Japanese women have been experimenting with trendy hairstyles for years.
But they’re finally getting to wear them in style, with a cute bun haircut.
Japanese women have now become fashion-conscious and are embracing a cute simple hairstyle as a way to express their femininity, with some saying the haircut is a way of expressing their feminisation.
The hairstyle is not only for women, it also fits men who are also looking to go more casual, Japanese fashion website Nippon Bikin.
They’re using cute bun to cover the hair and to add a bit of flair.
Cute simple is an expression of feminine femininity which is seen in Japanese culture and fashion, Nippo Bikins blog said.
In Japan, many women are now dressing in the style of the bun and wearing it in the morning, in the evening and even during the week.
They can even wear it at the end of the day to help to hide their hair, as well as to show off their confidence, the blog said in an article.
Some Japanese women are also wearing the haircut at night to show they are relaxed and in good spirits.
The hairstyles are popular among younger women in Japan, the Nippochi style of Japanese hairstyles and is often paired with long skirts.
Nippo and Nippos hairstyles can be purchased at most Japanese retailers and online.