I have set myself a challenge. 30 days, 30 hairstyles using the Twist & Pin.
For the whole month of May I will be posting Twist & Pin hairstyles to prove how versatile this technique really is.
I was inspired by a tweet from The Blog Stylist and she wrote about the Little Black Dress experiment that The Society Stylist initiated in 2009. I loved the idea and wondered what sort of challenge I could set myself and so 30 Days of Twist & Pin was born.
I haven’t been very consistent with posting on Hair Romance so posting every day will be a challenge for me. But I really want to illustrate how many things you can do with your hair besides a ponytail, even if your hair is too short for a ponytail.
I started pining my hair when I was growing out my really really short hair and it got to that awkward stage where it’s not short but not a bob. It’s just a bit fluffy. I was growing out the short layer at the back and started folding and pinning to create some attempt at a hairstyle but it really worked. As my hair grew I had enough to start twisting and pinning and so it developed.
I hope 30 Days of Twist & Pin in May provides some hairspiration on how to wear your hair. Click here to subscribe to Hair Romance so you don’t miss a post.
Would love to hear any requests you have or what format you would like to see the challenge.
UPDATE: Hope you are enjoying the Hair Romance Twist & Pin Challenge. I am! So much so I am releasing all the instructions for the styles in an ebook available on 1 June! Not only will it have all the step-by-step for you to recreate these styles yourself at home but will also have some more of my styling tips and tricks. Remember – 1 June – put it in your diaries!
SECOND UPDATE: The 30 Days of Twist & Pin Hairstyles ebook is here! It contains over 75 pages of hairstyle how-tos, detailed instructions and tutorials for more than 30 hairstyles plus extra styling tricks and tips. Click here and here to find out more and to buy the book. Never have a bad hair day again with the Hair Romance ebook!