I have just placed an amazon order for this:
I've been considering getting a Creaclip for a very long time, but ended up ordering this one from Etude House.
It seems to be the same system: Where a Creaclip set comes with a long, curved clip and a short, straight blue clip, this set comes with a single short, pink clip.
From looking at pictures of the two systems, I'd say the Etude House is an exact copy of the straight Creaclip.
I ended up ordering the Etude House since the Creaclip comes with a white clip I will have no use for. I just need a simple clip for trimming my (thin) ends.
There's something I wonder about though: If this system is designed to cut bangs, why can't you buy a clip that curves around your forehead? Wouldn't a straight clip be interfering with the straightness of your bang-line? A straight clip would make the sides of the bangs longer than the front, right?
Anyways. Tips on "How to train your hubby to trim your hair" would be appreciated!