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Beautiful Bodacious Bun

Beautiful Bodacious Bun

Pictured Sarah Shahi, at a screening and panel discussion at the Paley Center for Media in New York City on Thursday, October 3. The event, moderated by Matt Roush of TV Guide Magazine, is part of the Paley Center's PaleyFest: Made in NY. Photo: Jeffrey R. Staab /CBS ©2013 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved Sarah Shahi, at the Paley Center for Media in New York City, October 3. Moderated by Matt Roush of TV Guide Magazine. Photo: Jeffrey R. Staab /CBS ©2013 - CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved

There's nothing more eye catching than a beautiful bodacious bun which appears to blossom like a flower at the back of the head.

Bodacious means excellent, admirable or attractive.

A properly styled, positioned and finished bun meets all those qualifications.

Beautiful Brunette Actress Sarah Shahi

Beautiful brunette actress Sarah Shahi co-stars as Sameen Shaw on CBS' hit show, Person of Interest.

During her time on the show she's showcased a beautiful bodacious bun.

Sarah's bun combined boldness with romance.

It was sophisticated yet bold, structured yet simple.

Sarah's bun was simple, sleek and elegant, because that is the essence of the beautiful co-star of Person of Interest.

How To Get The Look

Amy Acker, Sarah Shahi & Kevin Chapman on the red carpet at the Paley Center for Media in New York City on Thursday, October 3. The event, moderated by Matt Roush of TV Guide Magazine, is part of the Paley Center's PaleyFest: Made in NY. Photo: Jeffrey R. Staab /CBS ©2013 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved Amy Acker & Jim Caviezel on Thursday, October 3. Photo: Jeffrey R. Staab /CBS ©2013 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved

1.  Wet wash detangled hair in lukewarm water with desired cleansing formulation (shampoo, diluted shampoo, conditioner only, water only, or a combination of formulas).

2.  When appropriate for your hair type and/or texture, after rinsing out your cleansing formula, apply a rinse-out conditioner.

3.  Separate hair into individual 2″ sections.

Detangle hair slowly from the ends to roots with fingers, or a wide tooth comb, while hair is saturated with condition.

4.  After completely detangling hair, rinse well, finishing with a cool/cold final rinse.

5.  Remove excess water with an accordion style gentle finger squeeze.

6.  Towel blot hair to remove any additional water.

Sarah Shahi, at a high school reunion, Tuesday, April 1 (10:01 -- 11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Nestor Carbonell,  Photo: Giovanni Rufino/CBS ©2014 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved Nestor Carbonell & Sarah Shahi, Tuesday, April 1 (10:01 - 11:00 PM, ET/PT) Photo by Giovanni Rufino/CBS ©2014

7. Apply a styling cocktail which may consist of, but not be limited to a defrisant, leave-in conditioner, styling cream and volumizing mousse to slightly damp hair.

8. Blow-dry hair straight until completely dry.

9. Separate hair into a straight line part either down the center or as a deep side part depending on the direction of natural hair growth.

Optionally you can wear a fringe or not.

10. Direct all of the hair towards the back of the head.  Separate the back hair into two sections using the top of the earlobes as the dividing line.

11.  Clip off the bottom half of the hair while you work on the top half of the hair.

SaraShaki-12_350h Nestor Carbonell & Sarah Shahi - CBS Television Network., Photo by Giovanni Rufino/CBS ©2014 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved.

12.  Pull the top half of the hair into a ponytail positioned halfway between the nape of the neck and the top of the head.  Secure the base with a hair friendly elastic.

13. Apply a styling hairspray to the surface of the palms of your hands.  Swipe over the top of the ponytail.  Use a finishing brush or fingers to smooth the surface of hair so there are no lumps or bumps.

14. Twist the ponytail into a clockwise direction like a rope.  Twist the newly formed rope around the base of the pony to create a knotted bun.

Secure the newly created bun into place with bobby pins.  Use fingers to lightly form the bun.

15.  Unclip the bottom hair.  Direct it into a ponytail.  Twist the pony hair into a rope.

Wrap the twisted bottom ponytail hair around the top bun.

Secure the wrapped section into place, making sure to hide the pins.

SaraShaki-14_350h Nestor Carbonell & Sarah Shahi - CBS Television Network., Photo by Giovanni Rufino/CBS ©2014 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved.

16.   To keep the hair really free of flyaways and frizz, rub a small amount gel or styling cream into the fingertips.

Massage styling product together.  Apply to the surface of the hair, smoothing down the hair near the part and face framing pieces.

17.  For a high-gloss finish, spray about 3-5 pumps of a shine spray in the palms of your hands and massage together.

18.  Lightly swipe the glossed palms over the top of your hair.

Summary - Beautiful Bodacious Bun

Bodacious means excellent, admirable or attractive.

Actress Sarah Shahi knows how to showcase a stunning beautiful bodacious bun, but on and off screen.

There's nothing more eye catching than a beautiful bodacious bun which appears to blossom like a flower at the back of the head. 

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