Goody Simple Styles Spin Pin, Assorted Colors Dark or Light Hair, 2 Count
- Simple styles spin pin can help create a smooth and sleek or messy bun
- Each spin pin does the work of 20 bobby pins
- For all hair types, great for medium to long hair
- Assorted colors, dark and light
- 2 Piece count
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1. Gather your hair at nape of your neck (no ponytail holder needed) - 2. Twist your hair into a tight bun and tuck in the ends. - 3. Spin one pin in from the top and the other up from the base, taking care not to interlock pins. - More styles inside package.
Top Customer Reviews
It took me about 5 minutes max to get a feel for it and once I had my hair up in a bun (possibly the best looking one I have ever been able to produce) it stayed put perfectly until I decided to take it out. I'm interested in trying out the other items in this line in hopes that I may have more hair styling luck. I whole heartedly recommend this item.
i have straight, "virgin" (as the hairdressers call it), mid-back length asian hair so everything slides out, including ponytail bands. i redo a ponytail or re-twist a bun probably once an hour. these hair pins held a bun in dry hair from 9am until i took them out around 6! and my hair stayed tight and in place the whole time! they are incredibly simple to use (it took more time removing the packaging, than mastering the product), and i highly recommend them to anyone who's curious.
A week later I attempted a french roll. I didn't even have all my hair up in it when...the pin bent out of shape! Now it was stuck in the hair and it didn't even hold the attempted style. Imagine my frustration as I had to carefully untangle my hair from around this thing. I wasn't even doing what the manufacturer warns against, which is crossing the pins (sounds like some Ghostbuster thing, "do not cross the streams!" Anyways...) while fastening the hair with the spin pins. Crazy thing, I got it out and tried to reshape it, and that wasn't going to happen. Where was that strength to keep its original shape!?!?!?
After that experience, the spin pins are sitting on the bathroom counter. Haven't used them since then. I will try again eventually, but the spin pin failure and its result is too fresh in my mind.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
As a person who pretty much always has her hair up, these were a welcome product. I used to use clam shell clips which would always break after too long. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Lisa
Seem to work pretty well, although I got a new haircut and my layers are a bit too short now and come out. More of a haircut problem than a problem with these pins though!Published 5 months ago by Anna Banana
I've had my eye on spin pins since I first saw them at my local Target, but didn't want to go through the hassle of returns when they inevitably failed to revolutionize my hair... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Mary Jane
These are pretty fun. I don't know why but before buying these I had never been able to successfully put my hair up in a bun. I am very hair-challenged. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Dr. K
These are great little gizmos for creating buns! They work well for me even though my hair is baby-fine and partially layered.Published 12 months ago by autumnleaves
A different kind of bobby pin, took little time to learn to use it and I do use them quite often!Published 13 months ago by Sarah R. Brackett
I use these almost every day for work and it keeps my hair up for hours while also making a great looking bun. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Cara M.