I’ve been wearing this pretty look for months and its somewhat become a signature look. It seemed that the more I wore it, the more convinced I felt that I NEEDED to share how I get it to look that way!
This look is super chic and a great style for medium/shoulder length and longer naturals. Try this hair style this weekend; I guarantee you’ll have at least one admirer
Items Used For Hairstyle
Transcript of This Video
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Hi! My name is Cass from cassandrebeccai.com where I teach you how to manage Afro-textured hair.
Today, I’m going to show you how I do my super-duper high bun. I’ve been getting this request for months now and I’ve decided now after I’ve taken my Marley Twist Out that it’s a great time to do this hairstyle.
Now, the first thing that you need to do for this hairstyle are a few elastics, actually just one, and lots of bobby pins.
Step 1: Brush hair up into a ponytail.
Step 2: Place ponytail holder over ponytail and half your head.
Step 3: Secure band with bobby pins or comb.
Once you get the band tightly around half your head, you want to take either some bobby pins or what I’ve been using, these combs. I use this comb to help secure the elastic. I don’t want the elastic to roll and become smaller. I want it to stop at a certain point. So, I use the comb as a stopper for the elastic. I’ll show you what I mean. Do it on the other side.
Step 4: Move ponytail holder towards front of head.
Okay, now that I have the stopper, I’m going to slowly move the elastic up towards the front of my head. As you can see, the comb is stopping the elastic from rolling up any further which is exactly what I want.
Step 5: Grab ponytail up towards the front of head and tuck the ends under.
Take my hair like this and I fold it over in the front like this, kind of tuck it under and roll it… And, pin it.
Step 6: Smooth your edges.
So, I’ve just taken my head tie off to smooth out my edges and the hairstyle is complete but, I like to make it really look pretty by putting in one of my combs or today, I feel like putting in a flower.
There you go. If you have any questions about this style or want to know where I got some of my items like the hair elastic or whatever, you can find me at cassandrececcai.com. I’ll have that information for you. And, if you do have any questions, just put them in the comments below and I will get back to you as soon as I can.
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