The Sculpted Bun Is About to Be Your New Fave Hair Look

The Sculpted Bun Is About to Be Your New Fave Hair Look
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Throwing your hair up in a bun is basically a ritual everyone with long hair experience. Some of us, more than others. But whether you’re looking for a casual top knot or a more formal bun situation, sometimes the tried-and-true style can be, well, a little passé. But we spotted a number of celebs recently, who have taken the twisted bun look, to new heights. And we can’t get enough of it! These sculptural looks have taken the standard bun and made them structured, architectural pieces of art—hair art that is. Click on to see 10 of our faves!

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The queen of sculptured hair is none other than Rooney Mara, who mastered this swooping style with ease.

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Jordin Sparks's top knot saw some serious height thanks to a continuous twist one can only envy.

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The folds and bends of Skyler Grey's top knot is something to behold. Excuse us while we take it all in.

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Appropriately, Star Wars star Daisy Ridley channeled some serious futuristic vibes with this twisted sumo knot that fanned out at the ends.

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Combining two of our favorite hair looks—braids and a bun—Rita Ora's 'do ranks high in our hairstyle envy list—and Pinterest boards.

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But a cool twisted bun doesn't have to be reserved for top knots. This this chignon style from Brie Larson weaved in and out for maximum cool. Not to mention that fun flip at the end.

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We're all about a look that's structured and sleek. Take this one from Julianne Hough, which wrapped around the bun and spiked out in a totally sleek style.

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Kaley Cucoco's funky twist was perfectly disheveled for a sleek meets messy look that screams woke up like this.

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This looped top knot from Serayah McNeill was not only high in height, but high in style marks as well.

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Teresa Palmer's low bun not only involved a sleek structured bun, but a smooth bang sweet and playful hair flip as well.

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