Spring is the season where the world around you finally gets a splash of color. This year was a particularly difficult winter for a lot of the country and everyone has been hoping to be able to break out opened toed shoes and short sleeves for months. In short, it's time to shake off the winter gray and bling up your Spring with products like scunci bendini!
I received two styles of scunci bendinis to try. One of them was geared toward girls and one of them had a more sophisticated look to it.
I dressed up my daughter's locks with pink scunci bendinis that matched her pink Easter dress. She looked so cute! She has very thick hair and these slid in to the front of her braids and held tightly. They didn't go anywhere and stayed put!
The black bendini that I kept for myself is very nice. My hair is also quite thick and I used it to pull some tresses back from my face. Once it is snapped down, it is locked tight. If you look at the picture below, you can see that in the open state, the prongs are spread apart. Once locked shut, the prongs close in on the tresses so that your hair is held tightly not only by the locking down, but also by the prongs that close in to grip your hair.
One really nice aspect for the adult version of the scunci bendini is that you can use them a variety of ways. Check out this video showing you how:
scunci is graciously providing a giveaway item to one of my readers! One winner will receive both a child and adult scunci bendini. Here's what you need to do to enter.
One lucky Making Ends Meet reader will win scunci bendinis!
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This giveaway will run until 5/20/2011 at 11:59 PM Eastern. Winner will be chosen on or about 5/21/2011 via Random.org. Entrants must live in the US and be 18 or older. Winner will be notified via email and will have 48 hours to respond or I must choose a different winner.
Disclosure: I was provided product samples for review purposes. I was not paid to post this review. The opinions expressed in this review are either my own or are derived from my family's experience with this product.
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