Cindy Robinson, Life on the Scene:

Readers, have you ever tried this? It looks like a really great trick to get a classy looking bun if you have long hair. I think I need to give this a whirl the next time I come across a sock that’s lost its friend somewhere in the laundry abyss! What other  hair tips have you found to be successful that others may not know about?

Originally posted on Simply Stated Blogs:

After many a friend asked me how they could make their meek buns into statement ones, I went looking for a solution. Turns out, a few people on the Real Simple staff had discovered this quick trick, which we then showed in our June issue. Who knew that a sock could take your bun from tiny to full in seconds?

60-Second Sock Bun

Step 1: Pull your hair into a high pony. Step 2: Cut the toe off a sock and roll it into a donut-like shape. Slip it around your  hair. Step 3: Tuck the ends of your hair under the fabric so it stays put. Step 4: As if you were rolling your sleeves, roll your hair and the sock together down your ponytail. Step 5: Tuck in any stray hairs, then spritz on some hair spray to help hold the style and tame flyaways.

Have you tried or heard of this…

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