Saturday, May 12, 2012

Hair Bun Tutorial using 1721 Perfect Bun Maker (Sponge)

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Here's my second tutorial on 1721 hair accessories. This time I'll be showing you how to do a japanese hair bun/ donut bun.

First, you should have the following: a bun maker, 2 hair elastics, multipurpose pin/ bobby pins and a ribbon (optional).

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1. Tie your hair into a ponytail using a hair elastic. Make it higher if you want your bun to be a bit more visible in front.

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2. Place the bun maker over the elastic.

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3. Divide your hair into two portions as seen below. This is actually done while your head is bent down so as to keep your hair steady.

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3. From the two portions of hair, carefully spread your hair to completely cover the bun maker. Again, this is done while your head is bent down.

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4. When you're done, place another hair elastic over your bun.

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5. Wrap the bun with the rest of your hair and secure with a multipurpose pin or even just bobby pins.

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6. Add a ribbon and you're all set!

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Another photo of me wearing the bun maker taken several weeks back.

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Thank you 1721! Visit their site here

11 comments:

  1. Awesome tutorial! I'm going to try this. Loving the blog!

    Rebecca
    http://basse-couture.blogspot.ca

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  2. Wow! This is really helpful!! :) Where can I buy a bun maker?

    Much love ♥
    Airish
    http://www.chictopia.com/gorgeousglance

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    1. E-bay, or H&M is currently selling them, although they don't come with instructions so probably no one knows what they're for.

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    2. E-bay probably has them. H&M is also currently selling them.

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    3. Hi Airish! You can get one from 1721 online shop. You can visit the Facebook link here. :)

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  3. Oh my gosh thank you! I just googled this for an hour and out of all the tutorials I found, yours is the BEST :-D This is the one I will be following!

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  4. Thank you sooo much the one on the back of my bun maker dosent make any sense but yours really helped

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  5. I have thick hair so a lot of hair is to be tied that doesn't look very neat what should I do

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