Looking for a way to spice up your regular ponytail? Try a Lilla Rose Flexi Clip.
A couple of weeks ago, Jaime, an independent Lilla Rose stylist reached out to me. She asked me if I had heard of Lilla Rose Flexi Clips before. The name sounded familiar but it wasn’t something I had explored. I’m an accessory kind of girl so I jumped at the opportunity to try them.
Flexi Clips come in a variety of sizes and styles. Jamie sent me a couple to try – of course I picked out the Arabian horse and Chenoa clips – something equestrian and western. Each clip comes in different sizes so you can use it for a variety of hair styles. Try half up, a French twist, braid, or simple ponytail. There are sizing and hair style guides online to inspire you and help you select the perfect size.
Along with the Flexi Clip, Lilla Rose also offers hair bands, bobbie pins, sticks, and U-Pins. There are a lot of fun southwest accessories for the western rider.
Along with this horse design there are also horse heads and horseshoes with stars. Another cool thing about the Flexi Clip is you can pick out left or right-handed so you don’t have to worry about struggling to do your hair.
These days I’m either a ponytail, braid, or hat kind of girl. The Chenoa looks perfect on my braid. It’s a fun accessory that stays in place all day. I love how cute it looks compared to a basic elastic band. Whenever I wear this out, I get so many compliments!
Guess what, you can also attach the to your horse’s mane or put them around a halter for fun. If you have a pony obsessed daughter, you might need to get her some clips. Fira is use to being a Barbie pony and she looks so sweet here.
This has been part of our review series on Horses & Heels. This blog post is sponsored by Lilla Rose Independent Stylist, please support our wonderful sponsors!