tip: spin pins!

21 September 2013

Have you seen/heard of these things? Our new best friend! I am not a good hair bun maker. My poor Lauren was in a preschool ballet recital and the bun I had put in fell out in the middle of the song! Hair flailing everywhere = mortifying!

I have been fired from buns ever since. Until I met these~they are called spin pins and this is how they work (thank you to Hailey, my trusty model)

1. twist your hair into a bun.

2. take one and twist it down into the bun

spin pin 1


3. take another and twist it up into the bun, make sure they don’t interlockspin pin 2

4. your bun stays in all day! Bring on the ballet recitals! We have lots of hair in this family, so it was a great find for us.spin pin

I’ve seen them at most stores that sell hair products for $6-7 for 2 and also on on Amazon in a 6-pack

We hope they make your hair life a little easier~

(no affiliate with spin pins, we just love them)



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