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Easy Protective Style: The High Bun

Avatar • Jan 6, 2013

charyjay high bun

It’s winter time and a perfect opportunity to try protective styling as a means to retain moisture and protect hair from harsh wind and cold. Vlogger CharyJay presents us with a simple high bun. Check it out:

What do you think of the look ladies? Would you rock this style?

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eve-audrey
eve-audrey
7 years ago

wow! another style that i’m going to try ASAP

myblackfriendsays
7 years ago

It’s not for me, but she wears it well (:

Anju
Anju
7 years ago

Very lovely…looks hott!

Amma Mama
Amma Mama
7 years ago

Char Jay and her hair are everything.»

Sharon J
Sharon J
7 years ago

I want to be Char Jay when I grow up. She has the best hair. Pretty young lady.

K
K
7 years ago

I like it and will be trying it. She wears so much makeup, she looks like a different person almost without it.

2dae
2dae
7 years ago
Reply to  K

I agree without makeup she looks younger! However my hair is still too short to do that style…shame! cute!

Modern Wedding Dresses
Modern Wedding Dresses
7 years ago

Oh, I am impressed. Very nice hair look and also gorgeous.

Brynisha
Brynisha
7 years ago

How long are you supposed to keep protective styles of this nature in? I am on a journey to get my natural hair back to healthy and I’ve just started making some big changes a few days ago. I’ve read a lot of articles on this site so far.. anyway back to the question — I did put my hair in some sort of style like this last night so do I leave it up for a week until it’s time to wash/condition my hair again?

Heather
Heather
7 years ago
Reply to  Brynisha

I style my stretched hair daily into a high bun. Leaving it up too long could cause breakage. At night I tie it up very loosely with a satin scarf. In the morning the steam from the shower adds moisture. I then apply a leave in conditioner and coconut oil. Being sure to really focus on my ends. It all gets pulled into a high bun. I’m sure not to pull it to tight as this could also damage edges.

Elena
6 years ago

I’ll be trying this one tomorrow! Thanks BGLH and CharyJay

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