While eavesdropping on Twitter the other day, I was surprised to learn that some ladies still had not tried (or even heard of!) Goody’s Spin Pin. When they came out last year I knew instantly that I had to have it!
My hair is down to the middle of my back and on the thicker side, so doing a bun the traditional way requires a zillion bobby pins. But Spin Pins do the work of something like 20 bobby pins to hold your hair in place. I was a slight bit skeptical at first, but for under $10 (actually I think more like under $7!), it was definitely worth trying!
I am not exaggerating in the least when I saw this is one of the best hair accessories/tools/tricks I’ve found in a long time! It holds my hair in a bun all day and is the simplest thing to use.
How to Use Spin Pins
1 – Pull your hair up into a pony tail (no hair band needed!), twist, and wrap the pony tail around itself.
2 – Take the first Spin Pin and spin it into hair from the front of the bun.
3 – Take the other Spin Pin and spin it into hair from the back of the bun.
4 – And you’re done! This final photo is after 8 hours of wearing the Spin Pins.
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