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Metallic Fine Bun Nets Bun Maker Starter Kit Classic Bun Nets
Bun Maker Starter Kit
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2-pack Classic Bun Nets
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Dance Hair Bun Nets Honeycomb Bun Net Crochet Hair Bun Nets
Honeycomb Bun Net
Our Price: £1.99
2-pack Crochet Bun Nets
Our Price: £3.49
Lace Bun Net Black Curve Up Do Hair Clip Diamante Hair Chopsticks
Lace Bun Net
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Black Hair Chop Sticks Double Hair Combs Magic Bun Maker
2-pack Black Hair Chop Sticks
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Double Hair Combs
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Small Magic Bun Maker
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Black Floral Hair Sticks: Great for Classic or Messy Bun hair Styles Hair Donut Pink Ribbon Bun Net
Hair Donut
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Pink Ribbon Bun Net
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Black Ribbon Bun Net Black Mesh Bun Net Hair Bun Roller
Black Ribbon Bun Net
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Black Mesh Bun Net
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Hair Bun Roller
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Bun Clip BaByliss Styleable Twisted Bun Ring Hair Extension Spin Pins
Bun Clip
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2-pack Spin Pins
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Hair Bun Styler Decorative Spin Pins Scunci Bun Maker
Hair Bun Styler
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Mulitbuy No Damage Large Hair Polybands
First used by the Ancient Greeks, hair buns and updos have enjoyed popularity ever since. From ballet studios to the red carpet, up do hair styles are as widely worn today as they have ever been. As a hair style classic, there are now many products to help you create your perfect up do; we have listed ours together here in one easy-to-find place! If you are looking for decorative additions for your updo, check out our range of decorative hair pins, hair pearls and hair jewellery.

We have everything you will need to create the perfect updo; whether you prefer to create a simple bun by twisting a ponytail and securing it with grips or pins, or whether you prefer to use a chignon horn to help you create a sophisticated French Twist. From bun making starter kits to hair sticks and ballet style bun nets to roll-and-click bun rollers, we've got what you need.

Consider the shape of your face before you get to work on your updo.

Face Facts
  • Round face – lengthen a round face by creating height at the top of the head and keeping hair tight at the sides.
  • Long, thin face –Create width to balance a long, thin face; pull hair tight at the top of the head and leave sides soft.
  • Heart-shaped face – balance out wide cheekbones with a bit of height on top.
  • High forehead – minimise a high forehead with a low parting and a sweeping fringe.