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Goody Spin Pins Review

How to Create an Easy Updo: Take Goody's New Pins For a Spin


Want a quick, easy way to put your hair up? We've got a solution for you in our latest Bella Beauty Bite. Find out how to create an easy updo using Goody Spin Pins — two spiral pins that create a hairstyle in seconds. You can use them to create a precise bun, but we like a casually undone updo. Just watch and see.

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lilybellelocks lilybellelocks 4 years
I've seen these at Shoppers but had no idea how to use them, would be good to try since I do wear my hair up most days. Are they comfortable if you lean back against something (like a car head rest for example, or do you feel them?) Thanks :)
Annie-Tomlin Annie-Tomlin 4 years
Another fan! I haven't worn more than two, no. I find that if I twist my hair tightly, two pins hold it just fine.
lovebareskincare lovebareskincare 4 years
thanks so much!!!! i picked one up from ulta this weekend. and i'm wearing it now. love it! have you tried wearing more than 2? does it hold better?
tahako tahako 5 years
OHHH thanks Annie <3
Annie-Tomlin Annie-Tomlin 5 years
Walgreens and Target for sure. Or online if you want to go that way!
tahako tahako 5 years
hey Annie, where we can find them?
Annie-Tomlin Annie-Tomlin 5 years
Talldiva45, I have really fine hair so I can't speak from experience. I'd say that if you can use bobby pins without a problem, these should work just fine. Not sure if they're going to release the pins in a shade that matches black hair perfectly, but it's a good idea. I'm wearing the pin for light hair FYI.
Talldiva45 Talldiva45 5 years
Cool = but I have been hesitant because they don't have a variety of colors to match hair tones. All I see in my area is ones for blonde and brunette... - I also wonder if fthis would work on African American hair/textured hair?
cdelaney cdelaney 5 years
Love!
Annie-Tomlin Annie-Tomlin 5 years
Yes, I think the pins would work. My hair is about two inches past my shoulders and I have more than enough hair.
JessRose JessRose 5 years
Yeah - but how long does your hair have to be? I just got a haircut (to just below my shoulders). Would these pins still work? :(
Annie-Tomlin Annie-Tomlin 5 years
Yeah, aren't they great? So much less clutter. I've done tighter buns and updos with them, too — spinning one pin upward and the other downward — but I really like the more undone look that you get by spinning both pins upward. And it's so fast. Love.
Ladyseven Ladyseven 5 years
I love these- no more thousands of bobby pins in my makeup bag, I just have the two spin pins. Freaking GENUIS.
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