I keep seeing the commerical the Spin Pin and I’m so courteous. Now in the commercial I saw one AA female with thicker hair, but it was straight. I’m wondering if this will work on us with natural thick hair when it’s not straightened… what about loc’s, sisterlocs, or braided updo’s(ummmmmm… *baffled*). I love the fact that you can use it and it is like using 20 bobby pins. I hate using bobby pins,they hurt my scalp…so this would be super helpful. You can get the entire set below for 14.99 plus shipping and handling. I’m only interested in the spin pin. They sell them individually at CVS, Target and Walgreens. I’m confused at how it would work…I’m pretty sure it would get stuck in my loc’d hair. Have any of you tried this??
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I have also wondered about this spin pin. I can't stand hair/bobby pins.