#Balletcore is back in the 2000s, showcased in style. The rest of her hair is pulled tightly back into a bun that sits at the center of the back of her head.
If you want to add a touch of glam to a bun, adding glitter studs is the answer. Pearls are a natural choice given the balletcore theme, but you can opt for sparkling crystals or even a glittery barrette.
Speaking of accessorized bun hairstyles, a hair scarf is the perfect way to add a little personality to an otherwise simple nape bun. To create the look, pull your hair back into a sleek bun, then tie your favorite scarf around the base.
A bun that sits squarely on top of your head is quintessentially ballet. We take extra care in styling the sides, and add a simple headband for a super sleek finish, we love it.
One of the biggest practical advantages of the bun hairstyle is that it keeps the hair off your face. This makes it a no-brainer choice for any type of workout.
The ponytail is swept around. This chignon is a classic bridal style that looks timeless. To keep it sleek, use a bristle boar brush and a touch of hair serum when pulling hair into a low ponytail.
If a structured bun isn't what you're after, but you still want the #balletcore vibe, pull hair back loosely, then create a loose bun down the middle of the back of your head. Secure with hair clips and bobby pins if necessary.