Ballet buns look very chic. They are quick, simple and beautiful. You can make them low on the nape or high on the head. Low looks are sophisticated, high are trendy. If you wanna make the bun, follow our steps. Any kind of an updo is easier to create if your hair is a little dirty (and therefore less slippery). To give cleaner hair a more matte texture, spritz roots with dry shampoo before beginning. Adding strategic volume can help you customize this style to your face shape. For an elongated one, tease inner layers on the side then brush hair over them before pulling it into a bun. For more round, tease the crown first. Brush hair into a ponytail then pull the ends through a doughnut, sliding it up to the base of the pony. This mesh doughnut adds girth and structure to your bun. Fan strands around the mesh on all sides to cover it. To secure, insert two to four pins straight into the now-invisible doughnut. Spritz with a strong-hold hairspray.