I've always wanted to become a hairstylist. Whyyyy???
Because I think I'm awesome at doing hair?!
a ha ha! (Good one)
OR because I like doing hair?!
Sadly no, I am none of those things. The truth of the matter is I suck at doing hair, nor do I find it enjoyable. Wanting to become a hairdresser was for selfish reasons, really... I NEED to know how to tame this mane. (Oh, you didn't know I have naturally unfortunate curly hairs? Well. Now you do. Curse my German genes!)
SOOOoooooOoO... why do I feel qualified today to give you this little tutorial? Easy...
But my sister asked so she shall receive...The "Messy-side-bun"
Step one: buy these.
In my legit opinion they are the only way to do this.
Do not use these or these
these definitely no.
Now, create a pouf. I can usually only achieve a pouf if I tease the begeesis out of it along with a sticky mess of hairspray, root lifter, and mousse.
Four or more of these used simultaneously should do the trick.
If that doesn't work maybe you should try Bump-its. I hear they work great (heh heh). If that doesn't work this hairstyle is not for you and you might as well shave your head.
Once your rats nest is poufed to your satisfaction, pull hair to the side and secure with aforementioned rubber band.
I pull it out a little for more volume.
And now for rubber band numero dos.
Somehow... with a little twisty and turny flip-of-the-wrist-action, create your bun. I'm not gonna lie, this step is annoying as hail.
It's usually a little out of control so that's where these come in.
You might love it or you might hate it. I'm not loving this one so this is where I revert back to last weeks successful messy-side-bun picture.Before you go, check my wiggity whack fingers in this picture! Sawweeet.
Now insert flower, if you feel so inclined.
That is all.
Oh, and p.s. turns out, I am a celebrity. Stay tuned to find out how I know this.... 'till next time!!!