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Triple Twists and a Bun | Back-to-School Hair

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Triple Twists & a Bun Hairstyle from BabesInHairland.com

First off, the winner of our Curlformers giveaway has been announced.  If you entered, head over to our giveaway post to see if you’re one of the lucky winners.  Thank you to everyone who participated & joined in the fun.  If you didn’t win – don’t forget that Curlformers currently has all their products marked down 15% through the end of August.  They only have a sale once or twice a year, so now would be the time to buy them if you’re “on the fence” about them! :)

So … on with the hairstyle for today!  After Goose got her hair cut, I was anxious to see what we could “still” do with it since it was a foot shorter.  This was one of those first styles we did and it’s also the style I decided I was still bugged by the “knobby bun” thing and so the next time I did her hair, that’s when we came up with our Double Braided Bun for Shorter Hair.

But – despite the issue I have with her bun (because I know it’s probably just me that that bugs!), the style was cute, easy & quick and so we’re still sharing it with you!  Besides, there are so many different ways you can change up this style it hopefully will get your creative juices flowing!  I probably don’t need to give you step-by-step, but since that’s what I do … let’s get started! :)

Step 1 – Part out a long rectangular section of hair

I first made a side part on the left of her head.  Then made another part right down the middle and along the back of the crown, forming the rectangular section. Triple Twists & a Bun Hairstyle from BabesInHairland.com

Step 2 – Make a side ponytail

With the rest of the hair, excluding the rectangle section on top, secure a low side ponytail on the right side of the head.

Triple Twists & a Bun Hairstyle from BabesInHairland.com

Step 3 – Part rectangular section into 3 smaller sections Triple Twists & a Bun Hairstyle from BabesInHairland.com

Step 4 – Make rope braids with each small section

I secured each rope braid with an elastic at the end, but you can do whatever works best with the length of hair you’re working with. If you need help making a rope braid, you can watch our rope braid video here.  You, of course, could do regular braids, or whatever your preference for this step.

Triple Twists & a Bun Hairstyle from BabesInHairland.com

Angle the 3 rope braids back toward the ponytail when you are done twisting them. Triple Twists & a Bun Hairstyle from BabesInHairland.com

Step 5 – Secure twists to ponytail

This obviously could be done all in one step by not making a ponytail beforehand.  But I’m all for having extra things that help secure a hairstyle, and so I usually do things like this! Triple Twists & a Bun Hairstyle from BabesInHairland.com

Step 6 – Braid the ponytail

I left the twists and elastics in and just incorporated them into my braid.  If you’re working with longer hair, they’ll probably peek through the bun a bit which is cool.  Secure the braid with an elastic.

Triple Twists & a Bun Hairstyle from BabesInHairland.com Step 7 – Make a bun

Wrap the braid around to form a bun & secure as needed with bobby pins.  And from this angle, the bun didn’t look too bad, but other angles … knobby! :)   Triple Twists & a Bun Hairstyle from BabesInHairland.com

FINISHED!

Triple Twists & a Bun Hairstyle from BabesInHairland.com

Triple Twists & a Bun Hairstyle from BabesInHairland.com

 

That’s it!  Super easy & great for school.  Let us know what you think! Triple Twists & a Bun Hairstyle from BabesInHairland.com

6 Responses

  1. Seonaid says:

    This is beautiful, I love it!
    Rope braids are my favourite, but my hair is too thick with too many layers to do full head ones. It’s such a good idea to use little ones as accents!
    I just tried it and it add such a nice texture to the smooth hair :)
    Thanks! x

    • The Mom says:

      Awesome that you already tried this & that you like how it turned out! Always love hearing successes! Thanks for letting us know! :)

  2. Kristin says:

    I like this. I think I might have to try it on my daughter.

  3. Angenette says:

    Cute. I think we’ll do this for first day of school next week.

    Also, super bummed I didn’t win the giveaway.
    oh, well… Still my favorite hair blog. :)

  4. amanda says:

    why can i not do a rope braid!!! ive tried and i just cant get it what am i doing wrong!! lol

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