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Gabrielle Union’s bun looks like the most beautiful rose

Gabrielle Union’s bun looks like the most beautiful rose

So. Cute.

It's no wonder that Gabrielle Union, arbiter of all things chic, combined the two classics into a single stunning beauty look for her recent elegant event. When it comes to updos, nothing is more classic than a bun. It can be dressed up or down, worn high or low, sleek or messy — and never look out of style. And when it comes to flowers, nothing is more classic than roses. No matter the occasion, no matter the colour, roses are timeless and always appreciated. So a look that combines the two? Whew. Iconic.

On Thursday, 25 April, Tiffany & Co. hosted a Beverly Hills celebration of their 2024 Blue Book, and the celebrities who attended were, of course, decked out in jewels, Gabrielle included. She wore a whimsical choker made with 23 carats worth of orange sapphire and rubellites, matching earrings, and a 10-carat diamond ring. But we'd argue that her unexpectedly floral hairstyle definitely competed with her oodles of gems for the spotlight.

From the front, we can see that Gabrielle's hair is pulled back tightly into a sleek, somewhat side-swept updo with nary a hair out of place.

Gabrielle Union’s bun looks like the most beautiful rose

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But from the back, we get the big reveal: It's not just any bun back there. It's been intricately twisted up in such a way that it clearly resembles a rose.

Gabrielle Union’s bun looks like the most beautiful rose

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA РAPRIL 25: Gabrielle Union, jewelry detail, attends the Tiffany & Co. Celebration of the launch of Blue Book 2024: Tiffany C̩leste at The Beverly Estate on April 25, 2024 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for Tiffany & Co.)Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images

It was last spring when the runways predicted that rose buns would be big. We asked Lacy Redway for her advice on achieving the lovely look, and she told us that she sections and wraps a ponytail into four parts using a transparent hair net before forming one section into a figure-of-eight shape and pinning each piece in place after wrapping it completely. Then, she wraps each remaining section the same way around that middle section, one at a time. After hair-spraying it, she secures the bun with bobby pins.

Whether it's a wedding, a workday, or, you know, your casual, run-of-the-mill Tiffany & Co. event, this style is clearly a new classic – and we'll be using this style from Gabrielle Union as inspo.

This feature originally appeared on Allure.