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A closer look at twisting, rolling, and pinning for better updos

Finally, a video for you my dears, that breaks down the mechanics of twisting, rolling and pinning ( and a little backcombing) so that your DIY hairstyles look better and last longer. Have fun, and get creative!
Also if your hair is thick, long, or curly, definitely invest in some large bobby pins. Here are my favorite big bobbies
And here are my favorite regular bobby pins for fine to medium hair types.
Love, HTHG

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  1. Susy Manon

    Great, helpful and very creative website! Thank you so much!!

    1. roxie.hunt Author

      So glad you like it!! Hope the pinning makes more sense now. XO

  2. Mink Schmink

    Great tutorial! ♥ You’ve got a great way of explaining things – thank you!

    1. roxie.hunt Author

      I am so glad that you liked it. I hope to make it easy for people to follow so that they can DIY:) thanks for visiting!

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  4. anu

    great article.very informative and useful .thanks for sharing….

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