Nope, I’m not mad at anybody/anything. I just wanted to finally teach you all how to “screw” your hair up in a bun with the Goody Spin Pins I’ve been using like crazy. (Remember I wore them here?)

Okay, first lemme just say that I enjoy wearing my hair down. But I do put my hair up when I’m going for a different look or when it gets too hot. Before hearing about the Spin Pins, I’d use ponytails to put my hair up, but the problem with ponytails is that it makes the bun sag and eventually fall apart. Plus, it’s painful to take the ponytails out most of the time.

So if you want a painless bun that is sure to stay in place, use the Goody Spin Pins. πŸ™‚

and HERE’S HOW YOU DO IT. πŸ˜‰

STEP ONE: Gather your hair into a ponytail. You can do a high bun or a low bun. It’s up to you.

STEP TWO: Twist your hair into a bun.

STEP THREE: Use the Spin Pin to secure bun by, you guessed it, screwing it in. Trust me, it doesn’t hurt at all. πŸ™‚ Use the second Spin Pin to lock the bun in place.Β 

AND YOU’RE DONE!Β 

TAKING IT OUT:Β To take it out, just “unscrew” the Spin Pin and you’re done. πŸ˜‰Β 

Wasn’t that quick, easy and painless? πŸ™‚

Actually, while doing the buns Danika Navarro and I (yep we were together that time haha) found out there are more ways to enjoy the Spin Pins. Wanna see? πŸ™‚

We used them as toys! haha as mini swords and as mustaches! We obviously had too much fun with them πŸ™‚

Grab your own pair of Spin Pins from Goody and screw away! HAHA

(Spin Pin product shot from http://www.hello-rio.com )

The rest of the photos by my favorite photographer EVER, Tippi Sy! (Thank you, Tipper! Cheer up, babe, k? Love you!)

Hope you enjoyed the post!