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Twist & Pin, bun-hawk tutorial is a style that you can do in any type of hair-curly, wavy, or straight. < p>But to be honest, it works better if your hair is messy, dirty and you’re too late. (This is me most of the time!)
I’ve shown a version of this type of Twist &Pin hairstyle, but it was too neat. I wanted to show a hairstyle that I filmed in real time, in my messy morning hair.
In this tutorial, I haven’t use any additional product. Although, to be fair, my hair a lot of product from the days before, so check out my tips at the end, if you need more volume in your hair.
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What you need:
- Bobby pins
- Small hair rubber bands (optional)
step by step
- you Start by working the way you want to see the front of your hair. To can I like a few pieces on the sides and a little extra volume at the top.
- Take a section at the top of the head and smooth the top. Hold the hair in your right hand, twist the ends loosely with the left hand and bend it in a little bun.
- weave a bobby pin through the base of the bun to secure it against the head.
- you have a number of rolls creating Repeat on the back of the head.
note: A trick to ensure you have enough hair for the bun at the bottom, creating a U-shape part including. This means that you’re taking more hair from the sides, but they let their hair down at the back.
- To the bun you can stretch on the sides before you pin in place.
- For additional stability, you can use the extra bobby-pin and you connect to hold the rolls together.
Styling tips for extra volume:
If you’ve got fine hair, or you want a really big bun hawk, here’s what you do:
- Using the product before you style. This is my third day hair, that’s full of curl styling products and became a braid, so that it doesn’t no additional support. But you might want to try some shampoo or a texture spray for more volume in your hair before you start drying.
- to keep Before creating the bun, with a small hair elastic each section in place. This allows you to create tighter sections on the page and it makes the bun-hawk larger appearance.
- Tease each ponytail before twisting it in a bun. I like to use a comb or a backcombing brush. This creates a lot of extra height and texture in the bun-hawk.
What if I don’t want more volume?
- If you prefer to do a neater finish, exactly the opposite of the above steps.
- I’d also recommend the use of hairspray to keep any flyaways and tidy any frizz.
for This bun-hawk hairstyle is comfortable to wear all day, and I’ve already got a few compliments when I wore these.
washing is A style that saves me the time of hair my perfect hairstyle. It’s a step up from a regular bread rolls and you can style to match your mood.
I’d love to see this Twist & Pin-style in your hair! Use the hashtag #hair romance on Instagram, so I can see your version of the bun-hawk.
have fun with your hair!
PS. It was filmed at the Little Albion Guest House in Sydney
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