DIY Knotted Bun Wedding Hairstyle

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As you all know…I love easy hairstyles. It’s so nice being able to throw my hair up and go, and I know many of do too. It feels like I’m constantly running from meeting to meeting, so the bun has become a staple part of my wardrobe. If you’re like me at all, you want your hair and style to represent who you are despite what you’re doing- may that be a coffee date at Starbucks or your wedding.  You want to feel comfortable on your wedding day, just like every other day, so you can truly enjoy every moment without having to fuss over your hair too much.  Thank goodness that Heidi Marie Garrett and Bryce Covey have shared this DIY Knotted Bun tutorial with us! This is a beautiful everyday alternative to a top knot, and it would make the most elegant wedding hair- it is the perfect updo for a bride looking for an elegant style with a casual flair. diy-low-bun-hair-tutorial-bryce-covey-amy-clarke 1) Gather hair to one side and place in a ponytail behind the ear 2) Begin twisting a wrapping the ponytail as if you are tying a knot 3) As you tie the ponytail into a knot, do not pull the tail all the way through 4) Secure the knotted bun with large bobby pins 5) Gently pull and tug the hair from the crown and throughout the bun to create texture and fullness 6) Spray with a finishing product Try it out this quick and easy DIY bun tutorial and let us know how it goes! Instagram your photos, tag us @OnceWed, and use the hashtag #OnceWedDIY.

Photography: Bryce Covey | Makeup: Amy Clarke | Hair: Heidi Marie Garrett  | Creative Direction: Emily Newman for Once Wed | Layout and Graphic: Hannah Lee

7 Responses to “DIY Knotted Bun Wedding Hairstyle”

  1. Sarah

    I don’t understand the second and third steps here…. Did you do a video for this one or do you have another picture?

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  2. rosa

    Hi girls, I love this DIY and shared on my blog with translation to portuguese (I am Brazilian). I gave the credits, of course, but if you have something agains it please let me know. Thanks!

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  3. Alex

    I could not, for the life of me, get this to work in my hair. I have mid back length hair, but I can’t seem to get steps 2 & 3 to work. I can’t get the tail end to not go through the knot. Maybe my hair is too slick?? Maybe not long enough? All I know is that I really want this to work and it isn’t! Can somebody point me to a video of this so I can watch somebody do it?

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