Monday, December 15, 2014

Lilla Rose Flexi Hair Clip (Giveaway)

Nope, not a book review but another situation where a company contacted me and their product caught my attention. They offered to send a sample of their product my direction in exchange for a review and also offered up a giveaway to one of my readers. I had heard of them before and was interested to check their stuff out so I had to say yes, of course.

(I have this giveaway and one more to run before Christmas so let's get the ball rolling.)

Today let's take a quick peek at Lilla Rose Flexi Grips. A rep for Lilla Rose contacted me and I was excited to hear from her because I knew that my daughter - who likes doing her hair "like a princess" - would love a chance to sport one of these beautiful Flexi Hair Clips. The selling point for me was that they advertise that they will hold up hair of all lengths, textures and thickness. My daughter is just three years old and while I anticipate her having a very thick head of hair at some point, it is still fairly thin and silky. It's forever falling out of clips and if the Flexi Hair Clip worked as well as advertised, I thought this would be a mighty fine solution.

A little bit about the Flexi Hair Clips:

This hair clip might look similar to ones that you see at your local store, but it is definitely not the same. Each Flexi Hair Clip has a patented sliding pin which allows you to more easily maneuver your hair and gives the clip a firm grip on the hair once you have slid the pin into place.

In doing my daughter's hair I found that it was easy to hold onto the pin while styling her hair. I used the clip to put her hair up in a ponytail and also into a partial updo and it worked great for both. (You'll have to forgive me if I do not know the technical names for hairstyles. Still learning!)

I was invited to choose the size Flexi Clip I wanted. It is highly encouraged (and strongly recommended) that you watch the following sizing video to determine which one would best work with your hair type.

Here is the link to the website offering more details as to sizing. The video above not only informs you of the best size Flexi Hair Clip for your hair but also offers some ideas of how to use the clip to its best advantage. I selected the "mini" size for my daughter and it worked exactly as advertised. They have many beautiful styles to choose from and I had fun browsing their website to select one. In the end, I chose this one for my little dancing girl:
She loved it! And she has enjoyed wearing it. I love their prices and can see myself purchasing more styles in the future as *I* become more accomplished at "doing hair." Lilla Rose has expanded their line of products beyond the Flexi Hair Clip to include: Personally I think they are beautiful, sturdy and practical. I've given up buying clips at stores because none of them ever work quite right. But this Flexi Hair Clip seemed to do the job correctly and so I'd rather buy a few of these than a handful of others than don't work! So let's get to the good part, shall we? Would you like to win a Flexi Hair Clip for you or someone  you love? Simply leave a comment below. You'll need to include the following information with your comment: 1. Tell me what size and design Flexi Hair Clip you would like to receive if your name is drawn as the winner. (Browse here and watch the video clip above to make sure of your size!) 2. Make SURE you leave me a valid e-mail address to contact you if you win! We'll keep this contest short and sweet and I'll draw a winner on Wednesday the 17th. Browse around, have fun and enjoy! (I'm having a hard time getting off their website, truth be told.) THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED. THE WINNER (as selected by IS #10 - Sherry. CONGRATULATIONS! Many thanks to Lilla Rose for sending a sample my direction in order to facilitate this review. I received no additional compensation and all opinions are 100% my own.


traveler said...

What beautiful hair clips which would be ideal for my granddaughter. Soaring Butterfly is the one that I would choose for her. thanks for this delightful giveaway. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

traveler said...

Sorry. the size is small. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

Heather VanTimmeren said...

I'd like the medium Keltic Lore clip if I win, which I hope I do! I have 3 of these and use them all summer long!

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Annette Whipple said...

AH! I've heard about these but never actually knew anyone who used them. I think all the girls in the family would love them, but Little Sister would especially enjoy the mini rainbow cluster. :)

Annette Whipple said...

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Tina said...

I would love a small Victorian Inspiration! They are lovely! - Tina (

Lisa said...

These are so pretty!
6-2282 Tidepool Treasures in extra small.

petite said...

Size Small. Hue of Blues is lovely. thanks. elliotbencan(at)hotmail(dot)com

Anonymous said...

I'd love the exact same ballet clip you chose, except probably in medium. Thanks for featuring these! I've heard good things about them.

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Sherry said...

I love these clips! They are the only things that hold my fine hair (and my daughters' hair too) that slips out of virtually every other clip. I did not know they had that cute ballet clip! I would like that one in size Small.


Shonya said...

Oh, I keep seeing these at homeschool conferences and such, but those are moments my budget is dedicated to books (hee, hee).

I would get an extra large one for Briana's incredible mass of hair and I would pick Blossom Drops for her to wear at her new job. I may have to pick one up for her anyway as a "Happy first day of new job" treat! :)

Anonymous said...

I would pick medium Rainbow Cluster, because I think my mom would like it.

Tarissa said...

I have wanted one of these for a long time! I've had my eye on the Lovely Circle Stoneset (Extra Small Size). Thanks!

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