"Bump" - uncomplicated styling for any type of hair. It is often associated with a homemade hairstyle that can be done in a few minutes. However, there are many more options.
Hairdressers know that a "bump" has many combinations: a regular bun, a bun with a fleece, a bump on the side or sides, on the back of the head, and so on. Retro-style is in vogue today in clothes, in makeup, and in hairstyles, so the "bump" is a stylish and up-to-date styling in our time. This hairstyle is very feminine and always out of place. Making it is not difficult at all, even when there is little time left. It suits almost any type of face and any age.
How easy is it to make a "bump" for an evening out? Gently gather the hair at the back of your head and twist the tourniquet around its axis. Pin up your hair with decorative hairpins and your festive styling is ready.
The basis of this hairstyle is an ordinary bun, which is most often twisted with a tourniquet and pulled over with an elastic band or pinned with hairpins.
If you want something unusual, you can make a "bump" not from twisted hair, but from a braid. The scheme is the same, braid at the back of the head and wrap it around its axis. On top, you can wear a hairnet or use interesting hairpins.
If your hair is straight and thin, try curling it in curls from the roots and then creating a "bump". Curls will add volume and splendor. If you release a few curls that frame your face, the image will turn out to be more feminine.
For evening styling, you can make a "bump" with original headbands. To do this, apply volumizing mousse or styling foam to clean, damp hair. Dry your hair, and not pulling it too tightly, collect a high ponytail. For greater splendor, you can comb your hair a little over the forehead. Wrap your hair slightly casually around the elastic, and tuck the ponytail under it. Secure your hairstyle with bobby pins and hairspray. Put on a beautiful headband, or even two. You can also decorate your hair with a bow-shaped hairpin - it looks very feminine. You can pin the bow under or in front of the "bump". To create a retro look, you can wrap a bright scarf around the "bump".
You can decorate the "bump" not only with accessories, but also make original ribbons from your own hair. When pinning the bun, leave two strands free. From them you can braid pigtails, which will then need to be wrapped around the "bump". Depending on the thickness of the braid, your styling will look different. Fold the ends of the braids under the elastic so that they are not visible. Do not forget to secure your creation with a strong hold varnish.
Little girls can be parted and made two "bumps" from the tails. Decorate this hairstyle with rhinestone hairpins, flowers or bows. The little princess will definitely love it!
Now in stores, foam rollers for "bumps" are often sold. They are oval, round and long, which can be folded into a circle. They are very convenient to use if your hair is not long enough. Secure the roller on top with an elastic band and carefully mask it with your hair by wrapping it around the roller and hiding the ends. The larger it is, the more voluminous the "bump" will turn out.