July 09, 2012

Lilla Rose Flexi Clip - Product Review

I am always looking for a way to pull my hair up, outside of the typical bun.  I have tried everything from bobby pins to plastic clips and usually an hour or so later, I notice my hair is slowly falling down and I am forced to re-do it or simply forgo the look altogether.  Enter the Lilla Rose Flexi Clip!  Right on time.  It’s summer, temperatures are at record all time highs and the last thing I want to deal with is hair hanging in my face and on my neck.  Holly, an Independent Consultant for  Lilla Rose sent me this gorgeous flexi clip to try and I must say, it’s as close to perfect as you can get when it comes to hair clips. 
Here’s a little bit about the product: 
- Patented design
- Beautiful and elegant
- Works with all hair types (baby fine and stick strait to wavy and thick)
- Doesn't bump the headrest of your car when driving, on an airplane etc.
- Fits securely
- Takes seconds to put in place
- Works with multiple styles including French twists, side clips, half-up, drop buns, etc.
- Looks much better than a "PLASTIC CLAW"

What I Love:
·    Ease of use – the clip was super easy to install and the instructions are very detailed and user friendly. 
·    Comfort – it has the perfect fit in that it’s not so tight that there is extra tension on my hair, it doesn’t hurt after wear and it’s not stabbing my scalp the way other hair accessories do.
·    Sizing Variety - I love that there are multiple clips to accommodate various hair types, shapes and sizes and hairstyle preference.  There’s a video to help you with size selection.
·    When you removal it from your hair, you don’t take your hair out with it!
·    Stylish – it does what it’s supposed to do while remaining cute and stylish.

Medium size
Check out Holly’s website for more information and stay tuned for a giveaway!

For the month of July, Holly will be donating all of my commissions to a very special cause: The Gwendolyn Strong Foundation which supports families and children with SMA (The #1 genetic killer of children under 2.)  The disease affects 1 in 6,000 children and there is currently no treatment and no cure.  SMA is genetic and affects babies regardless of race, ethnicity, or gender.  80% of babies born with SMA1 (the type that Gwendolyn has) die before their first birthday.  This family has started a non-profit to raise funds to help find a cure for the disease (experts believe with enough funding, a cure will be found in the next 5 years.) 
She will be donating all of her commission from all sales made through this link: http://www.lillarose.biz/parties/660 to the GSF (Gwendolyn Strong Foundation). 

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