31 Jan '13, 12pm

Learning how to use 'Bumpits' via @SuperKawaiiMama. Tehe. Bumpits.

Terrific tutorial, thank you for posting it! I’d been wanting to try Bumpits for quite a while (since the first time I saw the TV commercial for them), but worried that my super fine/very thin hair wouldn’t hide them. I bought a set of three (Bumpits) last summer and eagerly tried them out, but my suspicions were confirmed, there was no way on earth my hair could cover them. I’ve since heard that one solution to this is to use a small clip in piece of faux (or real, wig quality) hair, from a beauty supply shop, clipped into your own hair (this additional piece is used to help camouflage the Bumpit). I haven’t tried that method yet myself, but may one day. I’m not giving up on Bumpits, that much is sure, and will keep trying to get them to work with my fine hair. Wishing you a gorgeous Monday & week ahead! <3 Jessica

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