Double Bun Instructions

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Double Bun Instructions

Double Bun Instructions

The following steps will take you through the process of a Double Bun using Hare Do.

Roll the 1st Bun (see, Bun with Release).

Slide the Excess Fabric

Slide the Excess Fabric

Extend the Hare Do lengthwise and slide the excess fabric (equally) to both ends forming rosettes.

Mist the Hair

Mist the Hair

Mist the hair with water, apply more to the ends.

Comb the hair smooth.

Slide Underneath Hair

Slide Underneath Hair

Slide one end of the Hare Do underneath the released hair holding the rosette ends in each hand.

Dominant Hand

Dominant Hand

Dominant Hand:

The instructions below are written for a left handed person.

Reverse the hands in the following steps below if you are right handed.

The left hand folds the Hare Do in half and lays the two rosettes on top of each other (evenly) at the right side of the head.

As the right hand holds the rosette ends the other hand combs the hair smooth between the two strands.

Tips:

When finished grasp both ends of the Hare Do to begin rolling the hair

Hold the Strands

Hold the Strands

Hold the two ends as you keep the Hare Do's strands tight against the nape of the neck.

Tips:

Make sure the hair lays smooth between the strands before starting.

Dominant Right Hand:

The folded end is held in the right hand as your other hand holds the rosette ends.

Twist in the Same Direction

Twist in the same Direction

Both hands twist the folded and rosette ends in the same direction (underhand) 1 time clamping the hair.

Twisting Directions:

Folded End:

Form a loop (hole): The thumb pushes the bottom of the loop as the index finger pulls the top open.

Rosette End:

The thumb pushes the bottom rosette as the index fingertip pulls the top rosette forming a handle to twist.

Tips:

Always grip the Hare Do at these two ends.

Retwisting Directions

Retwisting Directions

Retwisting Directions:

Folded End:

The middle fingertip holds and pulls the top of the loop.

Move the thumb pushing the bottom of the loop as the index fingertip pulls the top loop open again.

Rosette End:

The middle fingertip holds and pulls the top rosette.

Move the thumb pushing the bottom rosette as the index fingertip pulls the top rosette again.

Tips:

The two ends make handles to easily twist.

Twisting with three fingers takes practice.

Slide Outward

Slide Outward

Both hands slide the two ends away from the head (upward).

Hair Length Outward Direction
Short (5" or less) straight down (floor)
Middle of neck down
Lower neck down / back
Shoulder blade back (slight angle back)
Middle of back straight back
Waist or longer straight upward (ceiling)
Layered straight upward (ceiling)

Important:

As you slide, maintain tension on the hair by twisting both ends underhand one-eighth of a turn.

This upward slide will allow the hair to be rolled just underneath the first Bun.

Slide Outward

Slide Outward

Keep sliding both ends away from the head (straight upward).

Important:

As you slide, maintain tension on the hair by twisting both ends underhand one-eighth of a turn.

This upward slide will allow the hair to be rolled just underneath the first Bun.

Keep Sliding Outward

Keep Sliding Outward

Keep sliding and STOP with a quarter of a twist at halfway to three-quarters of the hair length.

Hair Length Outward Direction
Short (5" or less) 2" from end
Middle of neck 2" to 4" from end
Lower neck 1/4 from end
Shoulder blade 1/4 from end
Middle of back 1/2 from end
Waist or longer 1/2 from end
Layered shortest layer

Important:

As you slide, maintain tension on the hair by twisting both ends underhand one-eighth of a turn.

This upward slide will allow the hair to be rolled just underneath the first Bun.

Twist in the Same Direction

Twist in the Same Direction

Both hands twist the folded and rosette ends in the same direction (underhand) 1 time rolling the hair.

Twisting Directions:

Folded End:

The middle fingertip holds and pulls the top of the loop.

Move the thumb pushing the bottom of the loop as the index fingertip pulls the top loop open again.

Rosette End:

The middle fingertip holds and pulls the top rosette.

Move the thumb pushing the bottom rosette as the index fingertip pulls the top rosette again.

Important:

As you twist, gently pull back on the hair applying tension for a smooth hair roll.

Maintain this upward pull allowing the rolling hair to stop right underneath the first Bun.

Retwist in the Same Direction

Retwist in the Same Direction

Retwist both ends in the same direction (underhand) 1 time rolling the hair.

Retwisting Directions:

Folded End:

The middle fingertip holds and pulls the top of the loop.

Move the thumb pushing the bottom of the loop as the index fingertip pulls the top loop open again.

Rosette End:

The middle fingertip holds and pulls the top rosette.

Move the thumb pushing the bottom rosette as the index fingertip pulls the top rosette again.

Important:

As you twist, gently pull back and up on the hair applying tension for a smooth hair roll.

Maintain this upward pull allowing the rolling hair to stop right underneath the first Bun.

Remember:

Always twist with two fingers and the thumb.

Keep Retwisting in the Same Direction

Keep Retwisting in the Same Direction

Retwist both ends in the same direction (underhand) 1 time rolling the hair.

Retwisting Directions:

Folded End:

The middle fingertip holds and pulls the top of the loop.

Move the thumb pushing the bottom of the loop as the index fingertip pulls the top loop open again.

Rosette End:

The middle fingertip holds and pulls the top rosette.

Move the thumb pushing the bottom rosette as the index fingertip pulls the top rosette again.

Important:

As you twist, gently pull back and up on the hair applying tension for a smooth hair roll.

Maintain this upward pull allowing the rolling hair to stop right underneath the first Bun.

Remember:

Always twist with two fingers and the thumb.

Keep Retwisting

Keep Retwisting

Retwist both ends in the same direction (underhand).

Important:

As you twist, gently pull back and up on the hair applying tension for a smooth hair roll.

Maintain this upward pull allowing the rolling hair to stop right underneath the first Bun.

Tips:

Maintain the upward pull at all times.

Thin and medium weight hair is always easier to roll.

Stop at Scalp

Stop at Scalp

Keep twisting both ends and stop when the hair is rolled tight against the back of the head.

Hair Length Outward Direction
Short (5" or less) 2 to 3
Middle of neck 3 to 4
Lower neck 4 to 5
Shoulder blade 5 to 6
Middle of back 6 to 9
Waist or longer 9 to 12
Layered 5 to 10

Important:

One to three extra twists for a more firm roll.

(Personal Preference)

Three extra twists for thick heavy hair.

If neck hair is pulling unroll the hair just one-half twist.

Circle to Make a Bun

Circle to Make a Bun

Both hands lift the two ends up and around in a circular motion around the underside of the first Bun.

Cross the Ends

Cross the Ends

Lay the rosette end against the hair with the folded end crossing on top of it forming an "X".

Hold the Crossed Strands

Hold the Crossed Strands

Don't let Go!

The left hand fingertips and thumb hold the crossed Hare Do strands (as one).

Remember:

The right hand bends the tip of the folded end toward the head pushing it up through and wrapping all the way around the crossed strands.

Important:

Pinch the tip against the strands locking the Double Bun in place.

The folded end forms a knot that holds and supports the Double Bun.

Amazing!

Let go and give your hands a break!

Untwist Rosette Ends

Untwist Rosette Ends

Both hands untwist the two rosettes to straighten them.

Hold the Bun steady as you roll the tip of the right rosette in a tight ball covering the top of the Double Bun.

Scruch the Left Rosette

Scruch the Left Rosette

Hold the Bun steady as you roll the tip of the left rosette in a tight ball on top of the Double Bun.

Important:

The rosette's form a decorative bow on top of the buns and conceals the knot.

Scrunch the Bows

Scrunch the Bows

Both hands reposition the bows covering the knot that holds and supports the Double Bun.

Reposition Bows

Reposition Bows

One final reposition of the bows cover the knot that holds and supports the Double Bun.

Adjust Double Bun

Adjust Double Bun

Hold the bottom Bun steady as the other hand adjusts the top Bun by pulling it down.

Scrunch the bows on top to set the Double Buns in place.

Tuck Short-Flyaway Hair

Tuck Short-Flyaway Hair

Hold the bottom Bun steady as the other hand grabs and slides the rolled hair on the Double Bun up underneath the bows.

Tips:

This covers the exposed fabric beside the bows.

Tuck short-flyaway and droopy hair up underneath the Double Bun.

If unrolled hair stick out under the buns tuck and push them up underneath the Double Bun.

Optional:

Bobby pins, butterfly clips and hair pins clasp uncontrollable hair.

Conceal the bobby pins by sliding up underneath the Double Bun.

Your Done!

Your Done!

Congratulations you have now created the Double Bun!

Benefits:

What a dynamic hair style that can be worn for any occasion!