Make a simple ballet bun in seconds... no elastic, so fuss. 1. Gather your hair into a high ponytail. 2. Twirl your ponytail and then wrap it into a bun. 3. Take a Twistie pin and hook a little bit of the bun and a little bit of the hair close to your scalp with the open end of the pin. 4. As you turn the Twistie pin in a clockwise direction, you should feel your hair being gathered scalp-hair/bun-hair with each turn. Remember *Tighty Righty - Loosey Lefty* so twist the pin clockwise
The world of fashionable hair styles is overrun by complex designs like ladder braids, too sleek and perfected ballet buns with side fishtails, however, it seems the trend is moving away from tight and sculpted and towards effortlessly sexy.The half bun, AKA, Hun, is the hottest way to style your luscious locks. It's simple and works for almost all hair, especially for those of us who are trying to grow out a fringe or just to cover up a bad hair day.
So romantic and feminine, this style looks stunning plaited softly.When worn for a formal occasion such as a wedding or ball, this style leands itself to the easy addition of diamantes and/or flowers.If you want a very neat ballet plait, start with damp hair and/or use mouse and hair spray.No tension headaches, even with long, heavy hair.Perfect for thick, thin, long and medium length hair.For very heavy, thick or long hair, use 2 long Twistie pins.For fine, thin or medium length hair, use 1 or 2 short Twistie pins.
This style will leave your hair in romantic waves when you take down your hair. Putting your hair up has never been so simple. Keep a Twistie pin one in your change purse! Original Twistie pins are made of moulded steel and will stand up to years and years of...