What you will need: an old sock and a pair of scissors!
Cut off the toe of the sock.
You will be left with a tube type sock, ready for rolling!
Start to roll the sock inwards starting at the top. You may need to pull gently on the sock to ensure it stays tight and rolled up nice and neatly.
As you get near to bottom of the sock, pull the material over the roll to secure it in place. Cut off any excess so that it's neat and tidy.
Finished sock doughnut, how simple!
What you will need to create a bun using the hair doughnut: any brush, a bobble and a couple of bobby pins.
Start by putting your hair up into a ponytail, this can be anywhere on the head depending on whether you want a low, high or on top of the head bun. It doesn't have to be particularly neat, depending on whether you want it to look messy or neat. Next, pull the hair through the doughnut and completely cover it with hair so that you can't see it. You will end up looking this attractive.
Once the doughnut is covered, carefully place a bobble over it and start to tease the hair in the bun so it isn't as tight.
Tease the hair more depending on how messy you want it to look, I like it to look very messy! For the remaining hair outside of the bun, simply wrap it around the bun and hold it in place with a few bobby pins. If you want it to look a little more messy, pull hair from near the bun. I like to pull down my baby hairs from around my face to add to the effect. Finish with a light spray of hairspray.
I rarely wear my hair up but when I'm at university this is the perfect style for me. It's so quick and easy to do in a morning before rolling into lectures still half asleep. Here I used an old 'slipper' type sock, the ones that are a little bit fluffy and perfect for lounging around in winter. You can use any type you fancy but I find this creates a larger sized doughnut. It's best to find a sock that matches your hair colour just incase you haven't managed to cover all of it, but surprisingly I don't have that many blonde ones lying about. There's not much else to it really, just make sure you wash your sock first...