Sleek Wrapped Bun Is Your Bestfriend in Every Summer

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Everyone wants to have a beautiful hairstyle in the season. Especially in the summer, none of us wants our hair to fall down on anyone’s shoulders and the sweaty bowl we want to say is tied up neatly. However, bun hairstyles are often very boring. However, a sleek wrapped bun is another story. It is a hairstyle that you are willing to wear regardless of your moods. Understanding that spirit, we prepare a step-by-step tutorial that you can follow and make your own buns.

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STEP #1: Prep the Hair for a Sleek Wrapped Bun

For a perfect sleek wrapped bun, preparing your hair is extremely important. We recommend using shampoos and conditioners for curly hair. The Garnier Fructis Sleek and Shine Shampoo and Conditioner are our favorite recently. After shampooing, blow dry your hair, comb it out and untangle. This step will make your hair easier to style and your chances of success are higher. You can dry the hair dry or leave it as wet as you like, but for me, I find it easier to do this for dry hair.

 STEP #2: Make a Ponytail

Step 2 is the most important step. All you need to do is brush up your hair and create a ponytail. However, the key to the success of this hairstyle is that you have to make it as flat as possible. Wherever your hair is frizzy, treat it with a hair gel. The L’Oréal Paris Elnett Satin Strong Hairspray should be your go-to.

STEP #3: Start the Bun

After having a ponytail, turn the hair in a circle and fix it with clips. Keep in mind that you need to hide the ends of your hair to create the perfect sleek hairstyle.

STEP #4: Set Your Hair

Sleek buns are for energetic girls. But for these types of gals, you need to secure your hair as well as possible. Make sure your buns are ready for the whole long day with some more hairspray.

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