Step Five: Once you've gotten your hair rolled to your head, it's time to pin it securely in place! As you can see from the photo above, you will want to pin inside the roll. It's super easy to hide the bobby pins this way so you don't end up A) having a head full of visible bobby pins, or B) a flat roll on the back of your head. Unless you like that. And then I say GO FOR IT. Finish your look with a little hairspray and you're done!
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Step Four: Okay! Now that you've pinned your hair to one side, take the remaining hair and gather it into a ponytail. Wrap the hair around your hand and roll it in toward your head. If your hair is on the shorter side, but you still have enough for a small pony, you can accomplish this step by wrapping hair around a couple of fingers instead of your hand