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Here’s a hair tutorial on 3 iconic Star Wars hairstyles! You’ve seen these on Leia, Padme, and Rey; now you can learn to do them on yourself!

I think the style of the hair in Star Wars is incredible! And I love looking at how people cosplay them. Today’s hairstyles are from The Force Awakens, The Attack of the Clones, and A New Hope. And I just realized they’re all buns! How funny! Overall, I was really happy to do tutorials on these hair styles from the leading ladies of StarWars!

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★What I Used:★
-Kanekalon Hair from Sallys Beauty Supply (You can also usually find it at other beauty supply stores!)
-Floral Wire


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★What I’m wearing:★
Clothing: Target (Rey’s costume is a cardigan + scarf!)
Lips: Colourpop Lippiesix in Peppermint + Gloss for Padme and Leia


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23 replies
  1. JayJay353
    JayJay353 says:

    What's a good length for Rey's hair? I couldn't quite tell how long it was in the movie and I want to know if my hair would be long enough.

  2. Emma Stalnaker
    Emma Stalnaker says:

    If you don’t have enough hair to loop the ends around the buns for Rey’s hair, you can just stick the ends into the next one. I actually use this hairstyle a lot and people actually think it is pretty cool! If you like it, wear it as much as you like! Don’t let people think you are weird for wearing the hairstyle of a character you admire

  3. Sarah Zepeda
    Sarah Zepeda says:

    I did this version of leia buns for halloween, and it was so easy and cost effective! 2.99 a piece for the kanekalon braiding hair, and a few bucks for jumbo Bobby pins. I am not talented whatsoever, and this took me 20 minutes and lasted all night without headache. Thank you for this AMAZING idea!!!

  4. spikedpsycho
    spikedpsycho says:

    Most of the major scifi series came about in the 1960's and 70's, at the time, sideburns and various hairstyles came into fruition and were acclimated to Science fiction long after the decade transpired. Women with Feathered hair and afro's became more common, bobed edges with loose spikes. For men, shoulder length and messy hair were more socially acceptable and by then, the rise in male attuned hair care products blossomed and men were accustomed to hairstyles that defied gravity which gave rise to helmet hair, layers, and sculpted mullets. Also the 70's was the end of an era for military and uniformed services permitting facial hair, sideburns, and various hairstyles.

  5. The Youtubers
    The Youtubers says:

    Every time I watch one of her videos, I imagine that Kayley has a young daughter and she's styling her hair.

    I wish I was as talented as Kayley.
    That would be so cool, I'd be so happy!

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