So you'll probably remember last year and possibly even the year before that, but sock buns were incredibly popular! I was totally on board with the trend until I realized with all my hair I'd have a bun the size of Texas, so I just put my little donut hole back in my drawer and went on my way! Well fast forward to a few weeks ago and it was hot and as you have have noticed I have a lot of hair - so I tried to figure out a way to put my hair up without it looking messy and somehow came up with a little updo that involves NO HEAT and only 4 "tools!"
After you've brushed your hair out and it's untangles go ahead and throw it into a ponytail - I prefer to have it in the middle of my head.
Place the donut at the base of your pony tail and pull it through. Flip your hair over and spread it evenly around the base and then place a hair tie to secure it down.
Once you've secured your hair move it out of your face and start wrapping!
You'll want to take smaller sections to wrap so that the bobby pin will stay in place. Feel with the bobby pin so that you're pushing it through either an opening of the donut or the bottom of the ponytail.
Keep wrapping - this part will depends on how much hair you have. I have a ton so it takes more bobby pins that I care to admit, but once you've securely put all your hair in place smooth it out with hair spray and a small comb.
This has been my go-to summer hair style because it gets all that hair out of my face and off my neck, which keeps me cool!
Last year I had a few hairstyles that I wanted to master and the one that I'm going attempt next is the beachy waves look! I've found a few tutorials that I really liked specifically the Tone It Up Girls video found here, but this one also looks really easy.
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