Braided Buns for Men

Once you’ve grown your hair long and need a polished look that’s simple to go, braids and buns will help keep your hair looking trendy while still practical. And if you want to put them together? Okay, go ahead, men’s braided buns are currently trendy! Don’t know where to start? Don’t be afraid! We’re going to show you guys who get it right!

braids of all sizes are used for this hairstyle. It begins on the side with a tight, thin Dutch braid, followed by a larger braid and then repeated again.

Short Locks

With patience and skill, even such short hairs can be braided to provide a loose but smooth style with a small bun on the back.


There is a high, tight undercut in this hairstyle that starts just below the crown. The longer middle hair segment was formed into a few tidy braids, well divided by defined sections.

From the Bottom Up

While most undercuts come to the top, this style makes a V-shaped long hair section on the back. From the bottom up, this hair was braided and tied into a fold over the bun.

Front Row Style

In addition to being super stylish, man braids also keep the locks neat and clean. Here, with two short rows of French braids, an undercut is teamed up and secured with a bun high on the head.

Full Head of Braids

His hair is long and neatly separated into thin braid lines. Such braids ‘ ends are wrapped in a comfortable knot at the bottom.

A Little On The Side

Slicing your hair back into a bun keeps it smooth and out of the way, but why not jazz it up a bit by adding some tiny braids alongside this guy’s parting?

Pretty parts

Here the hair was split into three sections; a larger section down the middle and two smaller sections on each side. Each of these was tightly braided and pulled back into a large bun together with the rest of the hair.

Up and Over

For this unique hair style, the hair was split in the center and the Dutch braided on each side. At the back of the head, the two braids meet where they are joined together.

Master Styling

You can create amazing patterns using braids to make your hair a masterpiece. This look has been crafted with tight rows of Dutch braids interlinked.

Signature Look

In order to create a signature style, a pompadour look (height over the forehead) was paired with a braid. The hair was brushed up and back and on the side was added a small tight braid.

Colored Locks

A bit of color will make a hairstyle pop, which is a great example. The hair was shaded in a dark to light shadow from black to white. Then it was braided from front to back by the Netherlands.

It’s all about the spacing

The better when it comes to the spacing of the braids. With its Dutch braided lines and a tight bun, this hairstyle looks perfectly uniform.

Super Neat

The hair has been molded into several braids that extend from front to back and finish with a twist over man bun.

So Sauvé

Dapper meets the braids and it’s a winner. With two super neat French braids, we see a carefully graded undercut along the sides.

Dutch braid

This style is called a Dutch braid and can easily be identified as it appears like the braid is sitting on top of the hair. A single braid runs down into a high bun down the center of the face.

Braids and Buns

Thick hair can be hard to handle, but as we can see here a braid will take care of it in no time. This is a thick French inverted braid attached to the back with a round bun.

Ocean Twist

From the front to the back, we see hair that has been finely combed. The hair was colored in bright blue shades and that really makes this hair stand out!


Why settle for one braid if you can have a lot of braid? With the longer hair on top and tied in a simple fold over the bun, four rows of tight braids were created in this picture.

Precision locks

Using its longer top locks, a loose French braid was fashioned. The hair has been precisely combed back into the style and the ends on the back are tucked away.
Ball Of Box Braids

In this image, long box braids are put above the undercut and gathered at the back of the head and twisted into a smooth, round man bun.

Style Time

In this photo the hair was cut into long, thin box braids and they were pulled back and tied into a messy man bun a very sexy, laid back look.


Dutch braids will help to add height to the hairstyle we see in this example. A broad braid extends the head length and is tied to the back of a man bun.

Stark Sides and Black Braids

In this look the hair is rasped bald along the sides, pointing to the dark colored locks on top. Sectioning these strings and braiding the Dutch, finishing with a high pony.