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When i tell people that my hair has a mind of its own, they tend to roll their eyes, well ha! I finally have proof **nods twice** Below is an interesting tale of how my hair decided to style itself from a ‘layered’ top bun to a bow.
Over the weekend, i went to the #HeARTExperienceToronto to support my sister who organized the event. I opted for a top bun to change up my style, as i usually wear my hair in a ponytail. To achieve the style:
1. I moisturized with ORS Creme Headdress and sealed with grapeseed oil
2.I brushed my hair to the top of my head where i want the bun to be with a soft bristle brush
3. I secured the hair with a band and tugged gently at the ends to push it downward
4. I sectioned the ponytail into 4 and wrapped each section (in opposing directions) into a bun. I layered and tucked in excess hair with bobby pins.
5. After completing the bun, i brushed up the sides and finished with a hairspray. Below is the finished look.
As i didn’t fully layer my hair (picture 2 above), the space inside the bun got wider, largely from running frantically to catch the bus. At the event, i kept receiving compliments and I noted that when people made eye contact, seconds later, they will stare just above my head. I decided to use my phone to take a look at what they were staring at and to my amazement, the bun has morphed into a bow! I took the shot below to document this ‘phenomenal’.
The next day, I was able to recreate the style by following all the steps above,
particularly the running frantically to catch the bus transit part. To achieve the bow, i left a little opening at the top of the bun when i layered the sections of hair. After tucking excess hair away, i gently widen the opening with my index fingers till i get the desired bow structure. I finish the look with hairspray to prevent frizz.