Ever got a problem creating a bun out of your very thick hair like mine? Here, I’m going to tell you what helps me making this perfect bun, so read on.. 🙂
There was a time I remember that I don’t like my hair touching my skin anywhere in my body, I know that’s weird but that’s just what I felt that time. It’s like whenever I can feel my hair even in my shoulder, it boils my temper. Hahaha! And since I have a long and thick hair, having it pony-tailed won’t even help. So I looked for something to help me, and here’s what I got…

Tadaaahhh… Xinrong Curler or Sweetheart Curler bun maker.
Steps on how this curler helps me creating a lovely bun (found at the back of the packaging):
1.)  If your hair consist different layer of length, we recommend you secure your ponytail with a rubber band otherwise ignore this step.
2.) Pull hair through the existing gap of the curler and press the intervals for further grasp.
3.) Lift both ends of the curler upwards until the end of hair.
4.) Hold both end of the curler and roll downwards spontaneously.
5.) Adjust to your appropriate tightness as desired and bend both ends into a circular shape.
6.) Gently toggle hair backward to cover the exposed curler.
7.) When the curler is finally concealed, a lovely bun is easily completed in seconds.
So that’s it, you will be able to create such perfect bun in less than a minute 🙂 You can also use the curler to to make a French twist.
How about you? How do you make your own bun? Do you have some tips to create a perfect bun? Share it on the comments below 🙂 xo
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32 Comments

  1. I've seen this on online shops, but I thought it's not gonna hold up my really thick hair. Pero parang okay naman sa hair mo, nagsisisi tuloy ako. 🙂

  2. I have the same thing sis but never used it yet. I bought mine at Robinson's Dept. Store for less than a 100php. Next time talaga gagamitin ko na cos my hair is no longer straight these days. Bumalik na sa pagiging wavy. Uff!

  3. I bought a similar one for my girls kaso ang hirap gamitin. Kasi para syang tong. Mas maganda ata yung ganyan na may butas lang.

  4. I've seen this in different online shops but never bothered to check how to use it. Now I know!

    I just do the traditional ponytail whenever I want my hair up. 🙂

  5. I saw this at Landmark and thought about buying it. But my hair is too long and thick that I don't think it can hold it up. Hahaha! It would be nice though if something like this can hold up my hair.

  6. I also have this! 😀 Funny nga lang, I bought this last May pa but I only got to use it once since I had my hair cut short after a week. Haven't used my magic bun ever since, but I'm looking forward to wearing it again when my hair grows longer 🙂

  7. It looks great! I always make it with an old sock 😀
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  8. It makes a great bun! I also have long thick hair. I usually use a claw clip or a few large hair pins. However, neither is perfect. I think I'll try this!

  9. I've seen this thing, but i dont know how to use it! thanks for the information!! gonna try this soon~

    Cheers~^^
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  10. Omg this is amazing! Not that I have very long hair but these days, I've been putting it up since I get hot and bothered with all this heat here. hehe. Will see if I can get a hold of one here. 🙂

  11. We also have something like this in Europe to make a perfect bun.. 😀 you know things as simple as these invention that makes our life a little bit easier ! 😀

  12. Wow love it totally. Unfortunately my hair too short to even make a pony, let alone a bun. It's looking gorgeous on you though! xx <3

  13. nahirapan ako hanapin kung san maglalagay ng comment hehe 😀

    Anyway Im looking for this one its always out of stock sa pink box urg!

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