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Buh-bye sock bun. The style to rock right now is the romantic and effortless half-up, half-down. For a look reminiscent of Claire Danes circa Romeo + Juliet, rely on SARAHPOTEMPA's The Half Up. Like its big sis The WRAP UP™, this nifty tool helps you fake a fuller mane and secures your bun without the help of bobby pins.
I have a lot of hair and this did nothing for me. This would probably work better for someone with very thin hair.1
I'm not great at using products like this, and in general they're just not for me. Plus I don't really want the hairstyle it's trying to achieve.2
I am a very no-effort hair person, so was excited by the prospects in this tool. Ultimately, it works okay, but I put it in a few times and haven't touched it since as it is somewhat tricky to make work properly. Might work well for people with thicker hair, but I had to be really careful to make sure my hair was evenly dispersed so it wasn't showing.3
I have super fine hair and I struggle creating full updos. This product is amazing no bobby pins needed and it looks great half up or in a low bun. Its so easy and takes about 30 seconds but people will think you put a lot of effort in! Love it.5
This product did not work for me and I gave it many tries. My hair would not even stay using this, let alone make my hair into any kind of style. Really disappointed with this product.1
This helps me put my hair up quickly and easily! Would normally never buy anything like this on my own but glad it came with my box!4
I have no clue how to use this thing... Plus it's a magnet for lint, dust, everything thing.1
I'm not very creative with my hair styling, so I thought this would help give me some variety. While I got variety, I would never want to be seen in public looking the way I did. Didn't hold my hair well and it just looked like a pathetic, messy bun.1
This was too small for my thick hair. Couldn't use it and don't really use these types of hair accessories. It's ok maybe for someone with thin hair1