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DOUBLE ROPE BRAID BUN

Some days you put your hair up in a ballerina bun or a sock bun and it just looks… blah. This tutorial shows us how to add volume + texture to a bun in order to make it a little more interesting. We’re basically using 2 rope braids to create the bun which still looks […]
  • Kaitlyn Brianne

    bigger, better buns, double rope braid bun #rope #braid #bun #pretty #hair #styles #hairstyles

  • Judith Filz

    DIY Bun long hair braids bun how to diy hair diy bun hairstyles hair tutorials easy hairstyles

  • Abbie O

    An easy way to dress up a plain bun, adding volume and texture to your hairstyle. Great for long hair. #bun

  • Alison Bortz

    DOUBLE ROPE BRAID BUN- @Georgia Cunningham- this could be a good up do for Julia Lona, looks like thick hair could hold in this and its cool looking... more to come :)

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