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Must-try buns for bridesmaids

by timetospa May 15, 2014
Must-try buns for bridesmaids

June is nearly here, and with the arrival of summer months comes a season that many women simultaneously desire and dread: the wedding season. Whether you're getting hitched or standing alongside one of your besties as she prepares to tie the knot, weddings present the perfect opportunity to show off those Pinterest-worthy updos you've been tossing around in the back of your head since November. Consider some of these classic coifs next time you attend one of these festive events.

Swirled spin on the pony
To start this beautiful bun from Bellashoot, start by parting your hair to the side and selecting a two-inch strand from the larger portion. Set it aside and arrange the rest of your hair in a ponytail. Next, grab small sections of the pony and wrap it around the hair band, tucking in the ends as you go. Do this until your entire tail has been wrapped, then firmly attach the front section to the bun using the Steiner Jelly Whip Styling Gel - 150 ml, then tucking the excess hairs in the bun.

Cross-hair bun
This unconventional spin on the traditional bun will have wedding-goers drooling as you stand among the party. Start by dividing your hair in half width-wise and creating a bun with the top half of your hair. From there, divide your hair in half length-wise, then cross the right side over to the left and tuck into the bun. Repeat with the left side to create a fun, twisted 'do.


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