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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.
Love the idea of this product and I think it must work great on shorter, thinner, and straighter hair. I followed the directions for this product but I think my very long unruly curly hair makes it difficult to use without turning my head into a knotty tangled mess in the end.4
I have long hair but don't know much about styling beyond the flat iron, the curl iron and a braid. This nifty tool will definitely change my boring style. Can't believe I just heard about it through birch box.4
I was really excited when I saw this product in my box. Unfortunately with my long, thick and layered hair it did not work at all. I had hair falling out all over the place.1
Works great for half way through work days to just throw your hair up but I still prefer hair ties
I thought it was a little bit awkward to get my hair through the slot in the middleâ€¦ and it didn't grab enough of the layered pieces around my face. Instead of the half-up it was about a fourth up!3
The idea of this is cool but the actual product is a little cumbersome. It's way easier to use use pins to do your hair. My hair didn't stay up with this anyway, despite my best efforts. I have thick, straight, shoulder length hair and it was just too heavy for this to hold.1
I'd seen this product on Birchbox before, and thought "my hair is way to short and curly and fine, that would never work for me." But thank goodness I got it in my box, becuase it's perfect! Although it took about 20 tries before I finally mastered it, it works awesomely in my hair. It holds very well and I prefer it to a hair tie. Thanks!4
I think it might've worked for thinner, shorter and more even length hair because it couldn't handle my thick, layered, long hair. I think it's a good idea, maybe if it was longer for thicker hair?1
I was pretty excited to receive a hair tool in my BB finally. I first tried to put it in a low bun like it showed on the outside of the little insert. THAT didn't work. So I tried with half of my hair and it holds up okay. It probably needs the aid of some bobbypins or something. It's a neat concept, but I'm not sure how durable it's going to be. I was happy to try something different though!3
My hair is layered and very thick, so perhaps the Half-up was just not meant for me. I tried to use it but it was really awkward and ended up falling out very quickly.1