Stacy Talks & Reviews: Whirl-a-Style Review

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Whirl-a-Style Review

Yep, that's me! Well, at least it's the back of my head. I wanted to show you first hand that the Whirl-a-Style does work.  I will be honest I was a little frustrated to start with trying to get it to fit right and snap shut around my hair, but once I got the hang of it I will say it was a lot easier.  I personally have thick hair which may have been some of my trouble, I think I needed a larger sized one.  They have a variety of sizes for all hair lengths and thicknesses. You can check them all out here. All you do is open the clip, roll your hair up with it, then fold it around and snap it shut! That's all.

Still not convinced on how easy it is? Then check out the video on their website here:
How to Get Started with Whirl-a-Style: A Basic Intro

You can find all these products online at .  You can also purchase these at Claire's nationwide.

Disclosure:  I received a free Whirl a Style to review, no other form of compensation was received.  All opinions stated are my own.


  1. This is pretty cool. I am not coordinated enough to get these things right on my own head, lol
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  4. cool - I can never do a bun on myself!

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  5. This looks very similar to something that was on the market about a decade ago. But the other one didn't snap together on the ends. I used to get so frustrated with that one. I probably won't be trying this. I don't have the patience to deal with my hair. LOL! At almost 40 and I still just shove it into a pony tail because its easiest.

  6. this reminded me of the "wire hanger trick" that was popular when I was young. made the hanger into a tear-drop shape loop. and run your pony tail thru it to crate a "loop tail" or something or other....anyone remember those?

  7. This looks so easy! My daughter would love this. Thanks for the review!


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