Tutorial: How To Make a Donut Bun

Alyssa François | 22 April 2016
10mins Style Easy

Whipping your hair into a neat bun has never been so easy.

Getting the perfect top knot can be really tricky at times. You know, that uneven, lop-sided looking finish after you wrap your hair into a knot? You try and you try again, but no luck! Annoying. Why don’t we nip that in the bud with a donut bun hairstyle? Kudos to whoever created this clever bun donut! Seriously, there’s no excuse to have a sloppy bun anymore, and thankfully there’s no need to. Whether you want a neat top knot as a casual style or for a formal occasion, we’ve broken down how you can create a donut bun at home with these simple steps.

Stylish and Easy Donut Bun

1

Create a high ponytail.

Before you create your style, you’ll want to start with clean and conditioned hair. Try out the Suave Moroccan Infusion Shine Shampoo and the Suave Moroccan Infusion Shine Conditioner. Make sure your hair is at least 90%. Then pull hair up into a high and tight ponytail. The crown of your head is the ideal area for this hairstyle. Secure hair in place with a hair tie.

 

 

 

2

Slide donut bun onto your hair.

Slide donut over your ponytail, making sure it sits in place right over the hair tie.

 

 

 

3

Let the bun sit at your hair.

Bun donut should sit on top of your hair tie as shown in the image above.

 

 

4

Split hair into two sections.

Separate the middle of your ponytail into two sections. This will make the bun process easier. During this step you can your brush hair to remove any tangles.

 

 

 

5

Wrap hair around.

Take the free ends from each section and wrap the hair around the bun donut, making sure it’s fully covered —gotta’ hide your secret weapon!

 

 

6

Secure with hair pins.

Tuck in the ends of your hair to hide them, then secure your bun in place with hair pins.

 

 

8

Finish with some hairspray.

Finish off your stylish bun by giving it a bit of hold and to calm flyaways with some hairspray like the TREsemmé TRES Two Extra Hold Hair Spray.

 

 

 

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