The Man Buns were originated in China as early as 200 BC, as depicted by the Terracotta Soldiers. The Man Buns were worn until the end of Ming Dynasty in 1644 AD after which the Qing Dynasty Government enforced Han Chinese to Adopt the Queue Hairstyle (Queue Order). The term “Man Bun” is a term used to describe long-haired men who do not wish to show the traditional trend of Short Back and Sides wearing their hair above the Head in a Bun. It originated in 16th Century Japan as The Traditional Hairstyles for Samurai Warriors and Sumo Wrestlers. The Hindu Mythology depicts that “Lord Shiva” had a Man Bun; known as “The Jhatta”, it is believed that the “Holy River Ganges/ Ganga” descended from “Lord Shiva’s Man Bun (Jhatta)”as a result of prayers and true devotion. The trend was followed by the followers of Lord Shiva known as the “Aghori’s”.
The Man Bun Hairstyle had Sky-Rocketed its Popularity since 2013, A man bun is a type of long-haired hairstyle which involves the tying of ones hair into a single bun to be placed upon the crown are of the head. Man Bun is also known as Bro Bun, etc. The Man Bun Hairstyles was a part of the “Hipster Culture”, The Man Bun Hairstyle gained amazing response in 2014 with the use of Man Bun by American & British male celebrities like Jared Leto, Joaquin Phoenix, Harry Styles and Zayn Malik.
Later, celebs like David Beckham, Bradley Cooper, Leonardo DiCaprio, Kit Harington, Jeremy Lin and Brad Pitt joined the trend. Later, B’Town celebs like Shah Rukh Khan, Akshay Kumar, Ranveer Singh, Shahid Kapoor, Farhan Akhtar and Sushant Singh Rajput also joined the Trend. Man Bun Hairstyle gives a Trendy, Funky, Elegant and Poise Look if done the right way.