Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Goody Shows Us How the Undone Bun Is Done

Goody-Spin-Pin How about this cool hair accessory from GOODY!!?? It’s from their new Simple Styles Collection and they claim the Spin Pin does the work of 20 bobby pins and while I’m not sure how they came up with that random number, I think it’s actually more! And it is super easy to put in. Simply twist your hair into a low bun and tuck the end in. Then spin one pin from the top of the bun and one pin from under the bun being careful not to interlock the pins. The bun you’ll get is not super tight but it really holds all the hair. Comes in Brunette and Blonde. $6 @ walgreens.com.

Have you tried this yet or the other two accessories in the collection? Do tell in the comments!


Disclosure: A sample of this item was provided to Cybelesays.com for review purposes.




I've been wondering how that works and if it works well. My hair is finally long enough to use something like that!

Jackie S.

Great idea, but hard are they to remove?


Hi Jackie - they are sooooo easy to remove. They just twist out! Very worth the price.


Hi Phyrra - they are pretty fun to twist in and out and they go in really smooth and easy and the same going out I would give it a shot!


Old post, but still...I love spin pins! I was married in June 2010, outside, in the Arkansas heat and I hap spin pins in my hair. Worked awesomely! :)

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