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Buns have a lot of personalities. Stiff, sleek buns have a professional vibe, while loose buns signify romantic and carelessness. I think if you combine the two styles into one it becomes graceful. I found a few hair tutorials that falls into this category. Try them out for school, work, or special occasions.

The Twisted Bun

Stylist: Lulu
Hair Length: Medium - Long
Difficulty: Easy
Divide your hair into two sections down the center. Tie the two sections together at the back of your head and start twisting one section, then the other.

The Pull Through Braid Bun

Stylist: Annies Forget Me Knots
Hair Length: Medium - Long
Difficulty: Intermediate
This hairstyle is actually done by sectioning hair. You'll need a handful of clear hair elastics and a hair clip to move through the section.

Rosery Braided Bun

Stylist: Cmpana Mam
Hair Length: Long
Difficulty: Advance
First, set your front hair aside. Then tie back the rest of the hair into a ponytail. Beginning dutch braiding by combining a section of hair from the front and ponytail together. Once you finished braiding. Secure it with an elastic, tuck it into the bun and pin it in place.
I'm quite clumsy when it comes to styling of the hair, so this is like university level of difficulty for me. But I shall prevail! (and hopefully I won't make it into a bird nest like last time...)
@Animaniafreak The first one worked fine for me and I agree the second one is a hassle to take off. Only girls would know what goes behind that perfect bun...
@cindytran I can only do the first one, but it doesn't stay in shape for more than 2 hours, even after I secure it with hairpin :/ The 2nd one I don't know what went wrong, it was just a mess and even harder to unbraid it!
@Animaniafreak same here! I thought the third hairstyle looks doable. i tried it on my coworker's hair and I couldn't even braided half of the bun. I'll have to keep practicing!
@Animaniafreak lol... just keep trying girl, you'll get it. I'm at that place too
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