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Using Men's Hair Pins and Prongs may be a new concept to you but here at Men's Hair Tools, we aim to educate and inspire men to experiment with different hair holding tools. Men Hair Pins work by securing your hair without the need for an elastic which is a healthier alternative to using elastics (think less snagging and pulling on your hair). Hair Pins are the perfect tool to secure a large amount of hair into a classic manbun style and hair pins for men are the best quick and easy hair tool for a half manbun as well. Using bobby pins for men's hairstyles is up and coming, so get ahead of the trend and try something new today! 

Want to try a Men's Hair Pin but not sure how to use it? For more information check out this guide on how to use Men's Hair Pins and don't forget to sign up to our newsletter for 10% off your next order!






How To Use & Choose Hair Pins For Men

Branching away from the tools you know can be daunting. But the good news is, we’re here to make your everyday hair routine quick and easy without being boring. At Men’s Hair Tools we have two main types of hair pins – our traditional Long Hair Pin and our range of  double-pronged Hair Pins (or Prongs). Which type of hair pin you decide to use, really depends on your style and preference. If you are looking for something more ornate you might prefer the Long Hair Pin, and for more subtle looks a Hair Prong might be a better fit. Once you’ve chosen the right style and size of pin for your hair, you’ll be ready to tie your mane up in three simple steps. By lifting, twisting and securing your hair in place with a pin, you’ll be creating comfortable, tension-free styles that are kind to your hair. Ready to master it? Learn exactly how to tie your hair with a pin on our blog, where we show you in three simple steps with photographs to guide you.