I'll have to give that doughnut option a try!(\ /)( . .)c(”)(”)http://www.bunnymysweet.com/
I use the ouchless ponytails as well. I pull all my hair into the ponytail. And starting from the middle of the ponytail I wrap my hair around the ponytail to get the bun look. To ensure my hair doesn't start to come out I'll put another ouchless ponytail around the bun.
Super Cute, I don't think I have enough hair though. Im gonna try this! Will come back if it's successful
I use hair sticks and flexi-combs for my buns. I've gotten good at using just these tools without any other pins/ponytail holders. Youtube has some good tuts on hairsticks.
I love my ouchless bands so much I always keep at least 1 on my wrist and 1 in my purse. I need to get a hair donut! I've seen them but never really knew how to use them. Are they made of satin or something that won't snag the hair?
I use a big satin scrunci put it in a tuck and take the rest of the hair around the scrunci to hide it and put a few Bobby pins and I am done. I like doing my buns on stretched hair twist outs and tnc's, I never do them on wash n go's or damp hair, but I make sure I moisturize and seal before. I have always been curious about sock buns.
I use ouchless bands and bobby pins to make my buns.
I'm not fully natural yet because I'm transitioning but I'll be sure to remember this for when I am 100% natural! This looks super easy and cute!
That was really really cute... :)reviews on salonshairdressing business georgina hair
I've been meaning to buy me one of those donuts for my hair. Lots of people use them and they seem to work perfectly!
Great tutorial, looks easy enough.
I use the same method with an ouchless band and sometimes a scrunchie. Quick and easy. I usely have to add a thin headband to keep the frizzies or flyaways under control.
Oh I needs that donut!
I didn't even consider using pins. I assumed that a headband (I like the silicone/gelly one's) was how everybody did it. I will definitely have to get me a donut though - NICE!