Beauty Blogger VoxBox: #SpinPin

Recently, I was selected to be a reviewer for Influenster’s Beauty Blogger VoxBox campaign. This mama is a simple girl, so some foundation, eyeshadow, and lipgloss is about all I need to get through my day. But, that doesn’t mean that I don’t like to get gussied up and treated to good products every once in awhile.

In this VoxBox, I was not disappointed. Here’s what was in my box:

Kiss Ever PRO Lash Starter Kit
Goody Simple Styles Spin Pin
Bath & Body Works Mini Candle
Not Your Mother’s Hair Cream
NYC New York Color IndividualEyes Custom Compact

Over the next few days, I’d like to share with you a ‘lil something about each of the items I reviewed. Today, I’ll start with the Spin Pin (admittedly my favorite item from the box).

Goody Simple Styles Spin Pin (find them on Facebook and Twitter @goodyhair)
In high school, I always had my hair pulled back in a ratty ponytail. In the (11!) years since, I’ve learned to tame my tresses (somewhat, more on this in a moment) and typically have my hair down and straight. In the evenings, I like to pull it back into a low bun to keep it out of my face when hanging out with the kids. The Spin Pin is a great tool to help with this, no elastic ponytail holders needed! You simply spin the hair pins clockwise into a low (or side) bun, one on the top and one on the bottom. It’s super easy and hold my (fine) hair quite nicely. The first time I tried it, it lasted over 3 hours without an adjustment. Honestly, there wasn’t anything I didn’t like about this product!
Here’s a shot of the Spin Pin in my hair. Keep in mind, my hair is fine and I don’t really every do anything to it. This look lasted me through runs, Bob Harper workouts, and a long afternoon at work. Trust me when I say I love this product.

 

Disclaimer: I was provided with the VoxBox by Influenster (http://www.influenster.com/) and asked to review the products in return. All opinions are 100% my own.