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I wanted to show you guys how I do a quick, messy bun when I’m in a hurry. I think messy buns are so easy and effortless looking, plus just cool! I have really fine and thin hair, so this is a perfect tutorial if you have a similar hair type and struggle getting volume and texture in your buns. I hope you enjoy!! xx

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Thank you all for watching my easy messy bun tutorial! I hope you all enjoyed this fast and easy messy bun hair tutorial! This easy messy bun bun is really simple to do — perfect for a morning when you are in a hurry easy messy bun tutorial. Thank you sooo much for watching my easy messy bun tutorial and please subscribe!

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36 replies
  1. Tanya Marler-Ball
    Tanya Marler-Ball says:

    I don’t have a clue how you did that; not a fucking clue. 😉
    Also, I get very confused by people who try to tell me that my dogs should not be my life. Seriously??!! Whatever…

  2. Grace Lim
    Grace Lim says:

    No buns work with my hair like ever it is sooo thin and silky and my hair is even super hard to put into a simple high ponytail. I tried doing this like a million times and it never worked but my hair is just super difficult in general

  3. arigatofu
    arigatofu says:

    THANK YOU so much for this. I make sure I wrapped my hair with the tie every time I make a loop so that it creates a rounder shape. My hair's thinner and finer than yours and there are usually "bald" spots when I tie my hair. Does anyone have any tips other than using a hair product to cover it?

  4. Jordyn Rypstra
    Jordyn Rypstra says:

    I've tried a lot of methods and this is still the easiest and best. My hair is shorter and slightly thicker (or maybe just damaged from going blonde lol) and I like to use your exact method but with an "invisi-bobble", loosen it a bit and then tuck any floppy ends back under the hair tie. I also find if I first put it into a regular pony first and gently back comb the pony with my fingers before attempting the bun, it works great every time! No Bobby pins needed. 🙂

  5. Caileigh Long
    Caileigh Long says:

    It turned out cute finally!!! I actually used dry shampoo instead of hair spray and it worked good on giving it some texture since when my hair is clean it’s harder to do if that makes sense

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