A bun works well with just about any part, or even none at all. If you want to wear a part, then brush your hair away from the part until it's smooth and free of tangles. If you choose a bun with no part, simply brush your hair straight back from your face.
The cool thing about the bun is that you can plant it anywhere on your head. Try a ballet bun at the top of your head, a classic bun at the nape of your neck or a trendy side bun close to your ear. Gather hair into a ponytail at your desired bun location.
This step is the secret to a good bun. Whether long or short, your hair has to stay together to create the actual bun in the next step.
This is the actual bun-making step. Holding the ponytail bands at the ends of your hair, wrap the hair around the original ponytail holder, pinning as you go around. Continue in this fashion until you've pinned all the hair into place.
Customize your bun with a pencil. Use it to release a few strands from the front to create a face-framing fringe or gently pull out little loops from the bun to give a trendy, messy appearance. Add jewels, flowers or anything else that might give your bun a little bit of interest. Spritz with hairspray, and you're ready to go.
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