Frizzy and curly hair are really difficult to deal with at times. But they have their own charm, you just need to play your cards right. Instead of fighting them off or taming them down, sometimes its better to keep it natural. Moreover that would be less of a hassle. Here this messy hairstyle is really gorgeous. I have got straight hair, still I take all the pain to curl them up for this style.
I'll try to explain step by step how to do it, you can jump right away on to the video but I think the girl in the video has really thin hair. It might or might not turn out well for you.
1- Take a small chunk of hair from the front for the puff and tie them aside with a small elastic band or a bobby pin to separate them. This would keep them out of the way as you work with the rest of your hair. This step is similar to the one explained in the previous hairstyle.
2- Tie the rest of your hair in a high ponytail with a thin and tight elastic band and wrap a bunch of hair around it to hide the elastic.
3- Make the front puff and secure it with bobby pins. You can go for a little teasing to achieve a sturdy puff. You can also straighten the front layer with a flat iron if it looked too messy.
4- Wrap the left out length of hair from the puff around the pony and pin them.
5- Part the ponytail in two near about equal parts left and right.
6- Now take a small chunk (not very thick) of hair from the left part of the pony and pin it using a bobby pin a little away from the ponytail's center in somewhat random fashion.
7- Repeat the same taking a small chunk from the right side of the pony.
8- Repeat these steps one after the other until you have pined all of them around the pony. Just try not to be too precise as the idea here is to make a messy bun.
Its really easy to master this hairdo with a little practice. These above steps are for naturally frizzy or curly textured hair. People with straight hair need to add some texture by curling before going through the above steps.
I have uploaded this video here to give you an idea but this will work for thin hair better. Don't go hunting for all the products used in the videos I upload, as you might not get them here in India easily. Bobby pins and a hair stay spray is enough for this hairdo. You might not need the spray even, if you have really curly and frizzy hair.
I hope it helps you out. If you have any query you can mail me or just leave a comment here itself.