How To Use A Hair Donut

Step-By-Step Tutorial

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Happy Monday friends!  Today I’m going to be showing you how to use a hair donut to make a full bun like the one pictured above.

[The beautiful “Tree Of Life” necklace I’m sporting in this post is from Eager Hands Jewelry Etsy Shop]

Hair donuts can be found at most convenience stores that carry hair products.  Don’t feel like going to the store?  No problem!  You can buy one on Amazon by clicking the pictures below.





To begin, put your hair into a high ponytail and secure with a clear elastic.  Then, pull the ponytail through the donut.


Next, spread the hair around the donut making sure to cover the entire donut.


Starting from the back, take the hair that is sticking out away from the donut and gather it around the hair donut.  I like to twist the hair as I go around the hair donut, but you don’t have to.



Once you have wrapped the hair around the hair donut, you can secure the ends with a few bobby pins.  Then, to secure the bun, place several bobby pins all around the bun.



Once you are happy with how the bun looks, pull on the hair going into the bun by lifting with your fingers.  This will keep the hair from sitting flat on your head by creating fullness around the bun.


That’s all it takes!  Pretty simple, and so cute!  If you have any questions about this tutorial please leave them in the comments below.

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