Hey guys, I’m going to show you how to do this super easy everyday donut hair bun I posted some pictures of myself with his hairstyle and a few people on Facebook and Instagram asked for tutorials. So here it is first off brush your hair and gather it into a high ponytail I recommend doing this hairstyle on second day hair. Because the thing with second day hair is that it tends to get greasy and that helps team down the flyaways grab a stronger pair tie entire ponytail now it doesn’t matter what color your hair tie is. Because you won’t see it at the end, if you have short hair I recommend this bun maker.
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But, if you don’t have one all you have to do is grab a sock cut the tip and roll it inside out and you’ll get the exact same shape put your ponytail through the hole and spread your hair over the bun maker I’ve done a tutorial using this bum maker on long hair before and, if you want you can click on the thumbnail to watch it. But, if you have short hair what you want to do is tuck all the ends of your hair underneath the bun maker at the base and then you want to bobby pin it all the way around. So the hair stays in place. But since I have long extra hair I can’t do that. So I’m going to use this bun maker that I got from eBay and especially made for a long hair this is a really neat invention first what you want to do is take your ponytail and pass it through the slit of the bun maker wrap the tip of your ponytail around the bun maker and gently roll it down and as you really make sure the tip isn’t sticking out when you get to the base of the ponytail take the ends of the bun maker and fold them together. So that they connect try to distribute your hair evenly around the bun maker fold your hair over the bun maker to hide it and as you’re doing. So connected together and form a nice donut shape.
So what we’re aiming for is this kind of shape right here and just to make it stay in place we’re going to secure it with bobby pins this part only requires two bobby pins and the main point is just to close the doughnut shape together. So we’re going to put one bobby pin in one end and you want to slide it right underneath the base fold over the hair at the other end and bobby pin it down at the base this is basically going to close the doughnut shape, if you still have a gap in your bun then all you have to do is grab some hair from all around the bun move it around and cover it and that’s it this hairstyle takes two to three minutes for me to do. And I love sporting it on second day hair. Because it keeps all the dirty hair out of your face and it looks polished anyways thanks so much for reading. And I’ll talk to you later bye feel free to comment to my blog to be notified of new posts and don’t forget to check out these with a hair bun tutorial.