I tried a new beehive hair style this week with a mesh chignon form. It literally takes about two minutes to do and it's one of my new go-to hair styles
one mesh chignon form mine is from Hot Buns
hair spray (optional)
start with hair parted however you like
brush the hair from the crown forward and pin the bun form to your crown. I do a pin at each side and one in the middle
Brush all of your hair back and over the form. If your hair is slippery, you can use a teasing comb like mine from Sally's to give it a little grip. You don't have to tease too much here.
grab the back of your hair and gather it as if you're doing a pony tail. Twist it, fold up and tuck the ends in and pin in place with bobby pins or a hair comb.
If your bangs don't want to sweep to the side like mine, show them who's boss with the teasing comb and a little hair spray.