Fabric Bun Hair Tutorial

fabric bun hair DIY

There are so many options when it comes to styling your hair for your big day. I’m pretty excited to share today’s beautiful (and unique) hair tutorial, sent over by the lovely Heather Chapman. An updated twist on the traditional bun, this look is timeless + romantic, but with textural + modern feel.

fabric bun hair DIY


To get the look:

1. Begin with a perfect ponytail high on the head.

2. Cut enough of your favorite fabric or ribbon to hang about a foot & a half past the end of your ponytail. Here we have used a burlap ribbon. Tie the fabric evenly around your ponytail.

3. Braid the fabric into your ponytail. Rubber band at the end. There will be fabric hanging down past the hair. That’s ok. That part will soon be tied into the cutest bow!!

4. Wind hair into a topknot & pin. Make sure it lands where you would like to see the bow. Once everything is pinned in place, simply tie the loose ends into a bow of your liking. Voila! Polished princess!!

fabric bun hair DIY


Thank you so much to Heather Chapman for sharing this gorgeous (and surprisingly uncomplicated!) hair DIY with us today. Are any of you lovelies thinking of trying this look for your wedding day?

hair stylist: Heather Chapman Hair // photography: Brumley & Wells

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Comments

  1. I am in love with this bun, i have sent my hair stylist for my wedding a link to this great website so she can get ideas! xx

    Jenny

  2. Thank you for the tutorial! It looks simple and easy and in the same time so chic!

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