Up until very recently I thought ripple pins and bobby pins were exactly the same thing. I mean, a bobby pin is a pin… for your hair… so I never really thought much about it. Most of the dancers I’ve talked to about this are under the same impression. Dancers we have been grossly misinformed.
These are the skinny, U-shaped pins that have a little squiggle halfway down each side, and they’re wonderful for setting styles like buns and chignons. Just twist and pin. Once you know how to use them you’ll want to make them a staple in your dance bag.
Ripple pins offer more range of motion and easier styling. Plus, they make your hair look more natural than bobby pins since they aren’t so tight. With the right technique, you’ll have the bun in minutes flat. Just be wise when picking your pin.
We tried and tested Kysienn 6cm Brown Ripple Pins.
Firstly these pins came in a pack of 100 so no more running out for a while. We placed the pins into my daughters hair bun and she said she didn’t feel them going in at all. The pins felt very light and the width was just the right size for my daughters hair bun. I didn’t even have to use my teeth to separate the pin.
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ps.. while you are on the Kysienn website why not check out Kysienn hairnets too. These hairnets are so strong and are amazing.