Spin Pins

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As well as the hair brushes from Goody, I have also tried the Spin Pins.  You can see from the photo that a Spin Pin is a spiral shaped pin that you twist into your hair to get it to stay up.  They are supposed to be used instead of bobby pins.

My hair is really curly so usually bobby pins won’t stay in properly.  I was surprised at how good the Spin Pins were though.  Using two of the Spin Pins, I got my hair easily into a loose bun at the nape of my neck and it stayed in all day.  They are really comfy as well – I couldn’t feel that there was anything in my hair.  You can get Spin Pins in either blonde or brunette colours so they aren’t very noticeable when you wear them.

The pins also come with a little booklet with instructions on how to use them to create different hair styles which is helpful.  Spin Pins cost £4.99 for a pack of two and are 100% worth it!

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