Textured Bun With Twisted Bangs

Hi curliesss, 

Hope you all are having a Fab day??!!! 
Today I’l be showing you guys a very Simple And Quick style. This style was inspired by a good friend of mine, Dumebi of growgrowinggrown a fellow 4c natural hair blogger with gorgeous styles 😍  (see her picture below)

 Girls Go Check Her Out @  Growgrowinggrown.blogspot.nl 

 She called it a “Textured Bun with Curly Front”… When I saw her picture, I fell in love with this style and had to recreate it. She got her bang/fringe curls from perm roding but mine is a twist-out.   

Textured Bun with curly Fringe/bangs

Lets begin, get your products ready!!!πŸ˜‰

 YOU WILL NEED;

– Black Bobby pins ( about 10 or depending on how many puffs you want in your bun), Leave-in Conditioner, Daily Moisturizer, water in Spritz bottle, a styler gel to hold your curly bangs, coconut oil to take down twists, wide tooth comb, hair accessory (optional)    

Products And tools

  DIRECTIONS: 

– Spritz Hair with little water so it softens/manageable.

– Apply Leave in conditioner and a moisturizer, then detangle with a wide tooth comb. 

– When properly detangled, basically you cut out a little section infront for your bangs/ Front curls, then you create a puff with the remaining hair behind, make sure its not tight At all.   

secure puff and bangs

  – When puff is secured, you cut out a small piece by the edge, detangle, twist it (like in picture below) and place the tip down to your scalp then You secure it with a bobby pin. πŸ˜‹ got it???πŸ˜’ ( roll, tuck and pin) simple. ☺️

Roll/ twist

  

tuck her in

– Repeat this all round the puff to get your textured bun.   

Roll, tuck and pin!! πŸ˜„

THE BANGS /FRONT

– Spritz the front with little water (just to get her damp, not soggy so she dries fast)  

– Cut out a piece, Apply styler Gel( I used Cantu twist &lock gel), detangle and two-strand twist it.   

Twists Little Sections for more definition

– Repeat this till your done twisting the front. You can also try other curl defining methods like bantu knots, braid-out, rod set, or you shingle with gel.   

 To make your bangs long and not shrunkenπŸ˜‚ 😊 you have to pull it down and pin the base, like this(see pictures below)  

Use a bobby pin

stretch and pin down

Pin base for elongation

All Pinned and ready to dry. It took about 2hrs to dry. When completely dry take out pins, use coconut oil to take the twists out, separate for fullness & fluff roots. DoneπŸ˜ƒ!

  

Side View

  

Back View

  

Top View

  

Front View

Hope you all enjoyed this tutorial?πŸ˜„ Let me know what you think in the comment section😚. Please don’t forget to check my girls page πŸ˜‰ and Follow my BBM channel HERE

Thanks and Stay Blessed! 


   

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19 Comments

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19 responses to “Textured Bun With Twisted Bangs

  1. Tofunmi

    my hair is not this long but will see if it can do the style. I love it. (BTW we have the same spray bottles lol) thanks for the post

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  2. Hahahah you just made my day. I love it!! Thank you so much for the feature!! ☺️☺️😊😊

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  3. damilola

    Lovely would try it soon…Pls what dye did you use to colour your hair. I love it!!!

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  4. I always check dumebi’s blog. U know everybody o. Lol. I wud try this out. Ur hair colour just made the style more beautiful. Well done

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  5. Paula

    This is sooo pretty, definitely a must try. :*

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  6. Edidiong Akpanette

    Lovely. Will try it soonest.

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  7. Gbemi

    Lovely ! The definition of your twist out is perfect. Its a nice style altogether 😍

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  8. I like this a lot. The bun I can recreate but I’m not so sure about the bangs because of the length of my hair.
    Nonetheless this is a pretty hairstyle.

    http://www.thelifeofbey.wordpress.com

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  9. Hannah

    Lovely #teamnaturalhair#

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  10. Raola

    I love this tutorial.
    Do you colour your hair regularly?
    And what dye product did you use for this red colour?

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