Since it’s Friday, let’s heat things up with a head-turning hairstyle that’s fun and flirty. Inspired by Miss USA’s playful double bun hairstyle, this easy-to-follow beauty tutorial from CHI shows you how to get her look.

This stand-out hairstyle was worn by Miss USA, Kára McCullough, at the NYFW Sun Jung Wan show last month. CHI lead artist Tammy Mixon gave this reigning queen a unique take on a classic bun style. 

Fun & Flirty Beauty Tutorial - How To Get Miss USA's Double Bun Hairstyle

Directions

Create a center part and section the hair into to pigtails.

Leaving out ½ inch or hair in the front of the face, gather one side section of hair high on top of the head. Using the CHI Smoothing Comb, smooth any flyaways or bumps. Secure pigtail with a rubber band.

Twist the pigtail to the ends. Then wrap pigtail around itself until you create a small bun. Secure with bobby pins. Tip, the bun should look imperfect, so let your natural texture come through the bun.

Repeat with the other pigtail.

Fun & Flirty Beauty Tutorial - How To Get Miss USA's Double Bun Hairstyle5. Using the CHI Nano Dryer and CHI Round Brush, blow dry smooth the two pieces of hair left down in the front creating a slight bend under at the ends.

Smooth edges with CHI Pomade to secure baby hairs at the crown.

Finish with CHI Enviro 54 Hairspray.

Fun & Flirty Beauty Tutorial - How To Get Miss USA's Double Bun Hairstyle

This playful double bun hairstyle is great for weekends, date nights, and parties. It takes a decidedly youthful look and gives it a chic, sophisticated spin. Plus, you can adorn the double bun with glamorous crystal-encrusted bobby pins, for a dramatic statement.

Fun & Flirty Beauty Tutorial - How To Get Miss USA's Double Bun Hairstyle

For more inspiring hairstyle tutorials and expert tips, check out the Hair section on Inspirations & Celebrations.


[Images and tutorial c/o CHI. This is not a sponsored post.]

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