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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 do like using this for a sock bun without the actual sock. I have short hair and it works for me. I have one exactly like this already, but I guess it is always good to have a back up. I have only used this to make a bun, but will try to other hair styles with this.3
The other reviews say it doesnt work in fine nor thick hair, and mine is normal not too thick and not fine at all and it still didnt stay.2
Very disappointed with this. Just not my style at all. Felt very flimsy, I gave it away.2
I was super excited to try this when I got it but ended up getting so frustrated trying that I haven't used it since.2
It was awkward to try and get my hair through the hole in the middle… and it didn't grab enough of the layers around my face. Instead of a half-up, it was about a quarter up!3
After seeing this product, I excited to try it out. However, after countless attempts, I could not get my hair to pull into a nice bun like it is supposed to. My hair is a bit thick which may be why it did not work out for me.1
I have bought similar bun making hair accessories before that worked much better than this product. I have shoulder length hair that is quite thin. Though I did succeed in getting part of my hair up into a half-do, it took way too much time as it was difficult to use.4
I have very thick hair and this half up just didn't work?1
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