Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Lilla Rose- Giveaway

I think over the past few years, I must have spent a small fortune in hair products. Why? I have a daughter due to turn 16 in just two more months. When my sons were small, I could barely get them to run a brush through their hair on their way out the door to school in the morning. My daughter...she gets up at least 1/2 hour before she really needs to in order to make sure her hair is "perfect". It is a bit funny because Didi was recently diagnosed with ADD; her hair will be perfect in the morning but she'll be wearing two different-colored socks or a pair of pants so wrinkled, they look like she slept in them. Her hair is one of the few ways she's allowed to express herself at school since she attends a Catholic high school and everyone wears the same uniforms. She loves wearing clips and bands in her hair; anything colorful catches her eye.


Holly Noble contacted me a few weeks ago and asked me if I'd like to take a look at Lilla Rose. I had never heard of Lilla Rose before, maybe you haven't either, but I have to say, I'm impressed with what I see. The signature line for Lilla Rose is their hair jewelry; it's stylish as well as being super-functional. Holly sent me one of their Flexi Clips to try--the Etched Tiger Lilly.




Not only is it pretty but it works! Best of all, it's all one unit...no pin to be lost because it's attached to the Flexi Clip. Most days, Didi wears her hair in a ponytail. I thought it might be too heavy at first; the product is solid, but the piece that is the heaviest is the pin..and it has to be, it holds the hair into the flexible "figure 8" band. Didi said the only time she knew she was wearing it is when her friend commented on how pretty it was. It comes in various sizes and depending on how you plan to wear it and your hair type, you can choose from the mini, extra-small, small, medium, large, extra-large and the mega large. My daughter has long, straight hair and, after watching the informative video tutorial, we decided on the small for her hair.



Don't worry if you pick the wrong size. Lilla Rose will exchange the item within 90 days if you made a mistake and ordered incorrectly. There's also a full 1 year warranty on any defective items. The hardest part is going to be picking which one you love best; there's hundreds of styles, colors and embellishments to choose from. The Lilla Rose website has 8 different videos on various hair styles and how to incorporate your Flexi Clip to manage the style.

The price ranges from $11.00 (most mini styles) to $30 (the most adorned Mega with draping beads). The Flexi Clip we reviewed was $14 which is more than reasonable for a product designed to look great and last.

Lilla Rose also carries other stylish hair items like hair bands, O-rings, hair sticks, bobby pins and you-pins. They also carry lanyards for badges and eyeglasses and even necklaces.

Best of all, you can try one too. Lilla Rose Independent Consultant, Holly Noble, has offered the chance for one of you to have your own Flexi Clip. You can choose any Lilla Rose item up to $16. Holly has a Facebook page she'd love for you to join where she will announce specials, new items, videos, photos, styling tips and even more giveaways.

Use the Rafflecopter form to enter your information (be patient, it sometimes takes a minute to load). The giveaway will run until Tuesday, May 22, 2012.
Winner will be contacted via email and will have 48 hours to respond with their prize choice and shipping information. The giveaway is open to all US residents, Canada and Mexico. This giveaway is sponsored by Independent Consultant Holly Noble who will ship the prize to the winner.

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