Sunday, 4 October 2015

DIY LOUNGE - COLOURED BOBBY PINS



Most times when I watch an hair styling video, the stylist emphasizes on making sure your booby pins are well concealed or hidden!
Trying to make your Bobby pins invisible can be stressful, challenging and takes lots of skill.. Today, on DIY LOUNGE, am going to show you how to make your Bobby pins too cute to hide, thereby saving you from all the "tuck it in and hide it like this"!

                    THINGS YOU NEED
 - Bobby pins
 - nail polish
 - foil


                  DIRECTION
STEP I
    pick out some of your favourite nail polish and your nail hardener.

STEP II
    Spread your foil paper on a table and put your pack of Bobby pins on it( do not remove the pins from the pack )
STEP III
    coat the pins twice with the nail polish and leave to dry
STEP IV
    After it must have dried, coat the pins once with your hardener and leave to dry
   
      
STEP V
    Remove from pack and your Bobby pins are ready to use




You really do not have to strategically hide your Bobby pins anymore, you could just coat with some of your favourite nail polish or even sprinkle some glitter and your Bobby pins too cute, you wouldn't feel good hiding them..




Your questions and feedbacks are highly,
Appreciated,
So, see you at the comment section!

11 comments :

  1. This is cute.. Although when the paint starts chipping off and leaving bits in the hair, that might be a small problem.

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  2. This is cute... Although when the paint starts chipping off and leaving bits in your hair, that might be a problem.

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  3. Nice.Honestly never imagined this,i just struggle with my pins until they are away.We learn everyday and this is quite easy.Joined to the list.

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  4. This is cute , but you could just buy colored Bobby pins . my best are the gold one . or maybe I'm just lazy lol

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    1. Never seen colored bobby pins.I wasn't actively searching for it tho.

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    2. Neither have I. I'm only familiar with black, grey and the metallic ones.

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  5. Really creative as usual. This is useful for people who find themselves in a tight corner. Cos I just get coloured bobby pins from poundland.

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  6. Thanks for sharing this cool idea. My girls are going to have fun doing this.

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  7. More fun DIY for me and my Lil me.
    Really lovely idea.

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  8. This looks like it will solve my lost bobbies problem! Thanks Bukola.

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  9. Great information!.I would like to colour mine white or silver.Like bee of glamlushhair said,it would be easy to find lost ones

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