7 Jun 2012

Ballerina Bum... i mean bun!



Hello my lovely girlies (& guys?) hope your all having a marvellous week. A few of you have requested I show you how I put my hair into a bun. To be honest I don't do anything spectacular to it but I thought I would share with you my 30 second way I achieve the ballerina bun. 

1. Start with fully dry hair
2. Put hair into a pony tail 
3. Twist hair into a classic bun 
4. I then start to pull my bun looser, this makes the bun appear larger and like i have more hair! 
5. Spray hair with hair spray and pin any loose stray hairs in place ( I was in a rush so skipped this stage... that's why mine is a mess!) 

Tip: If you have short hair then tease your pony tail as this will create the illusion of having more hair while giving you a bigger bun! (Laughing a little to myself as I accidently typed bum instead of bun! )

Sorry for the small photos, blogger is being a pain. But on the plus side at least you can't see my spots now! 

Tanesha x

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30 comments:

  1. My hair is long but fine so thank goodness for bun sponges! They are my saviour and this is my staple hair do xo

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  2. This is better than the 'doughnut' Thanks for sharing :)xx

    sunshineandrainfashion.blogspot.co.uk

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  3. Love it!
    A lot of kisses, http://zapatodetacon.blogspot.com.es/

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  4. Thank you so much for visiting our blog!
    Love the ballerina bun. Im thinking of
    doing the ballerina bun for tomorrow's post(:
    Thanks for sharing.
    Would you like to follow each other??
    Hope to hear from you soon<3

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  5. nice one!! :) great job, i love things with hair which u can do it yourself


    maybe you'd like to visit my and find some inspirations www.fancyicon.blogspot.com

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  6. Really cute hairstyle and thanks for the sweet comment, good luck on your exam results, I should get mine in August! xxx

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  7. Love having my hair in a bun and it's great when you get that perfect bun. Lovely post. :)

    Vanese
    http://vanzthemachinee.blogspot.co.uk/
    x

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  8. that is a great tutorial! love your ballet bun!

    xo,

    wardrobe girls

    www.wardrobesimetandliked.com

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  9. I always want to try this!

    And I hope when I do, its as easy as how you make it look here! I'm a bit clumsy so it may not be as pretty as yours!


    oxo

    ML
    Twenty York Street
    www.twentyyork.com
    Follow me in Twitter: @20YS

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  10. Sabes que es muy cómodo para hacer el moño? Una goma!! En vez de ponerte las orquillas, con bastante precisión, eso sí, enroscas una goma alrededor del moño y lo sujeta muy muy bien. Un saludo

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  11. thank you for your visit! I fallow you now!

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  12. I should try this bun too, you look lovely with and without the bun : ) Thanks for your sweet comment : )

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  13. Thanks for your visit and comment. Great bun - reminds me of my ballet days but I used one of those 'doughnuts' which seem to have appeared everywhere in the shops again.
    http://missbbobochic.blogspot.co.uk/

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  14. Your hair looks gorgeous in a bun!xx

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  15. Your bun looks great! Thanks for the instructions!

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  16. I love it!!!!

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    xoxo

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  17. great! i want to try this,yes! haha would you like to follow each other?

    http://preciouslovestyle.blogspot.com/

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  18. Great tutorial! I have just started putting my hair in a bun but sometimes it looks so tight and small on my head, so I will have to try making it bigger :) xx

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  19. it's a really good tutorial, I wi'll try it soon! thanks for your comment, would you like to follow each other?
    xx

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  20. Thanks for commenting! If you like my blog- please follow and let me know in a comment. I will be sure to visit and follow your blog! :)

    хохо
    Diana
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  21. I love high buns, but they always pull my hair. any tips?

    xx

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  22. This is wonderful look! High buns are so easy to do I love them! I am much lazier then you so I use a sock bun to create the look ^^ Thanks for sharing !
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  23. My hair is long but I have a lot of layers so doing a bun is a pain in the butt. Thanks for the tutorial though. I just found your blog and it looks gorgeous Im a new subscriber Im looking forward to reading all your upcoming posts!

    xoxo,
    dianaluv.blogspot.com

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  24. You make that look and sound so easy, I will definitely be giving it a go! I am so rubbish at putting my hair up, so any advice is always appreciated haha! :)

    Becky@ beckyleight.blogspot.co.uk
    xxx

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  25. such a beautiful 'bun'! i'm still desperately waiting for my hair to grow longer so that I can create amazing hairstyles too xo
    would you like to follow each other?
    A
    xx
    http://epiquemoi.blogspot.com

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  26. thank you for this hair tutorial!
    my hair is much shorter now but i would be trying out this bun tutorial.
    i've always been just flipping the ends up and sticking it into the hairband but this looks much nicer !

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  28. I just did a post on hair bun paired with smokey eyes and nude lips look

    Great post

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