Now that I look at it, the bun’s not actually that low… oh well XD

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Messy Side Bun Hair Style Instructions
This style is another variation on the messy curled buns I’ve bene in love with lately.
Start by pinning your fringe out of the way.
Take a very small section of hair at the front top and twist it backwards and away from your face tightly.
After you twist a little, grab the section of hair below it and twist that in too.
Take a bobby pin and slide it inside the twist and close to the scalp so it holds the whole twist in place.
Continue twisting backwards while you add other sections of hair as you go.
You should start aiming the twist towards you ear.
Every few twists add another pin to hold it in place.
Once you reach just behind your ear add a final pin and move on to the next step.
Brush the non-twisted side of your hair over to the twist side.
Pin it in place.
Clip the already twisted hair up and out of the way for the moment.
Fluff up the rest of the hair with your fingers to give it some volume.
Take the top half of the hair and scrunch it up to the side of your head.
The curls will form loops and interesting structures.
Pin it all in place.
Make sure not to cover the original twist.
Do the same with the bottom half too. I find that rather than scrunching this section I like to fold it to form a loop with the ends hanging down.
Again, pin it in place.
Unclip the twisted part of the hair and fold/scrunch that up to where the twist ends.
Then… you guessed it, pin in place.
And that’s all there is to it, a gigantic relaxed side bun which looks quite impressive but really didn’t take much effort at all.
This style looks great with some ribbons or lace threaded through.
Perfect for Spring or Summer.
I hope this was a useful video, please check out the blog post linked in the description for more information and tutorials.
Thanks so much for watching.

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