Friday, January 6

My secret for the perfect messy bun, everytime!

The cute and messy bun is incredibly trendy right now, and I love it because it's in for everyone, mothers, youngsters, hipsters, and grandma's, and even dad's alike.  It's cute dressed up or dressed down, or even for the just getting out of bed look haha.  Trends make me laugh!  The ones that fit into my lifestyle though, I hold on to them for dear life.  The real root of this post is actually in the accessory that I use.  I have really really long hair, like down below my waist long, which means that it's heavy and most hair bands don't hold it up.  And if they do, they start hurting me after about 30 minutes.  These little things called spin pins are amazing!  I carry a pair in my diaper bag and in my purse for a quick up-do if I get hot or if I just need my hair out of my face.  They also make the messy bun so extremely easy and quick, and best of all, pain free!  I can keep these in all day, and if you can tell from the 4th photo down, I can even get the "dread-lock" look from keeping my hair in a bun for literally days haha.  The truth is, I've always wanted dreads so this was a pretty neat surpise, even my sweet husband was into it.  Anyway, you can find these spin pins practically anywhere, including here on Amazon Prime and most likely, your local grocery store. 


I will be doing more tutorials on easy hair styles for the busy but fabulous mama and so many of them feature these spin pins so stay tuned!  If you have any ideas for more tutorials that you would like to see, don't hesitate to contact me at madina dot lawlis at gmail dot com <3

XO,
Madina

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6 comments:

  1. Gorgeous girl!! xo do you just twist them in and they stay? I wonder if it would hold my super fine hair.

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    1. YES!! I kind of take some hair to anchor then twist in. Easiest thing ever. I'm sure with fine hair you might just need one. Another trick is to twist them into each other if that makes sense. Like twist one in then twist the other one directly perpendicular to it to where they twist into eachother. If you need more help, I'll DM you a video! X

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  2. I love these twisty hair pins but I can't figure out how to use them in my curly hair. This is great and your hair is gorgeous!

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    1. Darling! Curly hair is probably the easiest way to use them!! Just twist your hair and twist them in! Once you get the hang of it, you won't want to use anything else!

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  3. This is literally everything I didn't know I needed. I always look like the trunchbull when I do a bun.

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    1. hahaha I don't even know what a trunchbull is but I doubt you look anything close to such a thing! You are beautiful! And yes, you need these in your life :))))

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