Friday, March 29, 2013

Spin Pin: Where has this been all my life?

First I want to say this is not a sponsored post. This amazing little product was given to me by a co-worker today because she loves it so much and knew I would too. 

Okay with that out of the way.....I AM AMAZED AT THE DOLLAR TREE SOMETIMES!

My coworker found these "Spin Pin"s the other day and picked one up for herself. Basically they are finger size double helix hair pins (the best way I can describe them) that you spin into your hair to create either tight or loose buns/updos without hair ties. 


The reason I feel in love with these is they replace shoving a pencil or pen into my hair, part way through the work day when I'm tired of having my hair down. 


It's more professional looking, I can create a nice, soft yet professional bun in seconds! 



Okay, maybe I'm easily pleased...but these ARE amazing! I suggest running to your local Dollar Tree and seeing if they have them. Try 'em out. They're only a buck after all!


(You'll have to forgive the poor video. I wanted to show you how easy it was but am here at work so I needed to make it quick....)

8 comments:

  1. Oooh, I may have to do just that! Although I've never really gotten the pen thing to work for me. I don't know if I just don't know how to do it or if my hair is weird or something. But hey, for a dollar it's worth a shot.

    P.S. You're adorable. Love your smile. :-)

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    1. haha. I <3 you

      Well give it shot right? And if it doesn't work you can turn them into a bookmark or something. :)

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  2. I'll definitely be looking for those when I get back to the States. I always have a hard time getting my buns to stay put.

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    1. If you email me your addy I'll send you the extra pair I bought this weekend. ;) For reals.

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  3. I just seen these and thought about getting some!! I'm so glad to see that you like them so much.. I'll definitely go get some now :) Thanks for the tip Ms. Morgan!!

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    1. I also found them at RiteAid....Conair makes them as well but were a few bucks more than the dollar store.

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  4. I am gonna try these (before I cut all my hair off)

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