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Good evening! Being as it’s the first of the month, I have some Lilla Rose info to share with you! First of all, the “DIY” Flexi clips are out, this month featuring center charms of “Southwest Sun”, “Pumpkin”, and “Harvest Moon” with your choice of a silver or silver and leather Flexi.
Secondly, October’s sales promotion is the free gift of a “swerve” hair pin with $50 or more and the option for a beaded swerve with $75 or more. I just ordered one of these myself and I’m excited to try it – I’m always on the lookout for good ways to keep my hair up, being as it’s long enough I can almost sit on it.
The other thing that’s new and that is really neat are these wooden pin Flexi-flips. For those of you not familiar with Lilla Rose stuff, the company’s signature product are these clips that are something like a cross between a barrette and hair sticks. Rather than a springy clip with a barrette, there’s a “pin”, but the pin is fastened to the clip so that it doesn’t get lost. Lilla Rose has come out with a couple designs that have a detached wooden stick, but these are unique in that the wooden pin is attached and that they can “flip”, meaning that you get two sizes out of one.
The last thing that I want to share with you is the opportunity to become a Lilla Rose stylist for just $39. The kit that one gets when one joins at this level is pictured above – just for comparison’s sake, those three clips on the right together have a retail price of $45 alone. By joining, one doesn’t have to sign one’s life away, one doesn’t have to commit to selling a ton of merchandise or buying more of the product. However, this is a great opportunity for anyone merely interested in getting the stylist discount for future purchases as well as anyone who might want to earn something by selling them – if you want, your entire operation can be virtual, with no additional fees from Lilla Rose, and no inventory to hold. These truly are quality products and beautiful at the same time and it wouldn’t be crazy in the least to check it out. 🙂 If you do, please click through my link either in this post or in the sidebar!
2 thoughts on “Lilla Rose Update – October 2022”
I’ve not heard of this company before. I love the hair accessories. I don’t have any extra cashflow for things right now or I may try it. I will keep it in mind though when things hopefully get back on track in a few months.
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I am very, very new to the Lilla Rose thing myself… The first time I heard of them was from a woman who does occasional giveaways over on her Gab channel. That was in April. I was impressed, ordered a couple of other things and saw in July they had a sign-up special for $59, so I went for it. I really like having long hair, but by the beginning of this year, the elastic bands were no longer cutting it, and since then I’ve learned all sorts of stuff about using hair sticks and u-pins and even Lilla Rose, with a side of historical hairstyling to boot! 🙂
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