A donut bun will hold best in second or third day hair, since it's not as slippery. Their benefit is that the material mimics the color and texture of natural hair.
This process is really very easy to make a bun. Thanks for this beautiful post. This comment has been removed by the author. Ah, thanks so much for posting this. My little girl got a doughnut for Christmas and I am clueless about all things hair and haven't been able to put it in successfully until today. We especially liked the bit about "smushing it all around". Have you seen this hot new hair invention?
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Thanx so much for this wicked info,I've waited ages to finally find out how to use these. I have long hair so i put a second band over the donut once I've smooched it round and then with the excess hair i bring it to the bottom, plait it, wind it around and push the end under. It gives you a nice bun and a plait where the band is and hides any loose bits. I've never donated my hair for cancer victims, because it was always colored.
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Pages Home About How to Contact. Use a hair doughnut. Here's a really easy hair how to, which takes five minutes, looks a LOT more complicated than it actually is, and will give you ace party hair! It works on any hair type and is actually really good for fine hair that struggles to stay in updos and gives you a massive fun bun, like this All you need is some kirbys, some hair spray and a hair doughnut also known as a hair donut or sponge which looks exactly as it sounds. Mags 21 December at Ingrid 21 December at Alex 21 December at Claire French for Cupcake 21 December at Anonymous 7 August at Hollie Galvin 31 December at Anonymous 13 March at Anonymous 11 June at The Furey Follies 22 June at Periodspacecapital 16 July at Evie 26 August at Anonymous 30 August at Stormie 2 October at Anonymous 12 October at Heather Johnson 24 October at Anonymous 16 November at Fran Leanne 3 December at Anonymous 6 January at While holding the sock donut in place at the end of your ponytail with one hand, use your other hand to divide your hair into three or four sections.
Wrap each one around the sock and tuck the ends under of the donut to secure them. You may even wish to backcomb them slightly, then smooth out the top surface before you pin. Roll the sock up toward the base of your ponytail.
With the ends of the ponytail tucked under the sock, slowly begin to roll the sock to the base of your pony. Use both hands to roll so you can keep the hair in place as you go. Secure the bun if necessary. If the elastic is tight enough, the bun may stay all by itself. Especially with short hair, though, use some bobby pins to secure it. Pin up any stray hairs with bobby pins.
With the bun secured, look for any stray, short pieces of hair that have come loose. Smooth them into place with your fingers, and use bobby pins to keep them in place. Spritz your hair with hairspray. Short pieces of hair may need a little help staying in place in your bed.
Use a flexible hold hairspray to lightly mist the bun, as well as the top, sides, and back of your hair, to lock it in place all day. Can I make the sock bun like I would with a donut sponge for my hair?
Not Helpful 0 Helpful 4. Not Helpful 2 Helpful 7. It's not necessary though. Not Helpful 6 Helpful 9. Yes, if it's long enough. Just clip any hair that can't get in the bun to your hair using bobby pins. Not Helpful 5 Helpful 7. Not Helpful 6 Helpful 7. Not Helpful 0 Helpful 1. You do not have to use a sock, you can always use a store-bought donut to make your bun. A sock is just a simple way to make the bun. The sock bun will work with a weave as long as your hair isn't too short; it should reach the bottom of your neck.
Not Helpful 1 Helpful 2. Yes, but you might want to use some extra bobby pins or hairspray if your hair is thick. Not Helpful 3 Helpful 1. You should be able to, it works on pretty much any hair length, but it does depend on your hair texture. Not Helpful 0 Helpful 0. How can I do this if I have thin, short hair?
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By using this service, some information may be shared with YouTube. Quick Summary To do a sock bun with short hair, start by choosing a small sock that matches your hair color and cutting the toe portion off. Did this summary help you? Tips Your hair must be long enough to pull back into a short ponytail. For example, if you dark brown hair, a black sock can work relatively well. If you have blonde hair, a nude colored sock is a good option.
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It suggests you leave the ring at the base of your ponytail and then arrange hair around the ring with hair pins, but then what of the hair left? I tried pinning it around the base of the bun but it just ruined it. Oct 04, · How to Make a Donut Bun. Two Methods: Using a Sock or Form Using Two Hairbands Community Q&A Create a perfectly shaped hair bun using a sock or store-bought form for this trendy and polished look. You can also create a looser, more casual donut using a couple of hair bands%(31). Use kirby grips to secure the hair wrapped round the bottom of the bun. Step 7. Work your way round until it feels secure, and you are sure that the bun (or doughnut) ain't going to fall out.