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Monday, 8 November 2010

Parrisian Messy Hair Bun


Once i go to Paris, i extremely adore their hair (moreover their messy stylish hair). Other hair style that i very fond of is their Messy Hair Bun. Dont you envy seeing this ?


Then, after i seeing and browsing, i find this article from experienceparisienne.com (you have to see this web) and ta da... i find usefull tips to get those bun easily :)






Step #1: Make your hair dirty. “I wash my hair only once a week,” admits C. “When your hair is too clean, it won’t stay put.” After showering, she massages in eitherAveda Pure Abundance Hair Potion or a homemade spray, made with one part sea salt, three parts water and a few spritzes of leave-in conditioner. “It makes my hair piece-y enough to work with,” she says.

(During the week, C. uses dry shampoo to keep her hair from getting greasy. Rene Furterer Naturia is her favorite. “And it smells like roses!” she says.)

Step #2: Next, pull together your hair and hold it straight up (“like Lucky Troll Doll,” she laughs).

Step #3: Then twist your hair down to a few inches above the crown.

Step #4: Wrap your hair around itself until it forms a loose bun, right on top of your head.

Step #5: Pin the bun in place with bobby pins. “Anywhere from four to eight, depending on how thick your hair is,” C. says. “You want it loose but secure.”

Step #6: Finally, pull loose strands of hair from the nape of your neck and around your face to make it look like you’ve worn the bun all day (or even slept in it!) And there you have it: That certain je ne sais quoi.

I repost this from here

Much thankies dear


9 comments:

Mei said...

I love everything that's related with messyness <3 thanks!!

Diana Mieczan said...

I am all about French buns
Kisses

Emma said...

Ooh, looks great! Effortless chic. x

Bad Taste Toast said...

I love it! But my hair never stays like that ^^

With Love, Elle said...

if only i got such long n luscious hair lol

xoxo elle

Janelle Haskin said...

I love this look so much! Sadly my hair is a choppy layered mess so the pieces would be everywhere and it just wouldn't work out. One day I will try this! ;)

xoxo
Janelle

rezkaocta said...

ehm..although..i wear veil, i guess i intrstd to try it at home.
:,D
nice!

Missy said...

I love this hair do, alas my hair does not want to play. It is curly and unruly! Nevermind though! `lovely blog!

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xxx

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