Lilla Rose Review–From Bedhead to Beautiful

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Been thinking about trying Lilla Rose Flexi Clips? Here’s why you should, from a skeptic turned fan.

Here’s my honest review of Lilla Rose and why they are my hair clip of choice. See how you can go from messy to beautiful in minutes with their flexi clips and more.

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Why I Thought I’d Never Buy Lilla Rose Hair Accessories

There are a number of reasons why I never thought I’d like flexi hair clips.

I’d heard about Lilla Rose on and off for awhile, but I just never thought I’d like them.

Like with other things, however, I’ve had to eat humble pie change my mind and realize that I was all wrong about these clips.


You know, I’m the type of woman who won’t spend more than $2.50 for a pack of 8 barrettes at Walmart (yes, I shop there very occasionally (as in — almost never). Please don’t leave me any mean comments about it if you’re super opposed to Walmart, mkay?).

So when I saw that these Lilla Rose Flexi-clips cost about $14 for just one barrette, I thought, “No way would I ever spend that.”

Too “Foofy”

Whenever I’d look at the Lilla Rose Flexi-clips I’d just think that I would never wear something that decorative in my hair–that somehow I just wouldn’t look good with it.

You know what I mean?  I’m just not that fancy of a person.  My barrettes, until now, were just the plain kind.  Like I said, $2.50 for a pack of 8.  Super Plain Jane.

I mean, Lilla Rose even had a Fourth of July Flexi-Clip with a flag?!

I thought, no way would I ever wear that.

However, I am now needing to change my tune.  

I ended up trying some clips and here’s what I think about them now.

What I Love About Lilla Rose

Simply Pretty

These hair clips are really pretty, without being too much.  You can wear them around the home, out and about, or even to a fancy event.  They fit right in no matter what.

I’ve always been a “Plain Jane” accessory type.

I basically have:

– 2 pairs of earrings
– 1 barrette
– 1 purse / bag

so that I never need to think about what goes with what and I can just get out the door quickly.

The only problem with that is it just gets a little boring sometimes. These clips give me something not-too-extravagant to “dress things up a little.”

It’s a nice way to dress up without being too fancy.

Lilla Rose Celtic Knot - Lilla Rose Review

The clips add just the right touch of prettiness to your hair without being overpowering.


These clips simply don’t fall apart like some of my barrettes have done over the years.

Great for Healthy Hair

When I was using my old style barrettes and clips, I would always rip out several pieces of hair each time I took my hair down.

Even at one strand per day, we are talking about 365 strands of hair per year.  I really don’t like losing hair.  

Say goodbye to breakage and excess hair loss with the Flexi Clip.


Yes, I did think that there was no way that I would spend $14 or more on a hair clip. But when you think about the quality, these clips are very affordable.  

They Stay Put

These clips hold my hair and they will hold your hair too, no matter your hair type. Whether you have super thick hair or fine hair, straight hair or curly hair, and whatever amount of hair you have, these clips work.  They come in a bunch of different sizes so you can choose what size is right for your hair and the style that you want.  

I personally use an XS to put my hair back in a partially up style and either an XS or an S to put all my hair up – depending on how loose I want the style to be.

Easy to Use

The Lilla Rose hair clips make it so easy to put your hair up. Most days I can get my hair done really fast, which is important to this busy mom.

Lots of Variety

Yes, I’m a simple gal, but there are so many styles and colors–there truly is something for everyone. 

From more traditional styles like the compass rose to the Hawaiian flower, to holiday clips to even skulls and guitars.

Works for Many Hair Styles

Here are some of the great ways you can wear your hair with these clips.

Half Up
Full Up
Messy Bun

Here are some of the great ways you can wear your hair with these clips:

Lilla Rose Product Options

Lilla Rose offers more than just flexi clips. That’s all I personally use, but here are some other great offerings on their site. And it’s not just hair jewelry either:

  • hair bands / headbands
  • hair sticks
  • hair ties
  • hair mascara
  • charms
  • pony tail holders
  • bobbies (cute bobby pins)
  • upins
Lilla Rose Dangle
Lilla Rose Gold Clip

Lilla Rose Flexi Hair Clip Sizing

When you go to the website to look at the Lilla Rose products, please watch the sizing and styling videos before ordering, since it’s very important to have the correct size in order to be completely happy with your flexi.

However, if you somehow order the wrong size, or you’re just not happy in any way, Lilla Rose offers a no-hassle, one-year guarantee with free return shipping for an exchange or refund.

One Important Point

If you use hairspray, you might find some of the finishes wearing off eventually.  I have a few clips that didn’t look the same after a few years. I still like them, but they had a much more antique look to them.

Either way, these are just pretty and so helpful. To order, you can go to my Lilla Rose website and shop. I’m sure you’ll find something you love!

What do you think about these Lilla Rose clips?
Have you or would you try them?

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  1. I would love to learn more. I have one of these that I got a local arts festival. I love it. I forgot about it for years. After having surgery, I needed something that could hold my hair gently above the incision. All my friends love it?

    1. Hi Kathy! I need a few myself because my favorite finally broke after many years. Are you wanting help choosing something?

  2. Hi there, thanks for the article. I was wondering if you could answer something for me. Is it possible to get addicted to essential oils? My wife just ordered some so I’m trying to get some info about them. I appreciate any answers you can give me.

  3. I’m a guy and I love lilla rose. Tired of elastic bands pulling my hair out. I have so little to spare.
    Though I would also prefer a plain style I warmed up to a few styles and wear one of them everyday.
    I liked them so much I decided to become a consultant. If anyone is interested to contact the company
    and ask for more plain or masculine styles I think it would be a good thing.

  4. Made in China , they have enough room on the clips to put their website and their patent number but leave off that vital info.

    1. Hi there. I have read that the law requires them to put it on the bags that they ship the clips in so I hope that helps.

      Additionally, this is an official statement by the founder of the company that I think helps to explain their situation further.

      Thank you for your phone call. I share your concern with working conditions at factories outside of the USA and in Asia in particular. As you noted we do import from China.

      An important fact that most people aren’t aware of is that China actually has strict work rules for their workers. Employer requirements such as minimum wage, severance pay, unemployment, their version of Social Security, etc. are laws there too. The problem of skirting employee work rules generally resides with local companies. These companies occasionally operate outside of the Chinese work rules. Being “local” means they are Chinese and they are able to hide their practices much easier than a foreign corporation.

      Another way a local vendor can skirt work rules is to use a “sub factory”. When you hear about issues with companies like Nike, they hire a local factory to manufacture for them. However, unbeknownst to Nike, their local vendor with use sub factories for production. It is with these sub factories where you see the majority of workplace problems.

      We use a Korean vendor, Cho Yongsun. I have known and worked with Cho since 2006. Cho isn’t from China and holds a Korean passport. Since Cho is a foreigner, the Chinese government has much more control over his business practices. Essentially one false move and he can be kicked out of the country. His entire business enterprise down the tubes.

      Cho Yongsun doesn’t use sub factories. Every employee he uses works directly for him and he is responsible for their care as their employer. He only uses adults to assemble our products and pays them according to Chinese labor laws.

      I hope this helps you.

      Best regards,

      John DorseyFounder, Lilla Rose, Inc.

      I would be happy to answer any other questions or concerns that you might have.

  5. i think these clips are great and am wondering how well they do with shorter hair. I could not find any videos for shorter hair demonstrations.
    thank you

  6. I had problems placing an order over the weekend. It took over an hour to place the order due to a slow server, possibly due to to many using the site because of the sale and Christmas coming up? Anyway, when I finally got to the end it said an error had occurred , unable to process my request, call support dept or retry request. I went through the process again and this time it said internal server error. I tried to call the support dept, but no answer. Now my credit card shows TWO charges even though the website said neither went through. Help!

    1. They are in CA. What time did you try to contact them? They are very good with customer service. I can help if need be but it will likely be quicker if you contact them.

  7. My hair is really fine and most…no, nearly all, clips, barettes, etc do NOT stay in my hair (or my daughter’s hair)….will theses work in super fine hair, or will they constantly slip and move? They are pretty, but at $15 each, I can’t afford to spend money on something neither one of us can use. thanks.

    1. They will work in super fine hair. Just get the smallest size. I have also seen ladies put a pipecleaner around a mini to make it even smaller. I will put a photo of that on my Facebook page now (Lilla Rose one). Head over there and check it out. There is also a money back guarantee and shipping isn’t that much to get it back to them so you have that option as well.

  8. I am interested in the opportunity but the kits don’t tell you exactly what is in them. I do not intend to be selling a lot. Only when someone mentions they like the one I have on. But I do like a lot of the clips, wear clips a lot and therefore would like a collection for my personal use at a discount. So can you give me more information on what is in the particular kits, cost, how income (bonuses) works, ect. Thanks, Glenda

    1. Hi Glenda. Do you mean the kits to sign up? I bought the $50 kit and you just get 6 clips in it, of different sizes. That way, you can wear some and show the different sizes to people who are interested.

      You make 30% off any personal sales and you get extra bonuses as you sell more and as any recruited consultants sell as well (provided you meet the minimum requirements, which aren’t that steep.)

      Let me know if you need more information. Happy to share!

      1. Do you think it would be possible to add this lien to my website, or can oyu only sell on their websites?

  9. Who’s hoo and Etched Lily with Amethyst are my two favorites, but seems the little owl is gone. 🙁 So Roman Stone Lite Sapphire is my other second choice (both in medium, since small couldnt keep all my curly hair!)

  10. I have one flexi-clip and LOVE it! I really adore the Who’s Hoo and the Simple Band in Black Nickel. Thank you for this opportunity!