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A favorite of fashion bloggers, off-duty models, and the rest of us on the hunt for an easy weekend look, the ubiquitous topknot shows no signs of abating. But much like winning a round of Candy Crush Saga, the seemingly simple ’do can be tricky to master. With this plight in mind, hair genius Sarah Potempa created The WRAP UP™, a nifty tool that helps you score the perfect topknot, sleek chignon, or tousled low bun.
The WRAP UP would be ideal for medium-length hair, but mine is very long and I have a lot of it. Going to stick to my usual topknot with a hair tie.3
My hair is long, but super layerEd. I have a hard time keeping it in a bun. This works great to help keep hair in place all day long. Its my go to lazy day hair accessory.5
I have such a hard time making a bun since I have long layers and annoyingly fine and think hair. It's pretty much the perfect storm for awful buns. But with this little guy I can put it up so easily! I still need a couple bobby pins, usually, but it's so worth it! I'm in love.5
Oh man! I was so excited to order this and try it. It came quickly... and it did not work well with my hair! It doesn't bend tight enough to actually stay. You would need MANY bobbi pins for this to work. :( Really wish I could get a refund, OH WELL.1
If you have fine hair this doesn't work well. Followed instructions and it poked out/showed underneath. Wanted to love this as I like putting my hair up. But just wasn't great.1
I was looking for a simple hair bun wrap to use and was hoping this would be it after hearing rave reviews about it. Perhaps my curly hair is just too thick, but this hair wrap just doesn't hold my hair well. I have to use bobby pins along with the wrap and I still feel like it doesn't have a strong and secure hold. I have had to resort to going back to a regular bun maker which gives better hold.2
I bought this for my 13 year old, for ballet buns. The wrap always came loose and stuck out awkwardly. Maybe user error? We don't use it.2
I have medium length hair and I thought that this was great when I used it to put a bun in my hair . It work great and stayed up all night. I like it I will be getting another one.5
I bought this very excited to have help with those "I need to look professional on four hours of sleep" days. It's a cool concept, but it doesn't play out well. I have too much (fine, straight, below the shoulder) hair to keep the bun up without pinning, and my (very subtle) layers sneak out. Overall, this tool is probably useful but it isn't going to dramatically shorten your routine.2
I bought the wrap up with the hope it would allow me to have an easy, neat bun that lasts all day. My hair has long layers so when I tried to do a high bun large pieces fell out; however, it works great when my hair is in a low pony.3