Perfect Beehive Haircut

How to do beehive hairstyle? This question was wondering lots of you girls for quite a time. So let’s fix it! I prepared step-by-step instructions on how to make this hairstyle. As fashion and beauty trends recycle, it is time you liked back at the 1960’s beehive hairstyle. I find this hairstyle striking and timeless. Rihanna, Beyonce, Adele, and Rebel Wilson have recently been seen sporting this look. Use this guide to transform into a sexy secretary or glamorous socialite.

As mentioned, celebrities are again embracing the beehive for its beautiful elegance. With this hairstyle, you can be that sex kitten for your significant other, be that secretary assuming the times of days past, embody Joan from “Mad Men,” or attend a social function knowing your hair is perfect.

Tutorial: How To Do a Beehive Hairstyle?

Final Result On How To Do Beehive in 60 seconds

Follow my quick and easy guide to make an effortless yet stunning beehive hairstyle. I love trying different hairstyles and recreating myself.

Total Time: 1 minute

  1. Step #1. Getting started

    Start with clean hair, as dirty hair can drag your lift down. For this hairstyle, you want the most lift that you can get. Part your hair down the center.

  2. Step #2. Separate the front of your hair into sections

    Draw a part in your hair from the tip of your ear to the middle part and clip this section together. Repeat on the other side.

  3. Step #3. Separate the back of your hair into sections

    With the back of your hair hanging down, create a part horizontally across the back of your head, creating two equal parts. Then, clip both parts separately. You can use a hair rat if you prefer.

  4. Step #4. Tease the top section at the back of your head

    Take a small amount of hair from the top section of hair at the back of your head. Secondly, backcomb your hair down towards the root with a small comb. Also, your beehive’s size depends directly on how much you backcomb. Finally, repeat through this entire section of hair.

  5. Step #5. Smooth the backcombed section

    Once you are satisfied with the lift, take a bristle brush and lightly brush this section to remove flyaways. More, do not put pressure on this part, as it can reverse the backcombing you just did.

  6. Step #6. Gather hair into a rolled bun

    Now, gather the backcombed section of your hair together and roll them under the dome part to create a more noticeable dome shape. Next, roll the ends of your hair under to make a neat appearance. Finally, use bobby pins to secure hair into place.

  7. Step #7. Twist your lower section into the bun

    Release the lower section of hair at the back of your head. Next, twist this hair into a coil and use bobby pins to secure it into a bun directly beneath the rolled dome in the previous step.

  8. Step #8. Style the front sections of your hair

    You can leave these two sections as they are to frame your face, even curling them lightly as you wish. Furthermore, you can pin them loosely behind your ears. But, again, this hairstyle is versatile, so place around with it until you figure out what you like best.

Supply:

  • 4 medium claw lips
  • Rat tail comb
  • Bobby pins


Creating the Easy Beehive Hairstyle

There are numerous videos on YouTube, but I want to draw your attention to one.

She explains How To Do Beehive Hairstyle in Her own words and the process differs slightly from mine, but you will see how she performs specific steps in person.

Conclusion

Now that you know how to create the perfect 1960’s beehive hairstyle, you can play around with different varieties: half-up, with a ponytail, modern with a headband, adding curls, braided, sweeping bangs, and so many more possibilities. This versatile hairstyle proves to be edgy and elegant at the same time. Go ahead. Try your hand at making your hair look beautiful with this style.

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