Hey, there doll friends! Welcome back! In today’s video tutorial, I’m going to teach you how to make these adorable and trendy space buns. Now let’s begin! First, to make our wig cap, cover your doll’s head with cling wrap and secure a cloth over with elastics. Make sure to tuck the elastic under the doll’s ears. Then, brush in three to four coats of white glue. In here, I’m using Elmer’s Glue-All. Once dry, draw a line down the center. This will be the guide for your part. I also filled in the areas I’ll cut off later, like the ears, the corners of the back part, and the hairline which I want to be as close to the doll’s original hairline as possible. Once that’s done, take it off the doll’s head and trim off the excess. For this project you’ll need two hanks of yarn, and I’ll be using this brand. If you’re new to this channel and would like to know how I make my yarn wefts, please check out my separate tutorial on that. To glue the wefts, I’ll be using a stronger glue. Next, grab a weft piece, cut off the soft part and glue it at the front edge of the wig cap. Keep it thin as we want it to look like baby hairs. Also, roll a toothpick over it so it lays nice and flat on the head. Now let’s work on one half of the wig first. Glue wefts along the part line and around the edges of the wig cap. Cut the wefts in smaller pieces so you can easily glue it on curved parts. Then, glue wefts over it, but in the opposite direction like so. Once completely dry, gather and tie it together. Since we’ll be twisting this later, we don’t have to glue rolled wefts anymore, or it will be too thick. Now do the same on the other half. Doing one half first keeps the process neat. I mean look at how messy one half looks before you tie it together. Next, twist the hair and roll it in a bun. Then secure with an elastic Lastly, trim the baby hairs with an eyebrow razor and style. Most Eyebrow razors aren’t that sharp, but you can still cut yourself, so be careful. I hope this inspired you to make kawaii characters with this cute hairstyle. If you’d like to show me your awesome creations, tag me on Instagram and use the hashtag #MozekytoLook Thank you so much for watching, don’t forget to like this video and subscribe! See you in the next one. Bye!