How To Put Fine Hair In A Bun

How To Put Fine Hair In A Bun – Who had hair donuts as a kid or for football class? While many of us have ditched the “princess bride” bun that donuts are famous for, throwing the bun up a notch gives you a casual, timeless look that I love. I gave up donuts ten years ago, but have missed them because of my mother, who has shoulder-length hair, and Nori, who has very fine hair. I bought this $6 set (2 color options) which includes 2 full size and 2 mini sets and both girls love the new donuts!

As an alternative to my messy high bun (see tutorial), I tend to wear this low bun for a variety of looks. Pair it with a classic sweater for a chic look, or with statement earrings or a necklace for a more elegant and luxurious look. To mix it up, I also prefer hair on the side or very low to wear under a wide hat (straw or wool). Below are some of those examples over the years!

How To Put Fine Hair In A Bun

How To Put Fine Hair In A Bun

1. Gather your hair into a low ponytail and secure with an elastic band. Transfer the tail to the donut.

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2. Spread the hair over the donut like a waterfall and secure by pulling another hair clip over the top. For thin hair, it is easier to do this if the tail is slightly damp.

3. At this point, your bun may be angled slightly towards your head. With one hand, press pack to head. Take the invisible clip with your other hand and insert it through the head hair, into the donut hair part and back into the head hair. Repeat the same with some invisibles on the outer edge of the beam.

4. Drag some of the details that make up the face to make the face softer, if you like, or make it very smooth.

Please note that the donut is not suitable for those with long thick hair, as there is nowhere to store a lot of hair.

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When you buy from links on this blog, I may earn a commission. Thank you for your support! Chris Appleton shared a good hair hack on TikTok. The hairstyle uses two hair ties and a hair tie. Our editor tested the hair technique on her messy bun.

I’ve been told many times, “You have great hair, but you have too much.” And even if that’s the case, it doesn’t help me achieve the many styles I keep seeing on my FYP Instagram and TikTok feeds. Because of my fine hair, I rarely wear high hairstyles (other than bobby pins) because it tends to make my insecurities worse. My tail tends to fall out and my messy buns usually don’t have the fullness I desire.

But then Chris Appleton, the famous stylist who has created many messy hairstyles for Jennifer Lopez, Kim Kardashian and others, shared the secret of creating the perfect messy bun on fine hair. I knew I had to try.

How To Put Fine Hair In A Bun

As a background, when I do a messy hairstyle, I don’t think about it – I take an elastic band, collect the hair on top of the head and wrap it twice until it is securely fastened. There’s no way, just chaos. This results in a hairstyle with strands of hair flying in all directions. In Appleton’s video, she wears two scrunchies and hairpins, so I knew right away that this would be a step up from my usual look.

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To try out the technique, I grabbed two Slip Silk Ties (£39) and my hair. The first step is to collect your hair in a high ponytail at the crown. Place the elastic band around the base of this ponytail while spreading the hair out to create a donut shape. It’s a little tricky because – shall we say – I don’t have a lot of hair to work with. But after fiddling around a bit, I got it.

Appleton’s advice is to “pull it so you have a little bit of growth” in the donut-shaped part of the hair, and then gather the sections out of the bun into two sections. The two strands of hair are curled and wrapped around the base of the bun, secured with a bow. For this step, she only used two sections of hair, but I had hair scattered behind me that needed to be protected, so I used a third.

The bun hairstyle immediately looked different. Instead of the usual messy top knot, it looks light and fluffy. It’s like one of the chic hairstyles worn by supermodels like Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid. It also gave the impression that I had more hair than I actually did. I admit that it would be easier second-hand – in fact, literally any hairstyle can be said – but I managed to master what few skills I have. To complete the look, I added some hairspray to control flyaways. What took a few seconds left me suddenly puffy, so I’d say the Appleton bun is a win for fine hair.

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How To Put Fine Hair In A Bun

The Netflix documentary series Depp vs. Heard – see Victoria Edel trailer 4 days ago. I’ve been doing a lot of hair tutorials for my daughter lately, so you can check them out and hopefully get some inspiration for your own hair. or your child’s hair. One of the most common questions I get asked is how to style fine hair. I just received one last week… “how do you make a bun with fine hair?” I share the best hair hacks and styles for all hair lengths.

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My daughter is much thinner than I am. My hair has always been really thick and her hairstyle is different because it’s not like mine. Her hair is quite long, which helps with the styling… but thin. When I was asked how to make a messy bun with fine hair, I immediately thought of a bun.

Now that we’re talking about how to make messy buns for fine hair, I want you to remember one thing: you can do anything if you’re creative and studious! You can actually create thinner hair with this messy bun, which I think is the best hair hack ever!

I just don’t want to take pictures because I find it easier to watch and follow a hair tutorial. I also hate it when I watch edited hair tutorials. I don’t want mine to look like this.

I want you to really see what I’m doing as I talk about this. I hope this easy tutorial on how to make messy buns for fine hair works for you and your hair (whoever you are!).

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1) I hope you can see that twisting hair gives the image of thicker hair. If you have very fine hair, take the time to loosen the curls before pulling them into a bun. I love curling because it makes ALL my hair look as thick as possible.

2) When you’re wondering how to make a messy bun with fine hair, I want you to see that you can do (really) any style that works for your hair. I know ALL slouchy buns look different because it’s all about texture and length, you can do this style. Also consider the accessories. It can be a thread or a hair tie.

3) You can always add layers to thick hair to make it look thicker. As long as the layers are long, you can still style your hair easily. I want you to know this too.

How To Put Fine Hair In A Bun

I personally love it when the layers “yellow” or pop/pop out of my bunko. I think it gives off an elegant, trendy and boho vibe. Dirty bread must be dirty, so anything goes.

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