Beauty&Things

Today, I wanted to show you how to create some lovely updo hairstyles. They are really quick and really easy to do! it might take some practive at the strat but once you get the hang of it, it's quite easy to do. I usually like to put my hair in a bun a day after I've washed my hair, it tends to hold a lot better. If I put my hair into a bun after I've just washed my hair, I find that I have too much baby hair sticking up and the bun can't stay in place the whole day.

For this post, I was sent the Scunci hair bun maker and the ultimate updo clip. The hair Bun Maker comes with a hair donut, 4 pins and a hair tie. I personally don't think 4 pins are enough, I ended up using an additional 3 bobby pins (also depends on how long your hair is). The Ultimate Updo Clip comes with a carbon fiber clip.

bun maker tutorial

1. Tie your hair into a ponytail.

2. Slip your ponytail into the bun maker.

3. Split the ponytail into two section (upper & lower). Using the upper, start wrapping your hair around the bun maker. Use the pins as you go to secure the hair in place.

4. Spray on hairspray to keep everything in place and you're done!

updo clip tutorial

1. Without using a hair tie, twist your hair into a bun.

2. Using the updo clip, slip it into the bottom of your bun.

3. Pull the clip up so that now the clip is sitting on top.

4. Push the clip into your bun and you're done!

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