Twisted Bun Updo

Lately I’ve been stumped on what to do on N’s hair. I washed and moisturized her hair. Since, I had a bloggers version of a writers block lol. I decided to just grab a comb and begin freestyle parting. Surprisingly, it came out nice.

Twisted Bun Updo

Twisted Bun Updo

Twisted Bun Updo

I started by dividing her hair in half (ear to ear.)

I began creating freestyle cornrows, on the back of the hair. I made some swirly kind of parts, and straight. With freestyle parting anything goes, be creative with your parting and just let it flow.

Once, I reached the hair off of the scalp. I began to form a two strand twist. Twirl your finger to prevent the twists from unraveling.

Twisted Bun Updo

Once the back was complete, it was time to work on the front. Again, I did not create a clear design. I created random braids, and two strand twist the ends. Remember, the key is focus on your parting. The neater the part, the more nicer the style will become.

 Twisted Bun Updo

 Finally, I placed all of the twists in a ponytail holder. I wrapped the twists to form a bun, and tucked the ends so that it won’t show.

Tip: You can also use a sock bun or filler to help the bun to look more fuller/thicker.

 Simple & Stylish!

Twisted Bun Updo

  I added the tiara, to show that this style is perfect not only for bigger girls/adults, but even the little ones.

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Kandy

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