Boots Essentials Blonde Blending Hair Grips Reviews
Product Type: Boots hair care products
Description:Brand: Boots / Type: Hair grips / Product line: Boots Essentials
Newest Review: ... grips are available in a number of colours including brown and black and you can also get them in a weird sort of shiny ... more
Customer Boots Essentials Blonde Blending Hair Grips Reviews (19)
by - written on 16/07/13 (Very useful, 31 readings)
A while ago I kept reading reviews on these hair grips and I thought they sounded like they were really good quality however I didnt really need any hair grips as they werent something I used. I rarely tied up my long hair so therefore didnt really need to grip anything back. Rather stupidly last week I decided to get a fringe cut, I now have a heavy block fringe and my hair is very thick - a nightmare in this weather! Therefore when I popped into town yesterday I knew I needed to go into Boots to pick up some grips. I knew I just wanted simple, basic hair grips and because I have blonde and pink hair I opted for these grips. They were priced at ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/03/13 (Very useful, 29 readings)
The only place I have ever been able to find different coloured hair grips is from Boots. A few months ago I had my hair lightened quite a bit as it gets greasy very quickly at the roots and my hairdresser suggested a few blonde highlights as she said that it might help with the greasy roots. It has, to an extent, but I'm actually a lot lighter now than I had originally intended. Before I had my hair lightened I just used simple mid-brown hairgrips whenever I needed to pin my air back. Now that it's lighter however, I always felt that you could see the grips and so I started to look out for different shades. Boots sell hairgrips for lighter hair at £1.59 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/12/12 (Very useful, 33 readings)
Due to the length and cut of my hair when I need to put it up out of the way I can get pieces that come down mainly the bottom layers around my neck. Generally this doesn't bother me but if I am wearing my hair up for work I need it to look neat and tidy and therefore need those shorter pieces of hair to stay up and remain in place. Therefore, my little product of choice is grips, a marvellous piece of equipment! My hair grips do not come from anywhere special and I have used plenty of brands before but the current grips I am using are the Boots Essentials Blonde Blending Hair Grips. I purchased them as a last minute purchase as I spotted them whilst ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/10/12 (Very useful, 69 readings)
I usually wear my hair loose or just pulled back in a pony tail if I'm exercising but if we have somewhere nice to go I like to do something a bit more glam with it. We recently celebrated our sons christening and I wanted to put some of my hair up and wear a fascinator, I have very thick hair and knew I would need plenty of grips to hold it all in place. While shopping for a few bits in my local Boots I bought their Essentials Hair Grips which cost just £1.49, I have used Boots hair grips before and have always been pleased with them. The Essentials Blonde Blending Hair Grips are sold attached to a purple card which shows the Boots logo at the top and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/06/13 (Very useful, 72 readings)
I used to have short hair but I have grown it really long. My hair is blonde and I often wear it up or tie it back from my face using a hair scrunchy or one of those hair ties bands. When I wear it up, I find the sides of my hair fall onto my face and annoy me a little bit. So when I spotted these hair grips which are designed for blonde hair I bought them. I am also forever looking my grips when I take them out at the end of the day and often misplace them. The grips come clipped onto a sturdy plastic sleeve and have no wrapping. There are 30 grips on the sleeve. They are a kind of very light bronze colour is best way I can describe the colour of these grips. ... Read the complete review
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