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    Default Re: April 2019 - Variations on Sock Bun

    Looks good wildcat diva!
    I haven't tried it because it will need too many pins to put it up like that.


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    Default Re: April 2019 - Variations on Sock Bun

    Thank you, eresh. It did take a lot of pins.

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    Default Re: April 2019 - Variations on Sock Bun

    My first successful sock bun. It's very... tall.

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    Default Re: April 2019 - Variations on Sock Bun

    Although this isn't a variation on a sock bun it is my first decent looking sock bun. I was shocked that despite having a lot of layering cut into my hair I was still able to cover the entire bun form in the large size. Maybe when my layers get longer I will be able to do the jumbo one I have.

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    Default Re: April 2019 - Variations on Sock Bun

    Quote Originally Posted by jane_marie View Post
    Although this isn't a variation on a sock bun it is my first decent looking sock bun. I was shocked that despite having a lot of layering cut into my hair I was still able to cover the entire bun form in the large size. Maybe when my layers get longer I will be able to do the jumbo one I have.

    It is so shiny !

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    Default Re: April 2019 - Variations on Sock Bun

    I missed these posts....somehow

    Quote Originally Posted by Wildcat Diva View Post
    I’m the only one who has tried the rosettes. I’m not pleased completely with the rosettes. I’ll try again soon.

    That is a very elegant look....that my wispiness would not attain ...or maintain

    Quote Originally Posted by AmaryllisRed View Post
    My first successful sock bun. It's very... tall.
    Gorgeous ....and a great look on YOU.

    I am not a fan of that style on MY pin head and often add scrunchies for a ruffle filler when I do it that way lol

    Quote Originally Posted by jane_marie View Post
    Although this isn't a variation on a sock bun it is my first decent looking sock bun. I was shocked that despite having a lot of layering cut into my hair I was still able to cover the entire bun form in the large size. Maybe when my layers get longer I will be able to do the jumbo one I have.
    Perfect....and shiny....I am in awe


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    Default Re: April 2019 - Variations on Sock Bun

    I kind of like the look at first (around 4:32), the bun form with the rest of the hair flowing around it! That might be a cool style all on its own.

    (I love the tidy look of a bun with a bun form, but no, really, what DO you do with the rest of your hair if it's long??? If you don't want to use it to add rosettes all around the bun and just want a plain bun? Also, I can't imagine intentionally making my bun any bigger!!)

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