Creating A Ballerina Bun Using A Hairnet, A Stocking And A Scarf

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We know its not Halloween but this version of a ballerina bun was way too cute and a great hairstyle for those hot summer days. Sometimes you have to get a little creative with medium length hair because, you find your self with hair that is too long to do those cute styles a TWA would be perfect for and then too short to make sleek buns or some up do styles.

Miss Joyce did her bun using a hair net to keep the hair looking sleek and matted into shape. Doing a bun this way might be a matter of preference because if someone said, you can create a bun using a hair net and you would have to wear the hair net out and about, you might be a little apprehensive.

Before you say no though watch the video, her bun looked amazing and it might be something you would consider if you just need a sleek bun for the day. Now if you are not a hair net kind of girl and you want the same look on your medium length natural hair, just buy some Marley hair to wear over your own hair.

Adding hair to yours helps to make your buns alot bigger than if you tried to force your own hair into a bun. Take the opportunity to do some protective styling without all the extra tension and frustration.

If your hair is a little longer and you can fit it over a donut bun, you can always do a sleek bun using one of those. They come in all shapes and sizes and you are bound to find one that fits your hair. They are sold at your local beauty supply store or Sallys, or you can just watch a tutorial and make one for your self.

Check out the bun tutorial below:


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Hi I'm Petra Lomax , a staff writer and editor for BlackHairInformation.com . I am Jamaican born and raised and moved to the United States in my early 20's. I have a BA in Political Science and International relations as well as an MBA and a Masters In Project Management. I love travel, culture and anything that has to do with creative media and business.

About Petra


Hi I'm Petra Lomax , a staff writer and editor for BlackHairInformation.com . I am Jamaican born and raised and moved to the United States in my early 20's. I have a BA in Political Science and International relations as well as an MBA and a Masters In Project Management. I love travel, culture and anything that has to do with creative media and business.

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Shalonda Lee Hood

That is really cute. I’m going to try this tomorrow night.

Priscilla Kasongo

wonderful!!!

Nicole Patrice Porter

Cute

Erica Livingston

My daughter has been transitioning for 10 months and has her ballet recital tomorrow. I’m definitely trying this tonight.

Marquette Long

Too cute and easy. Yes sir im trying it

Sheree Brown

Cute and easy….can’t wait to try it!!!

Artra Veal

This is nothing new but different. Been sporting those buns off and on for over 20 years now except I used a sock. That sock that you cannot find a mate too that the dryer somehow mysteriously ate. LOL!

Phoenix McGee

Genius! Kml

Christy Kake Williams

Cute!

Artra Veal

Beautiful!!! And I’ve been using a sock all these years.

Gigi Elisabetta

Pretty cool

Miesha McCray

Umm no. So u have to walk around with hairnets on all day. Not my cup of tea. Sorry

Miesha McCray

Umm no. So u have to walk around with hairnets on all day. Not my cup of tea. Sorry

Sarah Theodore

Omg that was so easy. Wasn’t difficult as I thought it would be.

Gail Dargan

I love this, but do I remove the ped stocking after taking off the scarf?

Dacia Mackinnon

I can try this!