A few weeks ago, I outlined the steps needed to create a high bun. Did you get a chance to practice this? If you have this look down, I challenge you to take it one step further. I’d like for you to try to create a decorative high bun, incorporating braids and faux color.
At first, I planned to write down the detailed instructions for you, as usual. After further thought, I realized that you may be a visual learner. I get it. There is something about watching tutorials that allows everything to just click. So, I mustered up the courage to … film it! Yes, I’d like to introduce to you my very first tutorial. Cue the horns! Da-da-da-daaaa!
When I filmed this, I dove right into creating the look. It wasn’t my best attempt, but it can be yours if you remember to:
- Neatly braid your sections. This will enable the cream eyeshadow (used to add color) to neatly smooth onto your hair.
- Werk a messy or neat bun. Either will do the trick. *snaps fingers twice in the air.*
- Hide bobby pins in the hair, so they’re not visible.
- Pin down bangs as needed to frame your face.
As you know, I’m a writer, and this blog will always be the core. If you enjoy the visual explanations (and the nuttiness of it all—you know that was a must!), let me know. Maybe there’ll be more to come!
Watch and enjoy! Remember to leave your questions below.
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