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    Default Re: September 2018: Spock Bun

    Pretty buns!

    GrowlingCupcake oh wow, that fork
    Knee by 'Nineteen - hooray! Tiny trim and now onto Calf!
    Picky scalp but easygoing hair - phew

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    Default Re: September 2018: Spock Bun

    It's a really great bun for thin hair, I got it at first try and I'm amazed how secure and not so tight it is at the same time.

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    Default Re: September 2018: Spock Bun

    Got it on the first try. Talk about a head eating bun though! This thing look huge. I love it. No pics because I can't take pics of the back of my head. Next steps: try this with a flexi and see if amish pins will work, too. I barely had enough length though.
    Last edited by Techmouse; October 13th, 2018 at 08:52 PM.

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    Default Re: September 2018: Spock Bun

    How long does hair need to be for this?
    Started growing at 42. Always admired and wanted long hair. Thrilled to find waves!!!

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    Default Re: September 2018: Spock Bun

    how long does this hold for ?

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    Default Re: September 2018: Spock Bun

    Quote Originally Posted by Corvana View Post
    An attempt was made! Definitely way too short still. First I had to modify it into a "peace" bun instead of a Spock bun, and then... it immediately started exploding.

    How long does hair have to be for this one?
    Started growing at 42. Always admired and wanted long hair. Thrilled to find waves!!!

    2b-F-ii

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    Default Re: September 2018: Spock Bun

    It depends on the thickness of your hair (and I guess hand/finger size as well) but I can do it easily with waist length hair that’s on the thin side. This bun slips out after a couple of hours for me though. I need to figure out how to get it tighter.

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    Default Re: September 2018: Spock Bun

    Quote Originally Posted by pathetic View Post
    It depends on the thickness of your hair (and I guess hand/finger size as well) but I can do it easily with waist length hair that’s on the thin side. This bun slips out after a couple of hours for me though. I need to figure out how to get it tighter.
    Thank you. Maybe I can do it, then. My hair is very slippery, though.
    Started growing at 42. Always admired and wanted long hair. Thrilled to find waves!!!

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