Tutorial: How to use a hair pin.


Posted in Tutorial on August 29th, 2011 by Reagan

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Recently when I did the Half Up and Full Up Fat Twist tutorials, I told you that Id do a hair pin tutorial. They are really great alternatives to bobby pins, and they dont give you as much of a headache! So, we did this quick little video last night to show those of you who couldnt figure out the pin situation.

Remember, this is a Hair Pin tutorial! If it had been a bun tutorial, I would have spent a little more time making it look nice. Haha

PS we didnt go to DC.



17 Responses to Tutorial: How to use a hair pin.

  1. kate Says:

    Yay! Im so buying hairpins today. Ive had them used on my hair by professionals for updos, but always pitched them once I took my hair down, because I figured I wouldnt be able to get them to work. My hair is very fine and soft, so bobbies slide out easily. Ive been rocking buns a lot to work (especially on third day hair) but Ive been getting so frustratied with bobby pins.

    PS Thanks for recommending PSSSSST its better than any other dry shampoo Ive tried, even the very pricy, high end stuff. Yay x 2! Ive been telling all my girlies about PSSSSST. They cant believe when I tell them Im on 3rd day hair (or like one day last week, 4th day hair!)

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  2. kate Says:

    *frustrated

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  3. Rae Says:

    You guys are so cute.

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  4. Jen Says:

    Absolutely love your nail polish combination! :)

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  5. jeannie Says:

    yeah, the nails were a nice touch. very cute.

    are those the japanese hair pins?

    i need a good pinning method. thanks.

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  6. Camila Says:

    Can you show us how to apply dry shampoo???? When I used it I got it all over myself and the girls nose! I tried puttingit on my hands but then it just gets super sticky and gross. How do YOU do it??????

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  7. Aubrey Says:

    I just bought some hairpins to try out.. and it was a mess! now that I know HOW to use them it will hopefully be better next time :)

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  8. Abby Adams Says:

    This is totally off topic but I love your nails. Whitney Port nails are my favorite right now. I love trying different combinations. Your colors are perfect!

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  9. Taylor Griffin Says:

    Im in cosmetology school and graduating in three months. This tutorial was SO helpful, thanks for being so awesome!

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  10. Julia Says:

    i LOVE your manicure. AND your videos!

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  11. N Says:

    These videos are great! I especially like the messy waves/Blake Livey one. Thanks for explaining that the key was to start in the middle of the hair; I had been starting at the ends and winding upwards, and I ended up looking like Shirley Temple!

    Anyways, my tangential question for this video is what is the song that starts at the very end, around 3:47? I feel like Ive heard it somewhere but I cant find it and its driving me crazy! Thanks!

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  12. Jessica Says:

    thanks, you rock!

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  13. stephie Says:

    YAY! i bought hairpins some time ago but i didnt now how to use them. Thanks! this was very helpful! :)

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  14. Joyce Says:

    Great info. Finally found a better way to use the hairpin.. I had been bending one end up.

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  16. Rhys Says:

    There are many types of hair pins are available these days. I use them daily.

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