Why Are Bobby Pins Called Bobby Pins?

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A bobby pin is a small pin or clip, used in coiffure to hold hair in place and is usually made of metal. This trend caught wave in the 1920s, and the bobby pins kept the bobbed hair in place. The bobby pin came into wide use as the hairstyle known as the bob cut or bobbed hair took hold.
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The "bobby pin" came into wide use as the hairstyle known as the "bob cut" or "bobbed hair" took hold.
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Answer The "bobby pin" came into wide use as the hairstyle known as the "bob cut" or "bobbed hair" took hold. This trend gained popularity in the 1920s
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