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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 tried this a few times, but my hair just keeps falling out of the product! I think it would work with someone who has wavy or curly hair, but mine's too thick and straight. Maybe I'm doing it wrong?3
Tricky to get it work. Tried the first time and works perfectly, but doesn't work that way every time. can't put too much hair in or it won't close up at all, in my case, forget about to put up my entire hair, maybe they come out with a bigger size.4
I'm used to having my hair in a half up-do so I was excited to receive this product. It certainly didn't make things any easier and it was harder to get the perfect look. I'd rather stick with my usual hair ties and pins for half up-dos; it's much faster than using this product.1
I really like this hair product. I would like to get a full up as well.5
This is a cool product but it does take a little extra time to get used to it. When I figured it out it looked pretty good.3
I am no hair magician; all I usually do is let it fry and brush it out. This product is so easy to use, I love it! In seconds I have a hairdo :) ahh love the simple things5
I have used a ton of products like this (one almost weekly), including a plain ole' sock bun. This one was impossible. It was hard to shape, hard to get the hair in the slit, and my layers fell out. Maybe others will have more luck.2
This thing is pretty nifty. It actually works. It is easy and simple5
Easy to use and held up all of my fine hair well. Just not really my style when it comes to hair stuff.4
This wants to work it my hair, i just think I need to get the hang of it. Maybe it would work 100% if I didn't have layers?4