Lilla Rose Flexi-clip Giveaway (3 Winners!)

You may recall that back in January, a whole bunch of you lost a flexi-clip giveaway on this blog. I’m sorry. We can’t all be winners, can we? Well, maybe not, but surely we can come up with more winners than just one this time! Gail, our Lilla Rose consultant, must have sensed your pressing need for easy-to-wear hair fashion, because she’s now offering three more flexi-clips for Get Along Home readers to win! How neat is that?


Read my first flexi-clip review, if you missed it. I loved my clips until I cut my hair. Now I want my hair back so I can wear my clips. I’ve always been a little flakey that way. Fortunately, hair grows back, so I’m not too heartbroken. Lesson learned: no more short haircuts for me.

I’ll have to live vicariously through my 3 year-old’s hair for a while. We just bought a couple of minis for Miss Audrey. I wasn’t sure they would work, but this one stayed in all morning!:

Buy one!: If you don’t have the patience to wait and see if you won, you can buy Lilla Rose flexi-clips online. There’s a Buy 3, Get One Free sale until Mother’s Day, May 13, so now is a great time to buy.

Win: 3 Get Along Home readers will each win a Lilla Rose flexi-clip!

How to enter: Just leave a comment on this post. I don’t care what you say. Just say something!

Extra entries: For extra chances to win, you may do any or all of the following. Leave one comment for each extra entry, please:

  • Watch the size and styling video and tell me what size you’ll need, or what your favorite style is.
  • Stop by Gail’s Lilla Rose Facebook page and tell her Get Along Home sent you.
  • Go to the Lilla Rose website and check out the line of flexi-clips available. Then come back here and tell me which clip you’d like to have. Don’t worry. You can change your mind later.
  • Share this giveaway via social media using the handy buttons at the bottom of this post.

Click here to go straight to the comment form.

Become a consultant: Becoming a Lilla Rose consultant is a breeze, and the start-up cost is very low. I’ve seen several women (and young girls) get a fair return on their investment selling these pretty things. I can’t offer an extra entry for signing up, but I thought I’d let you know how easy it is to do.

Details: This giveaway is open to anyone in the US. This giveaway will be open until midnight, May 6, 2012. The winner will be chosen by And the Winner Is… WordPress plugin. The winner will have 72 hours to respond to my email. If there is no response after 72 hours, I’ll have to choose another winner. Please use a valid email address in your comments so that I can contact you if you win! Please use one email address per entrant, per household, per IP address. The giveaway provider (not Get Along Home) will be responsible for prize fulfillment. Good luck!

Disclosure: Lilla Rose consultant Gail Harris is a Get Along Home advertiser. Read my disclosure here.


  1. I really want to try these! My hair is super thin and also just grew out enough that I think I can try one. I have a friend with gorgeous, thick, long hair (grr :) and I’ve been telling her to check these out too!

  2. My favorite design on the website is probably the Celtic Knot flexi clip. Although I really love the mother’s day design with the lacy looking heart!

  3. The style I would probably use the most is the “tails up” because my hair is so so thin and fine. I feel like a ponytail would just look ridiculous :) I think I would need a mini or extra small size. Maybe these clips will make me feel better about my baby hair…

  4. I tweeted. (sounds like a bashful admission….)

  5. Something :) Sorry, there’s something wrong with me.

  6. I really really really want to win one of these. :)

  7. I’m glad I watched the sizing video because I wouldn’t have guessed even my curly hair would work with a small

  8. There’s lots of really pretty ones, but I think my favorite is just the simple band

  9. I can always use new hairclips for me and I my daughter. I am pretty sure the gremlin that steals the other sock has a wife that likes our hairclips.

  10. AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!! I want another one! I love mine! Pick me! Pick me!

  11. I have a small…I’ll take another small. Thank you! :-)

  12. Oh, and I’ll take one of the Celtic series. Thank you! :-)

  13. I just ordered my first flexiclip from Gail like 10 minutes ago :-)

  14. I watched the video and I’m a extra small (at least until my hair grows out more!)

  15. I like the extra small roman cross one

  16. the gremlin from Kelli @ladyofthebarn has a cousin in Florida ;)

  17. These look really neat…I’d like to try them!

  18. I liked ‘em on twitter and let her know the hillbilly homeschool sent me ;)

  19. I need one for ponytail/up-do’s!

  20. I love these clips ,,being wanting to try one since I first saw them,,


  21. You’re right, it’s hard to decide! Who can choose only one? For now my choice is the silver scrollwork butterfly in large.

  22. watched the video an I would need a medium an a extra large

  23. went to her facebook page an said you sent me


  24. from their site I like:8-1632 Lovely Circle Stone-set extra large

  25. Like this post on facebook

  26. I would love a medium. I can’t view the video.

  27. I’m just barely wearing a small for half-ups, and I think my hair has gotten long enough to try a large for ponytails

  28. I’d love to have the antique style with the jet dangles

  29. I love these clips! They are so beautiful! Normally I just pull my shoulder length straight hair into a ponytail, but how fun it would be to use something pretty for once! :)

  30. Thank you for such a generous giveaway. I really love the Native Filigree Copper flexi clip, it’s simply magnificent! :)

  31. My favourite hair style is the full twist. I think I would need a large-sized clip to keep the full twist up.

  32. I would really love the Native Filigree Copper or Fancy Blossom Dangle flexi. :)

  33. I want the small floral design black nickel! It’s sooo cute! :) thanks for the chance to win!

  34. I watched the video too. I would need a small for a half up!

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