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Cut Your Own Hair With Creaclip

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 1 6

Pros

Helps Keep Your Hair Trim and Shaped

This product saves time and money in the long run. The product does exactly what it claims it can do and with a bit of practice you can easily keep your hair trimmed and shaped in-between haircuts. It works great and if you have children can save you a lot of money in the long run.


Cons

I don't feel the product is a good tool to use to give layered haircuts unless you practice at it. You will want to go to a hairdresser to reshape your layered hair cut but not as often as you did before you started to use the Creaclip. This product in my opinion does not replace a hairdresser.


Full Review

Most people don't cut their own hair but you can cut your own hair in between haircuts to save a little money in the long run. If your a parent and a parent to several children, haircuts can become costly and is time consuming bringing all your children to the hair cutters or salons. There is a unique gadget that can save you time and money.

First I want to share with you how I use a product I saw on TV and decided to purchase. It's called the Creaclip. I use it in between hair cuts to keep my layers shaped a little bit longer. I don't use it throughout my whole head of hair but after six weeks of getting a hair cut my top layers lose shape and become heavy and find it more difficult to blowout and style my hair. I take the smaller blue Creaclip and use it to shorten my layers on top of my head so I can wait eight weeks in between haircuts. It only takes me minutes to shorten my top layers and then I'm good to go.

Cut Hair with the Crea Clip


If your a parent and have little girls that have long hair, you can easily and evenly cut a few inches off the bottom using the Creaclip. It's so easy and saves time and money. You simply grab the hair and comb through then place the Creaclip over the hair and clip it shut. You then pull down gently to the desired length and take a scissor and cut the inches off. You then open the Creaclip and you will notice you have cut an even and straight line. This product is great to use on children or even an adult who has straight long hair.
If you have children that have long hair and feel paying money every two months to get a few inches cut off the ends, the Creaclip is sure to become a tool you use regularly. You take the long white Creasclip which has a slight curve to it, comb through the hair you want to cut a few inches off of and then close the Creaclip and slowly pull the Creaclip comb to the length you want to cut. Simple take your scissors and snip away. Open clip and you will notice you cut a smooth even cut across the bottom of your child's hair.

In Closing

Using this product as an in between haircut touch up will save you money in the long run. The product is well made and is made out of strong plastic and when you click it shut the Creaclip and pull it through your hair gently help you keep a straight line. I'm happy I purchased it and will use it for years to come.

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Comments

Jan 8, 2011 2:21am
JadeDragon
Wow anything that helps you cut your hair is cool. It is the effects of the practice that worry me. Better let a family member help cut your hair.
Jan 9, 2011 1:55pm
Lynsuz
Interesting tool.
Feb 17, 2011 12:21am
bayoulady
Great Little tool for beginners!
May 28, 2011 3:37am
kal30314
Nice Hair tool, I which the price was a little cheaper.
Jun 4, 2011 12:30am
noryanna
Interesting. You could definitely save some money cutting your own hair with the prices salons charge now.
Jun 27, 2011 11:31pm
homebaseincome
Yes, I use the small crea clip on the top of my hair to help get more time out of my haircuts.
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