When it comes to hairstyles, neat nested hair knots never ever go out of style.
A nested hair knot is a series of 2 or more hair buns in decreasing size placed one inside the other.
The hair knots are gently pulled out to create a layered or nested appearance.
Hair master Orlando Pita created the perfect nested hair knot appearance for the Giambattista Valli runway show back in 2007.
Orlando Pita Nested Hair Knot How To
Orlando Pita is famous for his stunning hair creations and his nested runway knot is still my favorite many years later.
When asked about how he created the nested hair knot, Pita explained he teased hair at the crown "to give the profile a nice shape.
The hair guru then rolled the bottom into a low chignon.
He finished by smoothing the top and sides with a boar-bristle brush and pulled out a few face-framing pieces along the hairline.Advantages Of Nested Hair Knots
The beauty of nested hair knots is that they can be worn by any hair type, texture, length or condition.
If hair isn't long enough to wrap into a hair knot, it can be temporarily enhanced with clip-in or fusion hair extensions.
Hair Knot Positioning
Nested hair knots can be positioned anywhere on the head from right behind the hairline all the way down to the nape of the neck.
They can be positioned along any side of the head.
Knots Wrapped Tightly Or Loosely
Knots can be wrapped tightly to create a more business-like appearance or pulled apart for a sexy, sassy feminine appearance.
It's easy to create a very unique hair knot by nesting them together in a variety of finished styles.
Summary - Neat Nested Hair Knots
Nested hair knots are designed around a series of 2 or more hair twists arranged in decreasing size placed one inside the other.Once created, the hair knots are gently pulled apart to create a layered or nested appearance, usually with the largest bun at the top and the smallest bun at the bottom.
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