Claw Clip Tutorial to Get VOLUME in Your Bun
Claw Clip Tutorial! 🤍 I love a big bun, and this claw clip style is a fun take on one of my usual updos. My best tip for any updo or braided style is to make sure you use a product to add texture to your hair or do the styles on hair that is not freshly washed.
I only wash my hair once every 7-12 days. Eeeek!!! That may sound awful to some who are daily washers. I understand. I was a daily washer until I grew out my grays. Some think it’s because my hair is more course now, but it isn’t. It’s the same hair minus the dye. It’s thicker because I’m not shedding from the harsh chemicals in the dye. That’s a bonus for sure! Extending my wash day has taken place over the 31 months that I’ve been growing it out.
I stared by extending it a few days and then a few more. I found that dry shampoo works really for me. I use different products depending on what’s on sale: L’ange, Beachwaver, and Gimme Beauty. I don’t use it every day. It all depends on what’s happening with my hair on the day. And there ya have it! 🤍 For this style, if your hair is shorter, leave out the second hair bubble. Let me know how it works out for you!
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Start with your hair in a high ponytail and with two other small ponytails
Here's how it should look
Hold the first rubber band in place and pull up the second one to be right by it.
Hold everything together and grab a claw clip to cover all the rubber bands.
Then you're done! It's that simple!!
Did you like this hair tutorial? I am new to Upstyle and only have a few tutorials on here but you can see more of my reels on my other social media. Find me on Instagram @chroniclesofgraytransformation
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