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  • I've had shorter hair styles for a few years now because it seemed the only way to really keep on top of my frizzy split ends but I finally decided enough was enough and I was going to take better care of my hair and treat it to some special products from time to time to manage the frizz and now that I've done that and it's long enough to pull back, I've been buying all kinds of hair accessories to put my hair up in interesting ways
  • You gather your hair at the nape of your neck, brushing it nice and smooth first to make sure you aren't going to have any crazy lumps on the top of your head, so I suggest doing this while looking in a mirror
  • The only problem with these pins is that they are rather short, so it's kind of hard to get a good grip on them especially the further you push them into your hair, because it gives you less pin to work with but eventually I got the hang of it and it's one of my favorite hair accessories that I keep in my purse at all times now

    • by edelina
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      My hair is finally long enough to do something with it other than comb it straight! Yay! I’ve had shorter hair styles for a few years now because it seemed the only way to really keep on top of my frizzy split ends but I finally decided enough was enough and I was going to take better care of my hair and treat it to some special products from time to time to manage the frizz and now that I’ve done that and it’s long enough to pull back, I’ve been buying all kinds of hair accessories to put my hair up in interesting ways. One of my favorite products to use are these Goody Simple Styles Spin Pins.

      My hair is very fine so it’s been pretty hard for me to find hair accessories that aren’t too heavy. Even some regular tooth clips are a bit weighty to hold my hair up the way I


      want it to and I get frustrated with it because it’s finally long enough to have an updo of some kind or another, but these spin pins seemed to be a good alternative for me since there was more to them than just being bobby pins, but they didn’t weigh hardly anything at all. I loved that they had a curled shape to it, almost like the spiral part of a notebook, but the metal was much sturdier. You don’t have to worry about accidentally bending these all out of shape.

      This is how it works: You gather your hair at the nape of your neck, brushing it nice and smooth first to make sure you aren’t going to have any crazy lumps on the top of your head, so I suggest doing this while looking in a mirror. Then you twist the hair and spin it around like it’s a bun, and tuck in the ...


      • ends. Now the directions say to use one pin on the top of the bun and one on the bottom, but I start near where the ends of the hair are tucked in wherever that might be and use the first pin there. You twist the pin in and it really grabs ahold of the hair well. Then I use the second pin and go wherever the opposite side is from the first one and start spining it in there. You’re supposed to be careful not to lock the pins together because if you start spinning the second pin into the first then you might risk pushing the first one out and loosening up the gather.

        If I was really going for a lose and casual look, I could probably get away with just using one of the pins because it held it in really well, but I only suggest this if you don’t mind a

        lose bun and a few fly-away strands of hair, which can look really pretty under the right circumstances. But I wanted a nice and tight and well-put together bun and so the second pin was a good addition for me. It held it in place very well and I could shake my head side to side and nothing was going to budge. I really thought it wasn’t going to hold this well. I was skeptical when I first purchased it, but it proved me wrong and then some.

        The only problem with these pins is that they are rather short, so it’s kind of hard to get a good grip on them especially the further you push them into your hair, because it gives you less pin to work with but eventually I got the hang of it and it’s one of my favorite hair accessories that I keep in my purse at all times now.




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