PS: Do you have any tips for getting the bobby pin design if you're doing this style at home?
MR: When playing with bobby pins at home, it's best to design a style in which the pins interlock or crisscross. This will help them to stay in place. It also helps to spray hair spray on the bobby pins first, to add a slight texture to the pins, along with lightly spraying the hair where the pins are going to go to create a base.
PS: What are some other ways you can use bobby pins as hair accessories?
MR: Placement is something that should be played with. With a side-parted style, adding pins at the part, using the arch of the eyebrow, is a good starting point. Or picking one side of the head to accessorize also looks great. The pins can be in an "X" shape or just layered back on one side. Designing patterns is fun, and there are endless possibilities.