These days, most Mexican women’s hairstyles appear as varied as American women’s hairstyles. However, there are some styles which are pondered to be Mexican, traditionally. Most Mexican women like having their hair long, which clearly radiates traditional style, and since women spend lots of time outdoors in Mexico’s hot climate, traditional hairstyles surely portray the climate and culture. Traditional Mexican hairstyles are so simple and functional.
However, that does not mean that they do not put emphasis on the style and aesthetic aspect of their hairstyles.
Their traditional hairstyle keeps the hair out of a Mexican women’s way as she works. If you want to have simply yet nice traditional hairstyle for your active life, then you are on the right site.
A low chignon is actually a bun which is worn right at the nape of your neck. To achieve this particular style, you need to part your hair right in the middle at the front and then braid your hair in a braid down your back. Next, you have to coil the braid by simply wrapping the braid around itself.
As such, you can create a circle, or a coil, near the nape of your neck. In order to keep the style intact all day, you need to secure the coil using bobby pins or combs.
If you have enough hair and want to create a more sophisticated style, wrap the braid in the form of a figure eight and then secure it using bobby pins as you would a chignon.