The Kirby Grip Trick You've Been Missing All Your Life (Seriously)
How many years has it been since you first picked up a kirby grip? Decades, perhaps? Well, we’re here to tell you you’ve been using one of the most basic beauty tools incorrectly. Keep reading to change the way you look at kirby grips forever!
When you’re inserting a kirby grip, you want the wavy side down, against your scalp. The ridges grip your hair better, which helps prevent the pin from sliding out. Plus, the smooth side blends in with your hair more discreetly. We know we’ve just turned your world upside down, but there’s one more trick you should know…
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Hairstylist Christine Symonds, who works with stars like Kaley Cuoco and Scarlett Johansson, uses dry shampoo when creating updos. "I spray dry shampoo in the roots to give the style body and texture and it gives the bobby pins something to grip to."
Give these tricks a try and let us know how you get on in the comment box below.