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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.
This product is a good idea, but my hair is too short to use3
Like many other reviewers, my hair was just too thick. I dunno, it seems like it probably would have been difficult to use regaurdless.1
I am very limited in what I can do with my hair since it is so fine. The half U5
This product was okay. My hair is very fine, so it came out of the slit easily. I may use this some, but not as often as I hoped.3
I have think hair and coarse hair. I found it difficult pulling my hair through the opening. Also I have layered hair so it's not easy to roll it upwards. I wasn't able to use it...whomp whomp.1
My hair is thick, but still average and still light, and it was exceedingly difficult to use on my hair. It might work with half of a half of an updo,2
I was not impressed with this product. It was difficult to use and very stiff.1
I had difficulty getting my hair in this product. I could open it enough to get my hair through and it also pulled. I tried following the paper instructions. Maybe an instructional video would have helped.1
My hair is way to thick and I couldnt even get it in the thing. It broke easily. I was really excited about it but now im just disappointed.1
This week, this Half-up has been in my hair 5 out of 7 days so far, I found it easy to use, I have it in as a low bun right now. I also did the actual half-up and got many complements on it. It's comfortable in my hair , it didn't give me a headache, like some styles (headbands etc.) I have medium length hair, it is on the thinner side, and I can see how this product might not work so well on thick curly hair.4