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(Video) Hairstyle Tutorial: Easiest Sock Bun for Long Hair You’ll Ever Try—No Pins Needed!

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Move over topknot, because there’s a new bun in town! And what is that? I’ts the SOCK BUN, this hairstyle uses a sock rolled into a doughnut shape to form the shape of a perfect bun hairstyle! It’s a classy, stunning look that just so happens to be an extremely easy task to create (but of course with a little practice and our hair tutorial)! So what are you waiting for learn how to create the sock bun to form a voluminous stunning bun in no time!

Ever since the top knot faded and the sock bun became famous it has been one of every lady’s goals to master that perfect sock bun.

Whether you’re running late or you’re having a bad hair day and your hair is not cooperating, this hairstyle that uses sock bun is the perfect hairstyle to solve those problems and add instant glamour!

So just in case you haven’t been able to try this look, you came on the right page! Give the tutorial below a try and see for yourself how great sock bun hairstyle can be for your everyday look or even for special occasions!

Take a minute and learn how to create the sock bun to form a voluminous stunning bun in no time!


  1. Find a sock that is similar in color to your hair, and cut the toe out of it.
  2. Roll it up like a donut. (Don’t eat!)
  3. Pull your hair up into a ponytail. I like mine high up, but low looks nice and sophisticated too.

  1. Put your ponytail through the hole of your inedible sock donut.
  2. Pull the sock almost to the end of your ponytail, leaving about two inches of your hair out.
  3. Holding your hair firmly against the sock donut, start rolling the sock with your hair still attached, down towards the base of your ponytail. You’ll cover more of the sock the more you are able to roll.
  4. Once you get to the base of the ponytail, you’ll want to pull the hair to cover any holes in your bun.

You’re all done! And like I said, no need to bobby pin, your bun will be held in place on its own!

Read and see more of hair styling tutorials from Reagan Breinholt by visiting www.more.com..

All pictures courtesy of www.more.com..

Thank you,  www.more.com and Reagan Breinholt  for sharing this awesome tips!

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