By Kristle Jones

These updos are designed specifically for fine hair types. To add more texture, you can work with second day hair or add in a texturizing product before styling.

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Simple bun style

Half Updo

Get a half updo hairstyle by sectioning hair in half, from ear to ear. Twist the hair on the top half until the ends of hair are pointing upward. Then secure this with a barrette or hair pins. Curl the ends or leave them spiky.

Side Chignon

Style hair by brushing all hair into a side ponytail and secure with an elastic band. Split the ponytail hair into two parts. Wrap one part around the base of the ponytail, and do the same with the other section, but wrap it the opposite way, secure ends with bobby pins.


Dress up any ponytail up by wrapping a section of hair around the hair band to conceal it and secure end strands with bobby pins.

Simple Bun

You get this simple bun by starting with a ponytail at the crown of your head. Then twist the hair from the ponytail around the ponytail elastic in a clockwise motion. Pin the ends into place and spray with hairspray.

Romantic Style

To get a romantic style, you need is a medium-sized curling iron, some bobby pins and super-hold finishing spray, according to Curl all of your hair in half-inch sections. Then pull up one-inch sections of hair toward the crown and pin into place and repeat with all the hair. Finger style.