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Thursday, June 14, 2012

Basket Weave Braid Woven Bun Hairstyle

The "Woven Bun"
A Basket Weaving Braided Updo
basket woven bun 

This "woven bun" updo hairstyle is basically a combination of our basket weave half ponytail hairstyle and our never ending braid hairstyle. This intricate and unique braided bun updo would be a great hair style for a special occasion if you are needing something fancy schmancy.  I'm thinking: Wedding, ballet, figure skating, Prom, Homecoming, flower girl, Easter Sunday, etc.  

To complete this hairstyle, you will need:
  • 2 small elastics
  • Several bobby pins
  • Fairly long hair
  • 10-15 minutes
  • A design weaver, topsy tail, craft needle, or your fingers! (We found our design weaver online.)

braided updo
If you prefer more of a messy look, you could definitely stretch the strands in the braid before you wrap the hair into a bun.  I was thinking it would be a very cute hairstyle if you made a braided flower out of the bun at the end!

This updo is designed as a long hairstyle, or a hairstyle for long hair.  But, if your hair is on the shorter side, you could probably still create most of the style.  I would recommend ending the braid at the base of the ponytail and creating a bun from there.  (This will make more sense after you watch our video tutorial below.)
baket weaving
This last hairstyle photo was taken at the end of the day.  I was quite surprised at how well this one held up, so I wanted to share!  As long as the bun is secured tightly, you could probably use this as a hairstyle for a dance competition or performance.  Maybe even a gymnastics hairstyle!  I can picture the little girls on the show Dance Moms wearing this hairstyle.  How cute would that be!?

Woven Bun Hairstyle Tutorial: Click here to watch the video directly on YouTube.


This is one of our favorite hairdos lately as it looks so intricate but really isn't that hard or time consuming to complete.

If you enjoyed this style, feel free to share on facebook and pin to Pinterest.  ;)

18 comments:

  1. I'm so trying this

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  2. The video stops at 2:18 and won't continue:(

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    1. I'm sorry, Tonya! The video is working for me. I'm not sure what's up.

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  3. I did this hairstyle for my daughter. I don't have one of those weaving tools, but I was able to use a blunt yarn needle to do the weaving.

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  4. Very cute! Thank you for listing the things we will need to do this! It's a great help!

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  5. Hi i couldn't get hold of one of those design weavers as im from the uk but now i read the website i found i could use a topsy tail instead. Thanks x :)

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  6. yesterday my dayghter had a balletrecital (don't knoww how you call this in english)
    Found this style on your web and did it in her hair.. I absolutly love it!!!
    Everybody kept asking me how we did it.. We had to stop lot of times because people wanted to see it..
    My 4 year old felt so cool..

    (I used a craftneedle with a round end and in stead of making the bun over the braid i thught it onder de braid)a

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  7. i dint get this hair style...

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  8. I absolutely LOVE this style! I hope I can do it on myself...espestialy since I don't have a weaver tool.

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  9. this seems a little complicated. i showed it to my mom and i asked if she could do it on me and she did not understand how to do it but i think it is so cool and cute

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  10. wow this is amazing
    ihave been looking for a unique prom updo bun and this is perfect
    thank you

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  11. Can u make videos for short and puffy hair please so me or my mom can do this for my hair please

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  12. I appreciate your good efforts to present the thing in unique way. Love the hair styles etc. But I would request to please make the video such way that it would become clear to all.

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  13. I was browsing on Pinerest and came across this hairstyle. I absolutely love it so much I had to try it. My daughters hair is more of a kinky curly texture. So, I really wanted to leave her texture in there and give the hairstyle you created some justice as well. I hope you like it. Thank you for sharing your creativity!

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  14. Thank you for posting this but could you make written instructions... YouTube doesn't load very fast on my iPod

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  15. These are awesome hairstyles with usingmost of them with the bun maker! I love it! :-)

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