20 Ridiculously Easy Hairstyles You Can Do With Spin Pins

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These are the genius contraptions called spin pins, and they purportedly “do the work of 20 bobby pins.”

You can get them at Target for $3.79. You can also get the Magic Scroo on eBay for even cheaper.

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You can get them at Target for $3.79. You can also get the Magic Scroo on eBay for even cheaper.

They’re especially great for getting those perfect ballerina buns, even with the thickest or thinnest of hair.

If you have slippery hair, your buns will feel so much more secure than if you were to use bobby pins.

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If you have slippery hair, your buns will feel so much more secure than if you were to use bobby pins.

Here are some spin pin hairstyles that are a little bit more lively than the ballerina bun:

1. Nestle those buns together to create something interesting.

See how she did this with three spin pins here.

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See how she did this with three spin pins here.

2. Add a flower.

Directions here.

3. Keep it loose and messy with dangling tendrils.

Get the tutorial (with video!) here.

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Get the tutorial (with video!) here.

4. Wrap that bun with fancy twists.

Full directions here.

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Full directions here.

5. Sleep with ’em in to get effortless beachy waves.

Directions here.

6. Get an extra-voluminous bun with a Bump-It and a spin pin.

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7. Incorporate a side braid with your bun.

8. A low side chignon is romantic enough for an evening event.

Get the directions here.

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Get the directions here.

9. This braided updo is deceptively easy.

Refinery29 has the full directions.

10. Update the French twist by creating a tucked-in beehive.

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