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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 think my hair was too short for this product. Looked weird and didn't work for me.1
I was excited to try this. So far I haven't had success w/ doing it correctly, but looking at the picture of the girl using one as, 'The trend to watch for' was hilarious! She looks like a Gladiator w/ a little bun on top and the rest of her hair down. I doubt this will be a trend this season. I will keep trying because my hair is long and I love having it up.1
I liked this product in general, but I think it felt a little flimsy and like it will wear out with a few uses.3
I don't feel like I need a product to style my hair in a low bun & it wasn't very effective for styling on top because my hair is thick and pieces kept falling out of the slot. However, I think this would probably be a really good product for someone with thinner hair!2
Perhaps I just don't know how to use this product properly but I tried to follow the instructions and my hair kept falling out. After several tries I managed to get a pseudo bun but the spongy covering was difficult to cover with my hair and the bun did not feel like it would stay. Overall it was frustrating. Maybe my hair is too thick and this might work for someone else.1
This product did not work well with my hair. I have short hair (chin length) and found this difficult to use.2
I have fine, layered hair which did not work well with this product. The layers kept slipping out of the it.2
Considering the fact I have a pixie cut this product
Was completely useless to me
My entire head's worth of baby fine hair couldn't support the weight of this piece or conceal it. No go here.1
It worked for me once, then I couldn't get it work again. It really depends on the texture of your hair on a given day. It's a neat idea, but I fought it would be more like the "slap bracelet" type.5