Classic Bun Step by Step
-Spray Lait Luminescence 4 times on the length and ends.
-Bring the hair back and tie it in a half-high ponytail.
-With a bun the color of your hair, slip your ponytail inside.
Separate it into 4 strands according to the thickness of your hair, then wrap the first
strand around the bun, securing it with a flat clip that you will prick into the bun.
-Repeat the same gesture with the other strands, starting at a different angle so that they
intersect and give relief to your bun, then spray a veil of Laque Souple.
Caroline Greyl’s Tip : Leave a few strands of hair free at the front for a more natural result…
Glamourous Bun Step by Step
-Spray Condition Naturelle on the length and tips and apply a small amount
of Mousse au Lotus Volumatrice mixed with a small amount of Gel à l’Hibiscus
on the roots to strengthen the hair.
-Gently blow-dry starting at the roots to mid-length with a round brush, then a wavy
shape at the tips.
-Lightly crepe the hair with a comb on the top of the head to add texture.
-Group the hair into a ponytail at mid-height by straightening with a round brush
and then twist the ponytail upwards by pulling it inside. Secure with bobby pins.
Caroline Greyl’s tip : Brush your hair upside down the next day, for a full volume hairstyle.
Andalusian Bun Step by Step
-Spray Lait Luminescence on all of the hair and then use a round brush to blow
dry for a perfectly smooth effect.
-Apply Sérum de Soie Sublimateur to the entire hair. Tie the hair tightly in a low ponytail.
Wrap this ponytail like a snail, holding the hair in place with an invisible net.
-Enhance the hairstyle with the silver hair clip. Spray a veil of Laque Souple.
Caroline Greyl’s tip : The elegant hair drop shape adds a refined touch to this Spanish-inspired
hairstyle. Favor Eclat Naturel if you have thicker hair.