These are 6 classic ballet hairstyles that anyone can do! I show you tutorials for the high bun, ballerina low bun, and an easy french twist (including a hack that’s life changing). Plus – I include looks for Giselle, Sugarplum Fairy, and Juliet! These simply take practice, but you will get them!

0:00 Intro
0:56 Low Bun
2:05 Giselle
4:18 High Bun
6:38 Sugarplum/Balanchine
8:16 French Twist
9:49 Juliet

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10 thoughts on “6 Ballet Hairstyles – High & Low Bun, EASY French Twist + Giselle/Juliet/Sugarplum | Kathryn Morgan”
  1. Thank you for your video, I will be using some of those hairstyles myself 🙂 However, my daughter (the one that dances around here) has really thick and a lot of hair and she really struggles with her bun for classes. Even her teacher gave up on her. She loves her hair but I wonder if you could ask for someone from KM’s friends to give some advice for the thick hair girls. She has wavy, 2b/2c hair, but a lot of it. And when I say she has a lot of hair, I mean a lot. I used to be the designated “ballet bun mom” who did everyone’s bun before class and my daughter’s ponytail was like 3 ou even 4 times thicker than any of her classmates.

  2. I love seeing the historical references within the ballet styles. The 1830s comes through Gisele, the braids almost make the hair look like an Italian Renaissance netted coif. So pretty!

  3. Your French twist is how I would get my hair out of my face and hold it with a pencil in high school! 🙂 For fine, slick hair that laughs at any curlers, it actually stayed in with one pencil! 🙂 Of course, I was just sitting in class, so there wasn’t much strain…

  4. French twist is always my struggle. Thanks a whole lot for this video!! I love all the beautiful buns, elegant and beautiful! Thank you for sharing! 😍 ❤ 💕

  5. Just what I needed to spice up my first week back at school next week! I’m so pumped to try these!

  6. I do the French twist just like that as my everyday style, but with a jaw clip because I’m lazy. I have super heavy hair, but it works! No more ponytail migraines!

  7. Thank you for mentioning that you are wearing hair pieces/extensions. I‘m all for being real. And sometimes in hair tutorials the people have so much luscious hair and don‘t mention any fake hair, it sets unattainable beauty standards and makes me feel bad about the hair that I do have. 🥰

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