The world’s hair might need a little refresh at the moment, considering most salons across the country are now closed and will likely be VERY busy in the future! It’s time to take matters into your own hands.
Today I learned that you shouldn’t put off a haircut until you’re forced to be stuck at home and the only person left to do it is your husband…
It had been at least six weeks (who can tell these days?), if not more, since my last cut. My bangs were starting to get in my eyes and I was starting to get split ends. I figured…what’s the harm? It’s only a little trim, right?
Well…here’s how it turned out:
Not….exactly my husband’s best work.
There’s no telling how long we’re going to be stuck at home without my beloved stylist, so I decided to look for a better solution.
There’s no WAY I was going to put myself (or my husband!) through this again and my two kids are getting a little shaggy too. Best to get ahead of it!
That’s when I found this amazing device called “CreaClip.”
I’m not planning on firing my hairdresser anytime soon, but this incredible home haircutting tool is making our time at home a LOT more bearable and I think it’ll make your life easier too.
It’s a hair cutting tool built by an award-winning, celebrity stylist to help people like us give ourselves professional-looking trims at home!
Stylist Mai Lieu has been in the beauty industry for over 20 years and no matter where she traveled, she ALWAYS had to fix home haircuts. She thought, “ since people are doing it anyway, why not invent a product for them to do a better job at home!”
…And we’re so glad she did!
It’s so easy, anyone can do it!
You slide the CreaClip over your hair and lock it in place so it won’t slip when you’re cutting. In our house, we use the small clip for our bangs and the big one for the rest of our hair (is there a term for the rest of our hair?)
Once you’ve picked the right size, you can choose to make a straight cut or cut at an angle using the guidance of the level.
Note: It takes a minute to get used to using the level but it makes a HUUUGEEE difference because angled cuts frame your face better (my husband knows this now!!).
Then, you either chop it all off or texture it. I’ve seen people use trimmers or styling scissors (we go with the scissors at our house).
That’s it…just repeat until you’re happy with your trim.
I’ll let you in on a little secret: here’s how you can get the absolute most out of your new device…
One of the main reasons I love my CreaClip so much is that they gave me free access to their treasure trove of videos that teach me how to do things with my and my friends’ hair I never thought possible!
They have a gigantic library of easy-to-follow style guides.
Want to learn how to cut layered locks? There’s a video for that. Bangs? Video for that. Want to know how to cut your husband/wife/son/daughter/friend’s hair? You guessed it — there’s a video for that.
Here are some tips and tricks that have gotten me far with my CreaClip
And if you need even more inspiration, just look at the thousands of reviews that our happy customers have left! They’re pretty exciting.
With all of the craziness recently, it’s nice to have a new tool (and skill!) that I know I’ll always be able to rely on now and in the future to keep my hair looking nice, no matter what else happens. I’ll take that as a win!
If you’re like me and could use a little extra money as well as a good hair day – I cannot recommend enough that you at least give this product a try. They even offer a free 30-day money-back guarantee if things don’t work out.
This means that even if you order it and give yourself a haircut that you’re not completely in love with, you can get every penny back.
CreaClip is currently offering some incredible deals that I wouldn’t want you to miss out on if you’re thinking of giving this a try. This probably goes without saying, but my family, my friends, even my coworkers are all CreaClip people now and I think you will be too!