Goody Comfort-Flex Updo Barrette  » Cosmetics  »
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  • It takes a really long time to grow out and I cut it regularly because I have a serious frizz issue going on that I can barely keep under control under the best of circumstances
  • I may still have a frizz issue and I may still be too lazy to bother with cutting it, but at least now I can throw it up in a pony tail or bun and be done with it and keep it out of my face
  • I have one problem though which is that my hair is very fine and it's sometimes difficult to get it to stay up in any kind of clip
  • I thought this Goddy Comfort Flex Updo Barrette might work though because it's not regular a regular little barrette that longs like a single little bar, that you expect to hold up a lot of hair
  • I was a little disappointed because I was really looking forward to being able to do something fun and unique with my hair and that's just not what happened

    • by edelina
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      For about the past three years I’ve kept my hair pretty short. It takes a really long time to grow out and I cut it regularly because I have a serious frizz issue going on that I can barely keep under control under the best of circumstances. These last seven months I’ve been a little lazy about keeping up with my hair and it’s finally long enough to pull back in a pony tail or put it up somehow. I may still have a frizz issue and I may still be too lazy to bother with cutting it, but at least now I can throw it up in a pony tail or bun and be done with it and keep it out of my face. I have one problem though which is that my hair is very fine and it’s sometimes difficult to get it to stay up in any kind of clip. I thought this Goddy Comfort Flex Updo Barrette might work

      though because it’s not regular a regular little barrette that longs like a single little bar, that you expect to hold up a lot of hair.

      This barrette looks a bit like a oblong circle and the bar closes at the back of it, and the circle part is a little curve, to fit the natural shape of having something in your hair because when you have your hair all bunched up, it’s not flat and shouldn’t lay flat and using flat hair accessories is always why my hair ends up falling out of it at some point in the day.

      To open it you push the bar in the back down, bunch up your hair how you want it and lay the curved oblong shape over that and then lift the bar through to close. I know that doesn’t make any sense and it’s because it doesn’t make any sense! I had the hardest time working this thing and it looks so ...


      • simple to use when it’s in its packaging, but when I got it home, it’s not as accessible and easy to use as it may seem. The picture on the package showed this adorable updo that you should be able to do with the accessory assuming your hair is long enough, which mine now is, but I couldn’t get anything that resembled that picture. I might as well have just had my hair pulled up in a pony tail for all the good a little accessory like this did me, because that’s about the only look I could get out of it in the long run anyway. I was a little disappointed because I was really looking forward to being able to do something fun and unique with my hair and that’s just not what happened. You know those hair clips that have the teeth on them? I might as well have been using one of those for all the uniqueness I got
        out of this product.

        But at least it wasn’t all that expensive, no more than a regular hair clip or even a headband. The good thing about this product is that it’s very light weight. I can’t have any kind of hair accessory that’s going to weigh a ton because with my hair being as light and fine as it is, that kind of weight would just fall right out. And it’s made from a nice plastic that doesn’t get the hair tangled up in it at all. I had a similar kind of updo hair accessory a while back when my hair was longer the last time, and I ended up being afraid to use it because my hair was always getting tangled in it, and that’s not something I had to deal with when I used this Goody Comfort-flex updo barrette. I just wish I had a better idea of HOW to use it, or if the packaging had better illustrated instructions.




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