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In this video of TVLesson hairstylist Liz Muller shows you how to do a side roll bun updo. Start by rolling one side in to ...
the center at the back. Gather the inside into the roll, twist it upwards and around into a bun.
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On behalf of tvlesson.com, this is Lizbeth Muller from Liz’s Hair Design in Hollywood, Florida. In this clip I’m going to do a side roll with a bun. Ok, so make sure the hair has body that is beneath the cold and roll a set, if it has been, it’s going to be easier to manipulate, and easier to get the hair move. Ok, so take it all the way to the side this way, slow so the roll I’m going to start down here, I’m going to roll it, start rolling it, roll it, roll it, roll it, roll it, roll it this way and I’m going to take this and I’m going to roll that bun. And I want it to be perfectly neat at all. Ok, I want a little bit of that, that little sloppy look is pretty, turn it in like this, and stop pinning it. See with that curl in the hair, notice just how the hair just look fancy already, you don’t have to do too much to it. Just fancy up, keep pinning it down. This pin was a stick up but just push it back in. Ok, I just want to take this here and put a pin here, I want to take another pin and put it over here, and I hide this here. See, if things are too messy you just want to neat it with a comb a little bit, you can always smooth it out, tuck in it, that’s what we do. I want her hair to just drop so slightly here, just drop a little bit ok? I’m going to neat up the bun just a little bit, making it just fancy, the way I want it to look, I want it to get a little, like that piece right there. You know sometimes as we’re playing with it we find that, that we can create something even nicer. Ok, take it, turn it in, tuck in all of the lose ends here in the corner, ok. Pin it one more time here, make sure that you keep all those lose ends from showing, ok? Top it all with a little hair spray. This is how you create the side roll with a lose bun. On behalf of tvlesson.com, this has been Lizbeth Muller and thanks for watching.