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    Default A "poster"

    Is there anywhere, I can find a "poster" or something with every bun imaginable - preferebly with how to's?

    The thing is, that sometimes I see a bun with a tutorial - and can't remember the name - so I can't find the tutorial again.
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    Default Re: A "poster"

    I'm skeptical that something like this is out there - but if anybody on the forum has the time and resources to create something like this, I'd buy it!!!
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    I've never heard of one but it would be neat.

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    Default Re: A "poster"

    Make a bun diary. I don't think they could fit them all on a poster...Maybe stamp sized pictures on a super king sized blanket...

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    I suspect it would end up being a very large poster.......

    In the meantime, try the Hairstyle Dictionary.
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    Default Re: A "poster"

    No, but you could go through the "articles" / "hair styling" section here on LHC and look up a lot of buns and howtos that way. If it's still not clear from the article alone, try doing a search on Youtube for that particular bun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seeshami View Post
    Make a bun diary. I don't think they could fit them all on a poster...Maybe stamp sized pictures on a super king sized blanket...
    I agree, but honestly, I think a lot of buns that have been listed on here are kind of redundant. I'm not as in-tune to the intricacies of buns as some seem to be, as evidenced by the fact that I almost exclusively use cinna- and pencil buns I would love a collection of main styles/updoes, not necessarily all of the variations of each.

    I've gone as far as to make a list on a stickynote for my mirror of stuff like: twist, fishtail, cinnabun, gibson tuck, cascade, lace, sock, french twist, etc. to give me ideas in the morning when I'm stumped, but I'd love to be able to stare at a few pictures and say "Hhmm, which of these do I feel like doing with my hair today..."
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    Default Re: A "poster"

    Quote Originally Posted by littleizz View Post
    I agree, but honestly, I think a lot of buns that have been listed on here are kind of redundant. I'm not as in-tune to the intricacies of buns as some seem to be, as evidenced by the fact that I almost exclusively use cinna- and pencil buns I would love a collection of main styles/updoes, not necessarily all of the variations of each.

    I've gone as far as to make a list on a stickynote for my mirror of stuff like: twist, fishtail, cinnabun, gibson tuck, cascade, lace, sock, french twist, etc. to give me ideas in the morning when I'm stumped, but I'd love to be able to stare at a few pictures and say "Hhmm, which of these do I feel like doing with my hair today..."
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    Default Re: A "poster"

    Okay then.

    But then help me - I've seen (and tried) this doe, where you gather the hair, put the fork on the top and then twist the tail. When the open end is up, the rest of the hair goes around. Then the fork goes from the top and down.

    Does any of you know what I'm talking about?
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