Saturday, October 30, 2010

Whirlastyle Review

I work in the office, so I need neat, innovative styles for my hair that look professional, but don't take me alot of time.  I've been known to just twist it up into a clip - it looks like you spent some time on it! But I have long hair, and after mid-day, my head starts to hurt.  Also, the same do all the time gets boring. 

Luckily, I have discovered Whirlastyle! This unique clip lets you make all sorts of styles and it comes in several sizes so you can pick the right one for your hair length, or you can combine several for some amazing do's!! Twists, tight knots, fun hair, sassy hair, professional do's, or something casual, the Whirlastyle comes in fun and exotic colors to fit any mood!!

I found the product very easy to use and it is so durable that the whirlastyle didn't bend or twist as I was getting my hands and hair to cooperate.  Within seconds, I have a lovely french twist.  Just grab, roll, and snap! Super easy!!  What is also great about this product is that it doesn't catch and pull your hair like many ponytail holders and standard clips do.  A major plus for me was that since the hair is evenly distributed across the band, I didn't have that mid-day headache!!

Here is a sample of a few do's

These would also be awesome for dance class or any career or hobby that you need your hair up and out of the way.  I have thick hair, but even if you have thin hair, the whirlastyle can add volume.  Need help with hairstyles? No problem.  Whirlastyle has a hair wizard who can help you. I received the jumbo size for my hair to review, but I will definitely be gettin some of the other sizes so I can explore more options.  Don't want to look all professional on the weekends :)

Come back in December for your chance to win your own Whirlastyle! In the meantime, you can purchase one here!

I received a whirlastyle to help me faciliate this review.  All thoughts and opinions are solely my own.

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