Kat Graham never fails in her style be it a pony tail, afro loose hair or a top knot. She knows well the tactics of keeping hair well in fashion and trying out newer styles at every event. Here she presents an afro top knot well in volume and sleekness both. This hairstyle is easy and comfortable and you do not need the regular tough ups as in loose hair. Top knot buns have a feminine factor that gives elegance a new coefficient. It is polished and manageable. To have this hairstyle, you need to first have a good wash with a volumising shampoo and a conditioner. Apply hair serum to settle down frizz and give your hair a shine. Comb and collect your hair into a tight ponytail at the top of your head. Tie it with a rubber band and make sure the ponytail is tight. Now, if you have afro textured hair it will be easy for you to make a top knot otherwise you need to make volume for your bun. Make multiple thin sections of your ponytail and using a tight, small comb start teasing them. Backcomb them by moving the comb through the hair to and fro without stopping. This will give volume and height to the hair. Repeat this teasing to all the sections of the ponytail. Collect all volume hair and wrap it around the neck of the ponytail, shaping it into a round bun on top. In the process, cover the neck of the ponytail too. Fix with bobby pins wherever needed. Keep spraying hair spray in between. Your top knot is done!
Wassup new: You may use hair extensions in your ponytail if your hair is short or use hair cushions for giving extra volume and height. A top knot looks well on blonde hair too, have a look.