Flower bun with woven ribbon tutorial

Today I am excited to show you one of my favorite hair dos.  I do this on my girls all the time {or at least I did before they both chopped their hair} and I always get stopped by people.  This one everyone seems to love.  I call it the Flower bun with weaved ribbon.

It’s very easy to do and super cute.  You’ll want to start out with slightly damp hair. I just sprayed it using my leave in conditioner.

 Click on the video below for the tutorial.


Thanks for reading!!

 

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  1. Adorable!! If my girls had longer hair, I would actually feel confident in trying this. That was a great and easy to follow tutorial!
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  2. That is adorable! My girls are going to love this. I make them both keep their head past their shoulders at the very least just so I can have fun with it!
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  3. Hi Connie, thank you for taking the time to stop by my blog and following me. It is my pleasure to do the same as well on lf.
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  4. Darling! My girls will love this!

  5. Connie this is so cute. What a descriptive tutorial!

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  6. This is a great idea. Love that the ribbons won’t be falling off as they so often do with kids.
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  7. That is a great guide you have. I dont have any girls but if I did I would try it.
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  8. Hi Connie – thank you for following – Im happy to be following right back xx Nat
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  9. That’s really an adorable hair style. I liked your use of a video tutorial.
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  10. Love it! Hope you don’t mind – I’ve pinned it so I can try it tomorrow on my little girls hair.

    Thanks! Stephanie @ Allartful.com

  11. This is so gorgeous!!! I would love for you to coming link up at the Project Party here: http://bubblynaturecreations.com/2012/03/project-party-weekend-pretty-striped-pencils-tutorial.html

    Hope to see you there! xoxo-Rachel

  12. Hi Connie!! Thank you so much for dropping by the blog hop and following. I’m your new follower too :) I love being able to connect to so many awesome bloggers! Love your site. That hair is like the cutest thing ever! I hope I can get my daughter to sit still long enough for me to do it! That would look so cute for Easter!!

  13. That is adorable! It would look so cute on a flower girl.
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  14. Precious hairdo! I miss the days of doing creative things with my daughter’s hair… Long ago and far away… Now she does her daughter’s…

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  15. So pretty and seems relatively easy. Now all I need is my wiggle worm of a two year old to sit still. Lol! I’m hosting a link party on Wednesday at http://www.thenymelrosefamily.blogspot.com/2012/03/whimsy-wednesdays.html and I’d love it if you came and linked this up. I’m following.

  16. This is a lovely ‘do. I often wear my hair up, and might try something like this myself.
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  17. It’s beautiful! No wonder you get stopped all the time. I love it!
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  18. That’s very cute! If my daughter’s hair was longer, I would do that with hers! Thanks for the video, I”m always looking for new ways to do my or my daughter’s hair!
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  19. That’s so pretty!
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  20. Wow! this is so adorable and I loved your easy to follow tutorial:)Thanks for sharing this. It is greatly appreciated. I’ve two girls and they are loving this cute bun. Thank you for visiting me and leaving me such a sweet comment. Happily following you back through LF.Happy week to you!~Poppy
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  21. Very cute hairdo!

  22. How original! Love it! I used to enjoy playing with my daughter’s long hair but I never thought about doing it this way. You’re very creative and clever. Thanks for the pic and ideas. Deb

  23. Great job! This is very chic! When my baby gets hair long enough to style in an updo, I’d love to try this!

  24. Very clever. My girls would have loved this.
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  25. OHHHHH MC is going to LOVE this!! THANKS for linking up!! ;)

  26. Now that is a new twist to the bun. Very creative!
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  27. Cute! Very cute….I wish I had enough hair to wear this style LOL

    Thanks for this great post!
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  28. This is so adorable! Makes me wish I had kids.
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  29. Cute bun, very sweet for girls :)
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  30. That is super cute! I am so bookmarking that for when my girls grow some hair! My mom never knew how to do hair and I had all boys before these girls came along, so I have a lot of learning to do!
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  31. Very cute! I may have to try this one day when my girls have more {and thicker} hair!

  32. Thank you! My daughters will enjoy this! Always looking for new ideas!
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  33. Sooo cute! Too bad I have 3 boys. My sister has the girls. I will have to pass this idea on to her.
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  34. Very pretty. I think my daughter’s hair is a tad too thick for that! She would love for me to try, though.
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  35. WOW that is really pretty and makes for a special look! I hope if I ever have a girl that I will magically become good at doing hair (I am abysmal!). :)
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  36. Great job with the tutorial! I’ve always wondered how to get hair in that flower bun without the ribbon! My baby girl is only 5 months so it will be quite some time before I can try this one on her, but I assure you, it will be attempted! Thank you for sharing! Sooo cute!

  37. I can’t wait to try this on my daughters hair. She will absolutely love it and would like to show it off. Thanks for the tutorial.
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  38. This is so pretty! I’ve never seen anything like that!

  39. That looks adorable! If I could pull my hair back without getting a headache, I would certainly try this. Maybe I can talk one of my long-haired friends into trying it for now…
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  40. I have a little girl who’s two but her hair already is halfway down her back. It’s pretty fine, but I want to try this! I just signed up for Pinterest two days ago and your video is the first thing I’ve ever pinned!
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  41. OMGoodness! This is too precious. I wonder if my teen would let me try it on her hair…
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  42. OMGoodness! This is too precious! I wonder if my teen would let me try it on her hair…
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  43. How adorable! I love this tutorial.

  44. I wish I had a little girl so I could play with her hair. SO cute and inventive!

  45. That is so cute! I can’t wait to try it out on my daughter. Thanks for posting.
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  46. Very nice!!! I wish I had a baby girl to do one like that too!
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  47. That is very cute!
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  48. Cute, but I’m not sure mother or daughter either one has the patience for this!
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  49. That is so cool! I can’t wait until my daughter has enough hair to do something fun like that with her hair. Ok – right now I would be happy with enough hair for people to stop calling her a he. LOL

  50. That looks so cute. Maybe it will help keep my daughters hair together!
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  51. Connie, this was a great tutorial and I loved it. I will be subscribing to your blog, liking you on your facebook and following you on twitter. Be sure to stay in touch. http://www.Simplesavingsforatlmoms.com. Have a great day ;)

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