Wide Loopy Bun

Just playin' one day and this is what we came up with. Start with three pony tails on top.
Now you are going to take the pony and take little sections out to make loops.
Make a loop and anchor the loop with a bobby pin.
Do this for all three pony tails to start.
Now take a little and put a loop in between the first loops. You are ONLY using the hair from the pony tail sections.
Take some more hair from the pony tails and loop it in and out to your liking. Using bobby pins along the way to hold it secure.
The results is a beautiful wide loopy bun. Love it!

Have fun with this hair do and remember to post your to our facebook page. I love seeing what you have been doing.

13 comments:

  1. I love this one! I'm definitely trying that one today! :)

    nataliebrimhall@yahoo.com

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  2. Oh so pretty. It almost reminds me of one of those Celtic type things you can get on a ring or a necklace or something. Do you know what I'm talking about? Bee-you-tiful!

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  3. It looks like my favorite hairclip. Only bigger. this is great!

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  4. This one is very pretty!

    Brianna
    www.girlscurls.blogspot.com

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  5. Amazing!!! Now who if I could find someone to try it on, lol

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  6. Very pretty. I'll have to try this one. You are so talented with hair

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  7. SO pretty! can't wait to try some of your styles on my daughters!!!

    what can you recommend for my 7 year old daughter who is going to start basketball next thursday? something out of her face! Thanks!!!!

    Susan
    susanmarie_0411@yahoo.com

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    http://tristansbeautyinabox.blogspot.com/

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  9. This is great; I've been looking for some new styles for my daughter! Excited to try this!

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  10. I have been looking for some new Sunday hair-dos. This is perfect!

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