Thursday, August 30, 2012

Scunci Flower Bendini Clip Review

For most of my life (at least for the time period I have been able to do my hair myself), I have used Scunci products.  I know that when I get a product from Scunci, I am getting a quality product that will work in my hair.  Scunci was a privately-owned company until 2005 when Conair acquired it (I was not aware of this, and I always love learning new things).  I am very familiar with their products such as No Damage elastics (the absolute best), their scrunchies (absolutely amazing), and oh so much more.  Perhaps you can tell that I like Scunci, and in case you can't tell, let me spell it out for you.  I LOVE SCUNCI!

I was elated when they agreed to send me one of their new flower bendini clips.  In the past few years, since my hair is shorter (not down to my waist as it was when I was younger), I have not always done as much with my hair.  I do like to wear my hair parted on one side, and I often struggle with one part falling into my eyes.  I have tried all sorts of clips, combs, and barrettes to fix this problem to no avail. My hair may be shorter than it used to be, but it is still thick!

When I first saw the bendini clip, I have to admit that I was pretty sure it would never work in my hair.  I always appreciate that the company provides directions, but I was certain that this clip would never stay.  I struggled with using it at first, but once I understood how to use it, the clip has not budged!  I have not used any hairspray or any hair gel, and you can see below.  (Sorry for the cheesy grin--I don't take good pictures of myself).

In fact, I have even touched the clip and bumped it by mistake.  No change!  My mom thought it looked great, and I think it looks great.  And more importantly, it keeps the hair out of my eyes!  I am sold, and this is going to be my go-to style as I start the school year (I'm a substitute teacher).

Here is some more information directly from Scunci:

The scünci® flower bendini clip is available in three sizes and comes in the assorted colors: black, blue, pink, ivory, turquois, golden yellow, coral, purple, and navy. To use the clip, start by gathering your hair in the desired style.  Slide the bendini comb into the hair, and bend and snap it securely in place for an all-day hold. 

The clips are available at Walmart, AAFES, CVS, Giant Eagle, Harmon, Rite Aid, Schnucks, Shopko, SuperValu, Walgreens, Weis, Winn-Dixie, and other drug stores and mass market retailers for an average retail price of $4.99. 

For more great styling ideas, hair accessory trends and scünci giveaways, “like” the Facebook page at, or follow scünci on Twitter at

Scünci wants to help fans get set for school in style!… on Friday 8/31 at noon, five lucky winners will be randomly selected as scünci Stylin Ü Sweepstakes winners—four will receive a  cool cosmetic case filled with assorted scunci hair accessories, and one grand prize winner will also on top of that be receiving the cosmetic case, $100 worth of scünci hair accessories, and a JanSport backback too!

And just so you know, they will be offering a giveaway to one of my readers, so watch for that post to be forthcoming very soon!

I was sent a free product from Scunci in exchange for my honest review.  All opinions are 100 percent mine, and I was not financially compensated.


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