I’m kinda of a no-frills gal.
Sure, I like to put on a little make-up and jewelry when I head to town or go to church on Sundays, and sometimes, I’ll even wear a dress.
But otherwise? Eh, not so much.
I mean, I think it’s great that a lot of women put on a little lip gloss, or perfume, or fix up their hair when their hubby gets home. But when my hubby gets home, we usually head right outside to build fence, or scrape up manure with the tractor, or….
Have you ever tried to remove horse hair or dirt chunks from freshly applied lip gloss? It ain’t pretty folks.
Last fall I tried Lilla Rose hair clips for the first time, and if you a reader back then, you’ll remember me saying that I think they are the cure for ‘homestead hair’!
They are easy to use, allow you to keep you hair out of your face, and are still feminine to boot. The clips are available in seven different sizes to accommodate nearly any hair type and style –from elegant to no-frills — and everything in between.
(I highly, highly recommend watching the short sizing video to figure out what size would work best for your hair. It’s incredibly helpful!)
You can read my entire review and all of my thoughts HERE if you like.
Just in time for Mother’s Day, Independent Consultant Jill Wright has generously offered to sponsor another giveaway to one of my lucky readers! (And Jill just happens to also be the newest Prairie Homestead sponsor for the month of May!)
This giveaway is for a $15 gift certificate, redeemable for a flexi-clip or any Lilla Rose item of the winner’s choice, (up to $15.)
Use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter. Comments left on this post DO NOT COUNT as entries!
Contest only open to residents of the USA, Mexico, and Canada. Contest ends May 8th, 2012 at midnight. Winner will be announced shortly thereafter, here on the blog.
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