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I specialize in wedding make-up (Traditional or Airbrush makeup) . I also provide hair and make-up services for photoshoots, events, special occasions and ads. I was trained at HD Makeup Studio and Academy (formerly Basement Academy) for makeup and hairstyling by some of the best makeup artists in the Philippines.

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Sunday, March 27, 2011

Hair Tutorial: How to Create a Messy Low Bun

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Last February, I did hair and makeup for a couple's Save The Date Video shoot for their wedding at Subic Lighthouse. For the first layout, the couple's attire was formal and the location was at the grassfield beside the resort. I decided to do a messy low bun for her hairstyle as it suits her dress, face and the location itself. Here's how it turned out:


Hair and Makeup By Kim Rodriguez

Photo credit: Danielle and Joan

Hair and Makeup By Kim Rodriguez

I think the not-too-made-up look is very nice. It was VERY windy at the location that day so it's good to see some flow on her hair that matches the groom-to-be's. Also, it's something different from the hairstyle I'm planning to do on her wedding.

If you want to learn how to do this hairstyle, keep on reading :)

Things you'll need:


Hair and Makeup By Kim Rodriguez

Any curling tool: rollers, flat iron, curling iron. I used a Vidal Sassoon Barrel Curling Iron.


Hair and Makeup By Kim Rodriguez

Clips for holding the hair

Hair and Makeup By Kim Rodriguez

Bobby pins and rubber band


Step 1: Make sure to blow-dry your hair well. Then curl it.


Hair and Makeup By Kim Rodriguez


Step 2: Create a low ponytail. If you want that messy look, just finger brush your hair.

Hair and Makeup By Kim Rodriguez


Step 3: Style the curls to form a bun. You can do it curl-by-curl or in this case, I just flipped the hair clockwise.

Hair and Makeup By Kim Rodriguez

Hair and Makeup By Kim Rodriguez


Step 4: Pin the ends to secure the hair. Finish the style with hairspray.

Hair and Makeup By Kim Rodriguez

Here's the result

Hair and Makeup By Kim Rodriguez


To view more of these photos, visit my Portfolio website.

1 comments:

KaY said...

nice Kim.Try ko nga once my hair grows longer. I love the messy bun look. =)

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