Molly-Mae Hague’s Messy Bun Is Giving ’90s Pamela Anderson Vibes
It’s not a rare occurrence to see Molly-Mae Hague inspire us with her look, but her latest Instagram post has us obsessed. The influencer and “Love Island” alum has served a multitude of lust-worthy outfits during her pregnancy with Bambi, and continues to bring her style A-game since becoming a mom and welcoming her little one in January.
But it’s not her PrettyLittleThing threads that have grabbed our attention (although, she did recently return to work as a creative director at the brand so we’re expecting more looks soon), it’s her latest hairstyle. It’s giving serious ’90s Pamela Anderson updo vibes. “Hair tutorial needed,” one person commented on her recent social media post, which saw the influencer with a messy bun with pared-down leggings, black T-shirt, and grey jumper, which was tied over her shoulders. Other fans quickly joined in on the request in the comments section.
In true Hague style, the star gave the people what they wanted and provided followers with a much-requested hair tutorial on her Instagram stories. Starting off with her hair in bouncy waves for added volume (which is perfect for second-day curls, btw), she scraped her hair up into a neat high ponytail before wrapping her hair band around her hair halfway to create an initial loop. She then wrapped the hair band around a second time while pulling the loop down to create a bun shape and securing it on top of her head. After fluffing the bun up a little to give it that “undone” feel, she began to pull down a few strands out at the front to frame her face. She completed the look by waving them with a curling wand, and voilà – an Insta-worthy Pamela Anderson-inspired updo.
Of course, Hague is not the only one to channel an elevated messy bun in recent months. Last year, Lily Collins rocked the look with her signature bangs, while Millie Bobby Brown twinned the hairstyle with open-fly jeans and a white bralette. Megan Thee Stallion served the hairstyle at the 2021 Grammys, and gave us the ’90s updo resurgence that we all dreamed of. It’s safe to say that this hairstyle is on our to-do list, we just hope we can recreate the effortless look ourselves.
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