So, I'm considering holding some bun demo workshops. Buns are often the bane of dance teacher's life as what some people accept others do not.
Doing a lovely dancers bun is quite a skill as it's to be rather flat and like a real (bread)bun, not a walnut whip and certainly not a doughnut - no donut rings allowed! Then, preferences for type of bun net and how to fasten it (grips vs pins) rears its ugly head. I say whatever works with your daughter's hair is fine. You also need to ensure there's no whispy hairs and if there's a ring - it will often need to 'disappear'.
There are lots of different hairstyles which as a dance mum, you need to get the knack of. Styles could include a french plait, dutch plait, loose bun, sausage bun, dog ears, the cornish pasty (I have made up the names of some of these).
Would mums come for a bun/hair demo and what would they expect, how much would they expect to pay or should it be free? Lots to think about; perhaps I should get practicing and revising my teaching skills.