I fell in love immediately.
So I did some research and discovered that the artist behind them has so much more than just twig bobby pins. She's integrated nature into jewelry and hair accessories.
I used her Tiny Twig Pins in this tutorial to show you how to twist hair out of your face, but still keep in chic.
This style can be done on almost any length and any texture. You can use plain bobby pins, Tiny Twig Pins, bobby pins with gems on them, etc.
If you don't have bangs, just include them in the twists!
Refer to this post to see what's in my hair.
My bottom twist needed to be adjusted after I finished the tutorial and it doesn't look very twisted in the photos. But follow the video for a more twisty look!
shirt: J.Crew Fall 2011, Scarf: Old Navy, Summer 2011
Do you want your own set of Tiny Twig Pins?
Woodland Belle is giving away one set (2 pins) of Tiny Twig Pins in pewter (the same ones in my hair)!
Here is how to enter:
Comment below telling me your favorite way to experience nature: beach or mountains?(with your e-mail address included)
There will only be 1 winner, and that person will be chosen on Friday December 9th at 7:30a EST via Random.Org. The winner will be contacted via e-mail so don't forget to include it in your comment!)
The winner is:
"I love the ocean, so the beach is definitely my pick!!"
Thanks to all who entered the Woodland Belle Twig Pin Giveaway!