My favorite Flexi is often found in the bottom of my purse or the center console of my car. I like to carry it around in case the Arizona weather gets too unbearable and I want to twist my hair up off my neck in a messy twist.
On the other hand, the girls prefer to use their Flexis to hold only half of their hair back off of their face. I often look up at the youth group sitting together in church a few rows in front of me and see Addison's hair clipped back with a pretty Flexi.
When Addison wants to pull all of her hair up, she prefers forming an actual rounded bun instead of a twisty up-do with a Flexi-Clip. Her Lilla Rose You-Pins are perhaps the most frequently used hair accessory in the house.
She uses them when she's studying:
When she's going to work at the eye clinic:
And even when she's fishing:
On fancier occasions she uses the You-Pins to dress up intricate braids:
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All of Addison's buns and both of the braids shown above use the regular length You-Pins (approximately 3" long). Now that Lauren has started putting her hair up in buns for ballet class, I'm going to order some of the new, shorter You-Pins so that she can quickly twist her ponytail up into a bun too.
Addison's other favorite Lilla Rose product is their bobby pins. If she is wearing her hair down, there's at least a 90% chance that she'll slide in a bobby pin for decoration.
Basically, all three of us love our Lilla Rose hair accessories. Perhaps the only problem is having a limited supply of options and three people trying to share them.
This weekend I'll be adding to our collection with some new items from Lilla Rose's three-day sale. All of their hair accessories are 10% and anything fall colored (black, brown, or brass) is 15% off.
I've already picked out short You-Pins for Lauren (she definitely needs heart ones), and I think these Bobby Pins would look gorgeous with Addison's choir dress this holiday season.
I guess the only real question is whether I should order something for myself or just keep borrowing from the girls.
To start shopping, you can visit Jennifer's Lilla Rose website or click on the Lilla Rose logo below:
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