Hipster hairstyle men 2018

A donut bun hipster hairstyle men 2018 with the base of it is a half-finished donut bun; the loose hair that comes out of it (around the base of the bun) is being plaited into a half or full Dutch braid; the end of the braid is being wrapped around the bun and finally tucked under and hidden

A bun is a type of wherein the is pulled back from the face, twisted or, and wrapped in a circular coil around itself, typically on top or back of the head or just above the neck. A bun can be secured with a,,, one or more, a, or a pen or pencil. Hair may also be wrapped around a piece called a "rat". Alternatively, hair bun inserts, or sometimes rolled up socks, may also be used to create donut-shaped buns. Buns may be tightly gathered, or loose and more informal.


Double bun[]

On the left is the "odango" hairstyle, and on the right is the "odango with pigtails" hairstyle.

Double or buns are often called odango (お団子, odango), which is also a type of (usually called ; the o- is honorific).

The term was popularized by the and series,[] whose eponymous and other characters wear their hair in this style. The term odango in Japanese can refer to any variety of bun hairstyle.

In, the hairstyle is called niújiǎotóu (牛角头). It was a commonly used hairstyle up until the early 20th century, and can still be seen today when traditional attire is used. This hairstyle differs from the odango slightly in that it is gender neutral; Chinese of children have frequently depicted girls as having matching ox horns, while boys have a single bun in the back.

Triple bun[]

had debut a "triple bun" hairstyle.[6]

Man bun[]

Man buns were worn in China as early as 200BC as depicted on the. They were worn until the end of the Ming Dynasty in AD 1644, after which the Qing Dynasty government enforced Han Chinese to adopt the (queue order).

Sumo wrestler with topknot

The term "man bun" is a term used to describe long-haired men who do not wish to sport the traditional trend of short back and sides wearing their hair in a. Men of the Joseon Era of Korea wore the as a symbol of marriage. 16th century Japanese men wore the for warriors and. In the west, topknots were frequently worn by "barbarian" peoples in the eyes of the Romans, such as the,, and most importantly, the. Later, the hairstyle survived in the pagan north (some believe the topknot hairstyle contains elements of Odinic cult worship)[citation needed] and with the eastern nomadic tribes such as the, and. Paul the deacon, in his description of the traditional barbarian style of the Lombard nation, describes their hair thus so, "they uncovered the flesh of their heads by shaving all around the neck, sides, and back of the head until the nuchal zone. The hair on the top, left long, was parted in the middle and hung down to the corners of their mouths." (HL IV.22). This perfectly describes the modern western top knot as it appears untied.

Historical and iconic examples of men with long hair using this style as practicality include:

A typical modern style man bun. A typical modern style man bun.

Modern style[]

In London the modern man bun style may have began around 2010 although sported one earlier. The first examples started to appear in 2013 and searches showed a steep increase through 2015. Some of the first celebrities to wear the style were,,, and. The hairstyle is also associated with Brooklyn.

See also[]

  • , the traditional Chinese coming of age ceremony, after which men ceased to trim their hair and wore it as a bun or topknot
  • , the topknot of the Edo-period Japanese samurai


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  4. Lowery, Allison (2013). "Appendix 1, Glossary of Hairstyling Terms".. Taylor & Francis. p. 259.  .
  5. . 爱美女性网. Retrieved 19 October 2016.
  6. Kim, Monica (16 December 2015)... Rey’s triple bun is the latest evolution in Star Wars hair history—after Leia’s twin buns and Padmé’s black Kabuki wig—and it puts a surprisingly modern spin on interstellar style. And so we wondered: Like the Katniss Everdeen braid and the Mad Max buzz cut before it, could the Star Wars triple bun become the next cinematic hairstyle with crossover appeal to hit the streets?
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  9. Mokoena, Tshepo; Carpentier, Megan (21 December 2014).. Retrieved 5 July 2017 – via The Guardian.
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  12. Edwards, Phil (2015-09-22)... Vox Media, Inc. Retrieved 2017-07-12.

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