Celtic Knot Bun

Celtic Knot Bun

Joined: May 2nd, 2006, 8:53 pm

January 7th, 2011, 5:19 pm #1


I learned this style using this tutorial http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=og3VfxAf-jA  Here are my pics:

 





My hair journal:http://www.network54.com/Forum/496746/
1bniii Hair Type - Length:44 1/2" Goal: 45" Products - Currently Using:
Organix Shampoo & Conditioners
Chagrin Valley Shampoo Bars w/vinegar rinse
Monoi or Virgin de Coco Creme on ends daily
Shea Butter Creamy Souffle as pre-wash conditioner. Wash 1-2 times a week. Wide tooth bakelite & horn combs. BBB every other day 20-30 strokes. Braid before bed and oil ends.
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Joined: January 26th, 2005, 12:27 am

January 7th, 2011, 6:49 pm #2

I could do thus style with your thickness of hair! Lovely Lori!










1BFii
Hair: All natural dark brown and silver.
Washing: Twice a week, scalp wash, with letting shampoo run through length. Condition from ears on down. Cold as I can stand it final rinse.
Shampoo/Conditioner:Aubrey's Honeysuckle Rose Shampoo and Conditioner. Nature's Gate Organics Biotin Shampoo and Conditioner.
Comb, never brush.
Kind Regards,
lacemitts
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Joined: November 11th, 2009, 8:52 pm

January 12th, 2011, 5:48 pm #3

I learned this style using this tutorial http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=og3VfxAf-jA  Here are my pics:

 





My hair journal:http://www.network54.com/Forum/496746/
1bniii Hair Type - Length:44 1/2" Goal: 45" Products - Currently Using:
Organix Shampoo & Conditioners
Chagrin Valley Shampoo Bars w/vinegar rinse
Monoi or Virgin de Coco Creme on ends daily
Shea Butter Creamy Souffle as pre-wash conditioner. Wash 1-2 times a week. Wide tooth bakelite & horn combs. BBB every other day 20-30 strokes. Braid before bed and oil ends.
to do a Celtic knot just yesterday, so I'll post my effort:



It's not pretty as yours, Lori, but it held all day long and was very comfortable. I'l also try to do the other two updos, the snake bun and the double knot soon.


Nov 2009 Apr 2010 a great hair day







Hair type: 2b/M/C/iii
Current length: tailbone
Primary goal: thickening the ends
Secondary goal: classic

Hair journal:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/663765

Routine:
- NW/SO on the scalp, with periodical length
washes (Alverde birke-salbei shampoo for the length)
- brushing, scritching, preening and massaging daily
- occasional S&D trims
- trimming the ends whenever they start looking funny
Last edited by ohtawen on January 12th, 2011, 5:50 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Hair type: 2b/M/C/iii
Current length: classic+
Current goal: knee

Current routine:
~ alternating a NW/SO (no water/sebum only) routine with occasional washes. I use the techniques of NW/SO (brushing, scritching and preening) almost daily, but I do a shampoo wash every month or two.

Products and tools:
~ Alverde Birke-Salbei shampoo
~ occasionally oiling the ends with either coconut or almond oil; currently experimenting with argan oil
~ an assortment of BBBs
~ Tangle Teezer/Tangle Angel & wide-tooth comb
~ hair friendly hair toys, for putting up hair and forgetting about it

Hair journal (rarely updated nowadays):
http://www.network54.com/Forum/663765
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Joined: May 2nd, 2006, 8:53 pm

January 12th, 2011, 9:05 pm #4

to me  and I can't wait to see your other pics!


My hair journal:http://www.network54.com/Forum/496746/
1bniii Hair Type - Length:45 1/4" Goal: 48" Products - Currently Using:
Organix Shampoo & Conditioners
Chagrin Valley Shampoo Bars w/vinegar rinse
Monoi or Virgin de Coco Creme on ends daily
Shea Butter Creamy Souffle as pre-wash conditioner. Wash 1-2 times a week. Wide tooth wood & bakelite combs. BBB before washing. Braid before bed and oil ends.
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Joined: November 11th, 2009, 8:52 pm

January 12th, 2011, 10:57 pm #5

thank you Lori That's so sweet of you. I'll try to post pics of the updos as soon as I can.


Nov 2009 Apr 2010 a great hair day







Hair type: 2b/M/C/iii
Current length: tailbone
Primary goal: thickening the ends
Secondary goal: classic

Hair journal:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/663765

Routine:
- NW/SO on the scalp, with periodical length
washes (Alverde birke-salbei shampoo for the length)
- brushing, scritching, preening and massaging daily
- occasional S&D trims
- trimming the ends whenever they start looking funny
Hair type: 2b/M/C/iii
Current length: classic+
Current goal: knee

Current routine:
~ alternating a NW/SO (no water/sebum only) routine with occasional washes. I use the techniques of NW/SO (brushing, scritching and preening) almost daily, but I do a shampoo wash every month or two.

Products and tools:
~ Alverde Birke-Salbei shampoo
~ occasionally oiling the ends with either coconut or almond oil; currently experimenting with argan oil
~ an assortment of BBBs
~ Tangle Teezer/Tangle Angel & wide-tooth comb
~ hair friendly hair toys, for putting up hair and forgetting about it

Hair journal (rarely updated nowadays):
http://www.network54.com/Forum/663765
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Joined: January 26th, 2005, 12:27 am

January 13th, 2011, 4:45 am #6

to do a Celtic knot just yesterday, so I'll post my effort:



It's not pretty as yours, Lori, but it held all day long and was very comfortable. I'l also try to do the other two updos, the snake bun and the double knot soon.


Nov 2009 Apr 2010 a great hair day







Hair type: 2b/M/C/iii
Current length: tailbone
Primary goal: thickening the ends
Secondary goal: classic

Hair journal:
http://www.network54.com/Forum/663765

Routine:
- NW/SO on the scalp, with periodical length
washes (Alverde birke-salbei shampoo for the length)
- brushing, scritching, preening and massaging daily
- occasional S&D trims
- trimming the ends whenever they start looking funny
n/m










1BFii
Hair: All natural dark brown and silver.
Washing: Twice a week, scalp wash, with letting shampoo run through length. Condition from ears on down. Cold as I can stand it final rinse.
Shampoo/Conditioner:Aubrey's Honeysuckle Rose Shampoo and Conditioner. Nature's Gate Organics Biotin Shampoo and Conditioner.
Comb, never brush.
Kind Regards,
lacemitts
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