Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Lilla Rose Review


I was contacted by Jennifer over at A Glimpse of Our Life to try out and review a Flexi Hair Clip by Lilla Rose.

If you are not familiar with Lilla Rose, it centers around unique, functional, and well made hair jewelry, the most popular being the Flexi Hair Clip, which is what I'll be telling you about.

We received the Festive Poinsettia, size extra small.  You can see it below.  Isn't it beautiful?!


Before ordering though, it's very important to watch the video on Sizing and Styling so you know what size to order for your hair.  Based on the thickness of our hair and that we would be using the clip to only put half our hair up, we chose extra small.


We found the clip to be very well made and the beading and design beautiful! It is simple to use and as you can see in the picture above, it comes with a sliding pin attached, so there is no worry about it getting lost.

Although we only used it to put our hair half up, it is very versatile and, depending on the size you order, can be used to put hair in a ponytail, tails up, french twist, and more.

Funny Bunny doesn't usually want to have anything done with her hair, so I was excited to have her try this.  I think it turned out quite nice and she likes it.


I like it for my hair as well.  My hair is thicker and more wavy but I can still easily pull half into the clip.  It's simple for me to attach and looks much nicer than the ponytail holder I'm prone to wearing. :)

Find Out More:  You can find out more online at Lilla Rose.  The Flexi Clip sizes range from mini to mega and are priced at $11 and up.  Lilla Rose also sells Hair Sticks, Hair Bands, Bobby Pins, and more.  You can purchase straight through Jennifer's site or contact her to host a party to earn free jewelry.

Jennifer has a New Customer Special right now - Receive a certificate for 1 FREE item up to $16 after a purchase of 3 items.  Just email her through her website to redeem this offer!  What a great way to purchase a few gifts!




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2 comments:

Sarah Jones

Thanks for sharing

Sarah Jones

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