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How to Create a Bun using Clip In Hair extensions

How to Create a Bun using Clip In Hair extensions
Authored By Cliphair Extensions

To achieve this hairstyle you will need:

What you need...

  • A Hair Band
  • A Hair Brush
  • Loads of Kirby Grips/Bobby Pins
  • Luscious locks or hair extensions (I used the 18” Ombre Double Weft from Clip hair)
  • A hair donut/ or a sock with the toe cut off
  • Hairspray
Step 1
Step 1. Clip in your hair extensions (if needed) placing 2 lines about 1-2 inches from the hair line at the nape of your neck. As these are going to be pulled up into you’re a ponytail clip them in upside down (the opposite way to how you usually would) so you don’t get bumps.
Step 2
Step 2. Also apply to the sides of your head, again clipping them in to replicate the direction your hair will go once it has been pulled into a ponytail.
Step 3
Step 3. Pull your hair into a ponytail – the position can vary depending on the type of bun you want (i.e. for a wedding you could wear the bun to one side).If you want your hair to be sleeked back, rather than a messier or casual bun then lightly brush your hair into the ponytail (be careful of the clips).
Step 4
Step 4. Spray a bit of hairspray on to your hair brush and then brush down any flyaway hairs.
Step 5
Step 5. Place the donut/sock around your ponytail, pushing your hair through the centre.
Step 6
Step 6. Lift the donut/sock to the end of your ponytail.
Step 7. Start wrapping your hair round the donut, turning it in on itself and continue until you have reached the base of your ponytail.
Step 8. Make any adjustments to the bun that might be needed i.e. there may be some bumps or a bit that isn’t as covered.
Step 9. When you are happy pin it in place.
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