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December 2, 2008

CurlyNikki Bun- The Pictorial is Here!

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For more details, see the first two articles HERE.

I forgot to mention, as always, I leave in the DevaCare One. This is the water based moisturizer that I seal with the shea.

25 Chime in!:

ClarkiesMommy said...

Thanks so much for posting this. I'll try it this weekend and let you know how it turns out.

Libra08 said...

Thanks!!!! Now I know exactly what to do!

Fleurzty said...

That was a great tutorial Nikki!

blackhoney112 said...

Excellent tutorial!

Stella B. said...

Very inventive and creative! Thanks for the tutorial!

ljkelly said...

This was great, I am going to try it tonight! :)

jbutterflygirl said...

Does this only work as a fully natural? I'm still transitioning.

J said...

Wonderful tutorial Nikki and a great song choice!

I'm going to try this over the Christmas holidays.

Rebekka Pierre said...

I was going to say the same thing.. I love the song, as well as the style. I am falling in love with ponytails as a styling technique. Thanks for making this Nikki!

CURLYNIKKI said...

As always, thanks for the support ladies :D Your feedback and positive comments keep me going! 'Cause trust me, I'm not too fond of making these videos, lol, its a lot of work!

jbutterfly, this would be a great style for a transitioner. You probably wouldn't have to go through the last few steps of using the rollers- since your hair is already straighter on the ends.

For those of you that try this style and want to share it with other curlynikki.com readers, please send your results to nikki@curlynikki.com

~a said...

I love it! Another style I must try...

Kadej said...

Thanks soooo much, this tutorial is awesome! =)

Anonymous said...

That is too cute. Great idea and it looks so simple.

Suburbanbushbabe said...

Curlynikki, I'm going to try this too. I'm having such success with the T&C. Thanks so much for this clear, succinct tutorial.

curleegurl13 said...

I will be sure to try this on my next bun day. So much better than bunning wet. Oh yeah. I guess this should work under like a kitchen faucet also?

Wes said...

I'm gonna give this a try... Gonna pick up some shea butter today!

natashamck said...

Great tutorial! I'll have to try the under the faucet technique :) Just one question: How tightly (or loosely) are you wrapping the scrunchies?

juvenescent said...

Awesome Nikki, thanks!

Tanya said...

Thanks for the tutorial. How could you achieve this style by adding hair - my hair is shorter.

New Curly Girl said...

Does anyone know of a chain store that sells shea butter? I'm have a hard time find any that is raw or unrefined. I live in St. Louis.

thanx!

Maria said...

Wow how the heck did I miss this back in Dec? New Curly Girl, I've seen shea butter at Wholefoods for about $25. I buy it online because I really don't trust a local store to sell 100% shea butter without any added ingredients.

Anonymous said...

is your hair natural tho cause even if i do all this stuff my hair wont hold or do like that ....

Kelem said...

Very nice pictorial! Unfortunately, it's too late today to try it :(. Your hair is so gorgeous, Nikki!

bonni said...

doing this TONIGHT after yoga...yay!

Anonymous said...

hi nikki my hair have'nt been growing for about 10 years now and im now trying to do something about it any suggestions.I thought weaving and braiding my hair would help it grow but nothing seems to work please help me!! by jj.

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