Victorian bun was one of the most popular hairstyle in the 1890s. This hairstyle usually consists of hair being piled high on top of the head to create a bun and the remaining hair will be wrapped around the head about 2 inches away from your scalp to achieve a maximum volume. There are different tendrils of hair which will be pulled down around your face and at the nape of your neck.
To get this style, part the hair using a long-tail comb starting from one ear and slide the comb around back of the head to other ear. Leave bottom section of the hair down to secure away from the styling. Then tease upper section of the hair to create volume and divide it into 2 inch sections. Lift first section with a teasing brush and backcomb your hair. Leave the teased section to fall forward and smooth the upper section back using a comb or brush. Take the lower section of your hair that was secured earlier and add it along with the upper sections. Pull the hair up to make a ponytail on the top of the head and secure it with elastic. Slide your hair elastic away from the scalp to loosen the ponytail. Twist the ponytail and wrap it around the top of your ponytail to create the shape of the Victorian bun. Finally mist the hair with a hairspray to keep the hairstyle in place.