90s inspired #normcore hair tutorial – double buns

Hair Romance - 90s normcore hair - double buns tutorial

More #normcore 90s hair!

Yesterday I shared a tutorial for the half up hair knot. My friend (and hair model) Rosalie messaged me to say she had been wearing that style non-stop on her European summer holiday.

I doubt she’ll say the same for this style…

I mean, Rosalie does makes these double buns look cool but it’s a style you don’t see that often. Does anyone else remember these double buns from the first time around?

Hair Romance - 90s normcore hair - double bun hair tutorial

Channel your inner 90s girl and try a normcore hairstyle. Keep reading for the full tutorial.

90s inspired #normcore hair tutorial – double buns

Hair Romance - double buns - normcore hair tutorials

You’ll need:

  • 2 hair elastics
  • Bobby pins

Step-by-step

  1. Create a centre part. No need to be too neat, just separate your hair into two equal sections.
  2. Put your hair up into pigtails. Place them right at the back of your head.
  3. Twist your ponytail up and around. Pin your bun in place but leave the ends hanging down.
  4. Repeat on the other ponytail, leaving the ends hanging loose at the back. Pin in place with bobby pins.

Hair Romance - 90s normcore hair - double bun tutorial

Styling tips

  • Twist the buns down, around and to the centre, so that your end are hanging down in the middle.
  • Leave some hair loose at the front. Go super 90s with two tendrils of hair, or leave your fringe/bangs outs.

Hair Romance - 90s normcore hair - double bun hairstyle tutorial

Would you rock these 90s double buns? How would you wear them?

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