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Linziclip - Product review

I was a bit skeptical when I saw a "new" design of claw clip being promoted by Linziclip, but I'm always on the lookout for good accessories to keep my hair up and out of the way, so I asked if I could have some to review.



They kindly sent me the "midi" size - suitable for medium to thick hair, and the "mini" (which comes in a pack of three), suitable for most hair types.

The first thing I noticed was the shape, unlike traditional claw clips, the springs are hidden to the side, which means the back and front of the Linziclip are flat, so you can lie down with the back of your head on the floor and still be comfortable. In fact, wherever you lay your head, there are no pointy bits of Linziclip that can stick into your scalp.



The other thing I noticed about the shape is that it seems to mean that the Linziclip grips the hair better and stays in place longer than traditional claw clips. Whilst previously I've had to be constantly pinning my hair back up, with the Linziclip I only had to redo my hair twice in a whole working day, and that's a big winner for me.



And last, but not least, because of the unique design of the Linziclip, there's a field at the back where they've added colours and patterns so that you get a nice looking accessory for your hair.

All in all, I'm really impressed with the design and functionality of the Linziclip and I'll definitely be adding more to my collection.



If you want to buy one, they're available on eBay 

I really believe they'll make a great addition to any hair accessories collection.

Disclaimer:  I was sent a midi and a mini pack of Linziclips for the purposes of this review...

Picture Credits: Jonathan Cruickshank


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