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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 don't know if I just wasn't using this right or what, but I had a hard time getting it to stay. My hair would just pull it down and fall out. I tried giving it to a friend and her hair was far to thick for it. I'll stick with a regular old sock bun in the future.3
I don't use hair accessories like this, so I can't really review this one way or another. I like the concept, and it seems like a good product otherwise.3
I was really skeptical of this... thing, it looked like it would require some work to put in and would look completely dorky... I really lack skill in doing my hair. It was straightforward and simple to put in. I like how it feels and looks, and it does lock hair in nicely and doesn't fall out.4
I don't know if its becausse my hair is too thick or if I have just too much hair but this didnt work for me, couldn't even hold my hair up for long.1
It was easy to use and I got a million compliments on it. Sample made my month!5
Although this product may work for others with different hair types, I don't typically wear the "sock bun" style and had a hard time keeping this in my medium-length hair.2
this is a really cool idea. but my hair is very glossy and I cannot figure out how to make it stick.3
i like the idea but i wish it was a little smaller, and a little softer
I felt this product was completely unnecessary. It was flimsy and didn't stay. Basically a useless piece of foam.1
I liked the idea but with my baby fine hair didn't work so well not good for me.1