Celebrity hairstylist Dominick Pucciarello from Mizu Salon in NYC explains how to recreate this bun in just four easy steps. Scroll down for the how-to, and then try it out for yourself.1. Give your Strands Some Texture. If you have straight hair or want to amp up your natural wave, curl your strands or use a texture or surf spray on Dry HairThen, tease your hair from the crown of your head all the way back to the nape of your neck.2. Pull Your Hair Back into a Ponytail. Loosely pull your hair back between your crown and the nape of your neck, and use a hair bungee (a hair elastic with a hook on each side), since it’s an easier way to secure your hair without pulling it too tight. Make sure to leave some loose pieces down around your face to frame it. Then, pull the ponytail out a bit — it will create extra volume after you twist your hair and push the style against your head (in the next step).3. Twist your Ponytail into a Bun. After spreading a pea-size amount of Pantene Texturizing Sculpting Wax onto your hands and twisting your hair, loosely roll the end of the ponytail around its base.4. Secure the Bun. After you wrap your hair around the base of your ponytail, spray the bottom of a U-pin (these pins won’t hold the style too tightly) with hairspray to give it more grip, and secure your bun. When you put the U-pin in, push it in at an upward angle, and then rotate it downward.