interested in changing up your look without altering your hair, a wig can give you the ability to try out a short hair style if you have long hair or a long hair style if you have short hair. The versatility of fashion is endless with a wig!

For longer hair – the low bun is in. This “bun” can also look like a variety of simple knots. Starting with a middle part, pull the hair back making sure to cover the ears. Don’t pull back too tightly, this look is casual, with a touch of bohemian spirit. The bun or knot should rest just on the nape of the neck. This look can be a casual, but crisp low pony tail, as well as, a soft, loose bun with wisps of hair sneaking out.

Also the Double knot is another great option for longer hair. Using two sections of hair, tie two knots at the nape of your neck.


Wigs are a great way to try out a look for a while if you aren’t willing to commit to cutting your hair. If you are looking to purchase a wig for medical reasons, being aware of the fashion trends with hair styles can help inform what style wig you decide to purchase. Looking retro can be fashionable, but looking dated is unfashionable!!

If you love this low bun look- these are some wigs that could work that style!:

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