Goody Spin Pin for a Fabulous Bun



A friend one day excitedly shared to me an awesome way of doing a clean and “tieless” bun by using extraordinary pins that keeps the hair intact and damage free. So of course I had to try it and see for myself how effective are those little pins my friend is raving about. Did a little bun and held it using the Goody Spin Pin and it didn’t disappoint. It really holds the hair for a long time. Did another bun twist on Irene’s hair and the result was amazing! The 2 pins held the bun to its place until she removed them couple of hours after. It’s actually perfect if you are in a hurry or just going to a party with no plans on spending much for hair stylist! Just play around with your hair and these spin pins will hold it for you.

This Goody Spin Pin is a little corkscrew that does magic to your hair creating nearly-instant updos, buns and French twists. You do not need to worry as it’s quite easy to use these adorable pins. Create a bun and then insert the pin by twisting it into your bun. Twist it in clockwise. To remove the Spin Pin, twist counterclockwise.

Have you tried these pins? What’s your verdict then? Well mine is fabulously great! If you want to buy it, you may check it online or go to your nearest shopping mall and look for the goody stuff rack.

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10 Comments

  1. oh, goody. i remember the brand. combs, brushes, clips, i used to buy those. it’s fun to know the brand’s still there. items were very durable.

    thanks for sharing this.

    found u at FBU page:)

  2. I so envy you! I really want that Spin Pin!! kaso out of stock sila.. di naabutan ni boyfie T________________T maybe by March, I’ll get myself a Goody Spin Pin when i visit Cebu!!! hihihi πŸ˜€

    1. @Mich – it’s 565 (2 pcs pins) at Robinsons. Not quite sure with the rest of the Goody stuff. They’re a bit expensive than the usual but it’s worth it.

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