Short Hair Bun Step By Step

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If you have enough hair to pull back into a ponytail if you have enough hair for a bun. You can give the impression of having more volume by fixing your hair back rather than twisting it as you would if your hair was longer. Wear a high ballerina bun, a low messy bun or a stylish tomboy bun for a stylish look that never goes in style.

Short Hair Bun Step By Step

1…   Pack your hair in a high ponytail. To your taste, use a comb to collect your hair on top of your head, on top or a little lower. Fix your hair with an elastic hair. Sure you are firmly confident that it is safe, so your hair doesn’t break down.
You may want to use some bobby pins or hairspray to keep your hair at the top of your head.This works well for hair that is long enough to be fixed at the top of your head. If your hair is too short, choose a low bun or side bun instead.
2..     Tease the ponytail with a comb. This will add some volume and texture to your bun. Take a section of your ponytail and keep it straight. Place a comb near the tips and gently taunt the hair, backcomb towards your head. Repeat with a new section until you have teased the entire ponytail.
Use a fine-toothed comb instead of brush as it does less damage to hair.
You can skip this step if you prefer a sleek, shiny doughnut; however, it will be smaller with less volume.divide the ponytail into two parts. Collect into just two equal sections so your ponytail resembles a fishtail. You want each to have the same amount of hair.

3..   Bend a section down and secure the ends. Bend it down and tuck it under the ponytail so that it curves like a crescent moon. Secure the ends using a few bobby pins. This makes up the first half of the Mace shape.
Don’t twist your hair too tight, or bobby can get out of his needles. Just make one or two gentle twists to give the look of a ballerina-style bun.
Make sure the tips are firmly secured and tucked under the ponytail so they don’t show.

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