The fool-proof way to nail the perfect messy bun hairstyle in just three steps (Makeup.com tested) &mdash;&nbsp;and tips to create the perfect messy bun for every hair texture.Consider it one of life&rsquo;s great ironies: When it comes to beauty, the most undone looks usually require the most effort. Take&nbsp;Meghan Markle, Duchess of the Messy Bun, for example. She waltzed into her wedding with a subtle face of makeup that said &ldquo;I&rsquo;m too cool to care&rdquo; and a slightly less messy bun than usual. Well, we all know those looks took hours and countless products to create &mdash; the jig is up.Unfortunately, our struggle to master the perfect I-woke-up-like-this messy bun has also required a massive amount of effort (and many lost minutes). Usually, it&rsquo;s either too messy and deflated, too ballerina-tight, or just wrong all together &hellip; until now. We found a fool-proof way to nail the perfect messy bun hairstyle in just three steps.The secret to getting the perfect look? Second-day hair (or third, or even fourth). Think of it this way: A tousled, messy bun is to dirty hair what champagne is to a girls&rsquo; night out: absolutely essential if you want to do it right. If there&rsquo;s a hairstyle that&rsquo;s more of a saving grace on mornings you just can&rsquo;t get it together enough to wash your hair (or afternoons when you&rsquo;ve managed to sneak in a lunchtime workout), we haven&rsquo;t found it yet.&ldquo;The messy bun is playful and timelessly chic &mdash; and it&rsquo;s easy,&rdquo; explains Jill Engelsen, senior stylist and educator at Butterfly Studio Salon in NYC. &rdquo;Most importantly, you feel like you&rsquo;re you when you wear a messy bun &mdash;&nbsp;you don&rsquo;t feel like you&rsquo;re trying to be something you&rsquo;re not.&rdquo;How to Get a Messy Bun RightSTEP 1: First, flip your head upside down and pull your hair into a loose ponytail, as high or as low as you&rsquo;d like it. Don&rsquo;t use a comb or worry about your strands being perfectly slicked back &mdash; some bumps are ok.