10 responses

  1. Skin Care Consultant
    December 19, 2012

    I thought buns can ruin your hair? I don’t usually style in buns (unless required) since it makes my hair wavy but you inspired me try doing it often. What is the required hair length to make a perfect bun?

    • Michelle
      December 20, 2012

      The only ways buns will ruin your hair is if you put them in too tightly. The hair follicles can be damaged this way. It’s good to protect your hair with buns as long as they are loose enough not to cause tension on the hair follicle.

      as long as you can tuck your ends under, you can do a bun. They have bun makers to help out to make the bun fuller. I think Con Air makes one

  2. tiashauntee
    December 4, 2012

    I am so tempted to go back to bunning this entire winter season. It was so easy and didn’t take much time at all. I am trying to challenge myself to do more updo but they can be very time consuming.

    • Michelle
      December 4, 2012

      I agree. I’m just getting a wee bit tired of the bunning! I’ll make it through though. Then I’m going back to wash ‘n go’s for a bit

  3. Jennifer Kemndy
    December 3, 2012

    Good for you for doing a protective style challenge! Your hair looks great!

    Buns are always a major FAIL for me! When I wear my hair out or in buns, I have lots of matting. Do you twist your hair up at night?

    • Michelle
      December 3, 2012

      Hi Jennifer-

      Nope I don’t twist at night. I leave it in a loose bun when I don’t have twists already in. I just sleep on a satin pillow case.

      I recently got a locsoc to cover my head when i do have twists and braids in so I’ll be sharing on that soon.

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