♡ Hair Flairs ♡

hairflairSince I have sworn to never cut, curl, straighten or dye my hair to keep it at its maximum length, it can be tricky for me to find new ways of changing up my hair. Stumbling across these strands of glitter and beauty has been a call from the heavens. Hair Flairs are exactly what they are advertised as: tinsel for your hair. Now, the sound of tinsel in your hair may sound a bit tacky and cheap, and honestly that was my first impression in the beginning. The truth is, they are very glittery, awesome and tasteful. The only way they can make you look ridiculous is if you overdo it, just like anything else.

tacky

What you don’t want to do

Now lets just talk about the price. You get a hundred strands for 15 dollars. The average number of strands you will tie in your hair will be about 3 to 5 based on your preference, so the deal is pretty damn good. Not to mention, these strands can last up to six weeks or longer.

The downsides? None that I have found! You can wash and brush your hair with them just as you normally would. Apart from being a bit careful when brushing the roots of your hair, you hardly notice they are there.

Tying the strands into your hair do not require a hair stylist’s skills, but they can be tricky in the beginning. You tie the hair flairs to three strands of your hair, so keeping the strands all together can be a challenge, but you get the hang of it.

Photo on 2015-05-04 at 2.26 PM

darkeyes

Pardon the dark rings under my eyes.

Hair Flairs are fabulous, easy and come at a good price. Best of all, they do not damage your hair at all! What more could you ask for?

hairflairs.com

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