Hairstyles with Hair Sticks

Hair sticks are fun and easy to use. You can insert hair sticks by gently pushing them into your hair. Then, you can weave the stick-up and down through your hairstyle (e.g., bun, braid, ponytail). It should be anchored. Push the stick down to your scalp. It makes the hold more secure.

These are several hairstyles that I have seen in real life and on various websites. They show how hair can be styled differently.

I hope that I got all the steps and that everything is easy to follow. My friend took the pictures in my kitchen, which all feature my hair. It has been cut since then, but be calm.

My Favorite Bun (Cinnamon Bun Variation)

As soon as my hair is long enough, I put it in this bun. Adding hair sticks gives it a more elegant look and helps it stay in place. Note: My hair is long in these pictures (just above my butt), so your final product might look slightly different. You don’t need to have hair this long to use hair sticks. If you can wear your hair up, you should be able to use them.

Let’s get on with the business!

  • To twist the entire length of your hair, gather it together at the crown.
  • You should coil the entire length of your hair and place each layer below the last one. This will create a column of hair that varies in height depending on your measurement.
  • Grab the top coil of the column and pull it out. Flatten the whole bun by dragging it down around the column. Tuck ends. Secure bun with one or two hair sticks

Cinnamon Bun

  • To twist the entire length of your hair, gather it together at the crown.
  • The entire length of your hair should be called. Start with a small coil, then wrap it around with each subsequent ring. Keep the bun flat to the scalp.
  • Secure the hair with a hair tie. Secure the rest of your bun with one to two hair sticks.

Chinese Bun

  • Make a ponytail with your hair at the crown. Secure hair with your choice of hair tie
  • Insert hair stick through gathered hair behind the hair tie.
  • Separate the hair into two equal parts.
  • Wrap each piece around a hair tie and behind your stick. Secure ends with hair clips/pins or tuck them in.

Chinese Braided Bun

  • Make a ponytail with your hair at the crown—secure hair with your choice of hair tie. You can do this without using a hair tie. Make two braids at your back, as close as you can.
  • Divide your hair into equal sections and braid each, so you have two braids.
  • Insert hair stick through gathered hair behind the hair tie.
  • Each braid should be wrapped around a hair tie and behind the stick. Secure ends with hair clips or pins.

Sock Bun

  • Cut a small hole in your sock. The size of your hose will determine the size of the bun. Roll from the toes upward.
  • Secure your hair with a ponytail holder.
  • Make a knot with your hair and pull it up against the hair tie. Allow hair to untwist.
  • Spread hair over the sock by leaning over it. To secure the hair, use another ponytail holder.
  • Keep your head straight and gently pull your hair back so that the rest (if any) is visible under the new sock bun. You can braid, twist, or let the bun hang. A hair stick or comb can be used anytime to enhance the bun’s stability and decoration.

Figure-8 Bun

  • Tie your hair around the crown. Secure your hair with a ponytail holder if you wish.
  • You should coil the entire length of your hair and place each layer below the last one. This will create a column of hair that varies in height depending on your measurement.
  • Grab the topmost coil. Pull your hair out and place it flat on top of the head. This should result in figure 8.
  • Secure your hair with a stick.

Hair Knot

  • This is a small bun with a ponytail coming up.
  • Tie your hair around the crown. Twist your entire length.
  • Allow the loose end of the knot to hang free. Use one to two hair sticks to secure the knot.
  • Let ends hang loosely or braid.

Dutch Braid Bun

  • Dutch hairstyle: Instead of braiding your hair, place them under.
  • Make a braid from the braided material and tie it in a knot.
  • Use one to two hair sticks to secure the braid.

Half-Bun

This style involves creating a small bun by tying your top hair up and letting the rest fall. This style and the bun’s final size will depend on your hair’s length and thickness.

  • Make a bun with the top half of your hair.
  • Use a hair stick to secure.

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