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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.
For the days I don't wash my hair this is a must. I'm not handy with hair tools. Give me a blow dryer and straightener and that's about all I can handle. This though I can use!5
It may work for some, but I wasn't a fan of this product. It never seemed to roll nicely and it felt bulky.1
I did not like this at all. Maybe I was not able to use it properly but my hair kept falling out and I felt like I was breaking the plastic underneath!2
I love the idea of this, but it doesn't work with my long thick heavy hair. I ended up with a knotted lump instead of a nice bun. But, it worked great on my daughter's finer hair and is a super cute up-do option.3
It could be just me, but I couldn't get this to work. I love the idea of it though. I will keep trying!2
I have fine hair, so I thought this would be perfect but it just isn't. I either can't get it to bend in the right place or hair falls out all over. Just not what it's cracked up to be. I'll stick to the foam donut to make my ballerina buns.2
This was easy to use and made an adorable low bun.5
I wasn't super impressed with this item. Although I still have it I have used it maybe 3 times in the past two years. For me it's not worth the hassle. I have very fine hair and it's difficult to get it down right without showing through.2
Couldn't ever figure out how to use this. I ended up throwing it away1
I have owned this WRAP UP for 3 years now and it still looks new. I often use it for a quick updo. This hair accessory is much easier to use than many other bun accessories. I have also used it with different lengths of hair ranging from shoulder length to mid back. I believe it does work best with shorter hair than longer. I found that when using it with longer hair, the bun became to big and the WRAP UP could no longer manage the amount of hair it had to hold.3