Hair Bun tutorial

Hi and thanks for stopping by my blog. It's a slow friday here, busy week and mother'sday is around the corner YAY! I will be posting my mother's day look on the blog soon. In the mean time follow me on instrgram @titispassion to get scoops on the blog. I am sharing my go to lazy hair style on the blog today.  It is super easy to do and always so chic. I am getting ready to do a oil treatment on my hair tonight before I wash it in the morning and put my hair in a bun. You do need to be able to pack your hair easily into a ponytail to be able to wear this hair style. Here are some pictures of me rocking the hair style.

Start with clean washed hair, blow dried hair or air dried too. Following this direction for hair washing routine. I usually omit applying coconut oil until the end because it weights the hair down. Using a band, put the hair in a ponytail. I always place my ponytail facing the front of my head versus the center, just a personal preference. Apply your choice of hold all around your edges. I use a light gel and sometimes I use shea moisture gel souffle. Using a small comb, brush the edges, you can also use pins to secure the hair in the back (usually the problem area). Once in a bun, insert a hairdonut and cover entire donut with your hair. Secure with pins all around and another hair band. You can then apply coconut oil to add shine to the hair. Viola,the whole process takes about 10 minutes.

See step-by-step images below


Have a wonderful weekend!

11 comments:

  1. girl u are so blessed with all that hair! Have a blessed Mother's day weekend!

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  2. Thanks for sharing :). I wish my hair at the back was long enough to pull into a high bun.

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  3. Love the high bun, forgot all about the donut till now. :-) Thank you for the tutorial

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  4. Love the way you place it closer to the front. I might try it and see if it suits my face. When my hair is all poufy I usually have to add a good amount of gel and then take the extra step to tie a scarf for it to lay down.

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    1. I think it looks way better when u place it closer to the front, let me know how it turns out dear.

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