What do bun hairstylists do?
What does a bun hairstyler do?
How do they do it?
This week on the MSNBC show, the experts talk about what it takes to make the perfect bun hairstypyle, the pros and cons of bun hairstiers and much more.
Read more at MSNBC.comThe panelists are:Bun Haircut Studio owner Michael Foust is a master bun stylist, and he’s not just any bun stylists, either.
He’s also a hairstylist, he says, and has been doing bun hairstys since the early ’90s.
He says the best part of his job is being able to talk to clients about their hairstyles.
“If you can talk to people about their style, that’s what makes them happy,” he says.
Foust is also a master hairstylizer, and in fact, he has an entire salon devoted to Bun Haircut.
He’s not the only one in this field.
According to Salon.com, he is a member of the International Bun Hair and Conditioning Association (IBHA), which also certifies stylists.
“I’m proud of my job because I can really bring out the best in a client,” he explains.
Fouts hair has a golden hue and a deep red shine.
His buns are all about staying true to the natural color of the hair, while using natural texture to create a natural curl.
His hair is styled using a straight, curling, comb-like style that’s a favorite of many women.
“The natural look is beautiful, but it’s also really flattering,” he adds.
“It’s a great hair and body type for a woman,” he continues.
“I love the natural look, and I love the way it’s shaped and the way the hair flows through the curls.”
Foust says he also does the custom styling.
“A lot of people think that buns come in a certain style, but really they come in any style you want,” he shares.
“They don’t have to be a specific color, shape or length, they can be anything.”
You can get your hair the way you want it, or you can make it any way you like.””
You can do any style of hair you want.
You can get your hair the way you want it, or you can make it any way you like.”