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Our colleagues in the UK refer to these tress essentials as kirbies or hair grips, while in the US it’s thought their name comes from the phrase bits and bobs. Whatever you call them, bobby pins are a must-have in every beauty arsenal—and there’s no reason you need to hide them. This exclusive set of six chicly patterned pins adds instant style to all your ‘dos—display them proudly.
These definitely have a strong hold. They're a little big in some ways but otherwise I liked them5
I received the green ones which I was really excited about. I've since tried to use them multiple times with no success.. they slide out of my hair and provide no hold and when I do try to take them out myself they pull my hair out from the end. I'll stick to the not so pretty ones that actually work.1
I am a collector of bobby pins, especially fun ones like these. However, these kept getting stuck and pulling out hair when I wore them. Super cute, but ouch.3
I use bobby pins a lot so it was nice to get something both functional and decorative for my hair. I wish one side was zig-zagged like normal bobby pins though.3
I disliked these bobby pins. The colors were silly and they were a bit harsh on my hair. There's no need to lose hair when removing bobby pins from my hair. They were too thick and tight as well. I would not recommend them nor would I buy them. Not even for children.2
I tend to use pins once in a blue moon, but mostly I prefer colors that match my hair color. Don't particularly care for flashy colors in my hair. I'd rather my hair look more naturally put together than having clips so prominently apparent.2
I have thicker hair so these bobby pins made it easy to pull my hair up plus added a little extra fun to the look5
These are really large and looked weird in my fine hair. They are really stiff and difficult to open to put in my hair and when I tried to take them out they pulled my hair pretty bad.2
I don't really wear bobby pins. When I do you can't usually see them. These are cute, but even after the video's on how to style them I can't seem to make them work. I feel like a little girl with them in my hair and not really a professional working woman.2
These bobby pins are so cute but when I tried putting them on, they were really hard to just open up. They also hurt when being taken out since they are so stiff. Sadly, this didn't work out for me.2