DIY // The vintage hair bun tutorial

DIY // The vintage hair bun tutorial
The vintage bun tutorial

Recently I have received many questions about my hair and I have to thank you folks for all your kind words and comments. To answer some of your questions; I do not dye my hair and I think this is mainly the reason why it is so healthy and shiny. In the past I dyed it for some years and it was terrible. Frizzy, dry and burnt!!!
Since I stopped dying it and kept my natural copper-brown colour my whole world changed. It is not frizzy or difficult to manage and to be honest I don’t have to blow dry it anymore. I let it dry naturally in the air and get that shiny look and soft sense. Also I dont use conditioners or hair masks since I find that they make my hair oily very quickly. Please bare in mind that I am not an expert and I dont know if my advice applies for everyone, but since you asked me that is my hair care routine.
Enough with the talk though; lets do something funny like this vintage hair bun tutorial! It’s very easy to do ladies, so give it a go!

Step 1: Choose your favourite headband. I got mine Natbeesfashion shop. Wrap the headband around your head and leave some hair sections around your face, that way it looks more natural.

Step 2: Get a hair section and wrap it around the elastic band not too tight, not too loose.

Step 3: Keep wrapping around and around the headband as many hair sections as you can from the one side and then start doing it from the other side as well.

Step 4: When you have all your hair sections wrapped around the elastic band then secure them with bob pins.

Step 5: Your gorgeous vintage hair bun is ready. Easy peasy!




Anastasia is a Greek in Scotland via England! She’s passionate about life in Aberdeen, exploring new places and petting dogs. When not working she runs Natbee’s and enjoys countryside walks with her puppy Cruz.

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