Monday, February 21, 2011

Hair Flairs



Have you seen these?  

I first became aware of Hair Flairs while watching Oprah (don't tell Cardiogirl).  She had a guest on that had some shimmer and sparkle in her hair.  Subtle and spectacular.  I had to have some.

Our package of Hair Flairs came on Friday and Puddin Pop and I immediately  watched the how-to video and got to work.  Pretty simple to put in, even on a wiggly 4 year old.  They tie right into your hair and can last up to six weeks.  You can wash, dry and style your hair as normal and the flair stays in tact.  Whether you want a little sparkle (5-10 strands) for accent or you want to make a bolder statement (10-15 strands), the possibilities are endless. 

Great for everyday, Special Occasions, or even a luxury holiday in the Maldives, you'll definitely get noticed with these beautiful, glittery strands in your hair.  In 20 different colors, they would be great for prom or weddings for a little extra  pizazz, coordinating with dress colors or to blend with hair color for a little less.  They also have glow-in-the-dark strands which would be great for a night at the club or for Halloween.  Everyone needs a little pick-me-up now and then.

Hair Flairs are currently being marketed to stylists as an extra service for clients.  I think they would be great for any school or work fundraiser.  They suggest a price of $2-5 per strand and with the ease of putting them in, you could maximize profits/donations in a short amount of time. 

After I finished putting them in Puddin Pop's hair I added a couple of strands to my own.  That evening I had some drinks with my neighbor and she loved them so much I added a couple strands into her hair too.  They are reasonably priced ($10 for a package of 100 strands) and lots of fun.  What are you waiting for?  Go get some.



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7 comments:

  1. Never heard of hair flairs,they are so cute! They look like loads of fun and something I sure would try. I used to get a hair wrap with beads and bright colors every time we went to Orlando.

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  2. Rachele. Oprah? Okay, those do look sort of cool but I wonder how you actually tie them in so they won't come out when you wash your hair. Can you take them out if you want to?

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  3. Redkathy~ I believe they are new... at least new to me. Lots of fun and a day brightner.

    Cardiogirl~ You weren't supposed to find out about the Oprah part ;). You actually make a slip knot and tie the strands WITH the hair. Not too difficult. You can put them in without tying them to hair if you only want them in for a night. Yes. You can take them out, either way.

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  5. FishHawk~ Thanks so much. I'm heading over now. Nothing like a Sunday Drive.

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  6. OMG! I must *must* get my hands on some Hair Flairs!

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  7. OMG! I must *must* get my hands on some Hair Flairs!

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