Reflexing roses is a flower trend that is here to stay! When you reflex a rose you are peeling back the first few layers of the rose petals to better expose it's head and create a full bloom that is two to three times larger than the average rose.
The reflexing technique requires a bit of patience and a gentle touch. First, always remember to handle each petal delicately. To start, place your thumb just under the base of an outer petal and then roll the petal back by flipping it in the opposite direction that it naturally grows. Once the petal has been peeled back, give it a little push to secure it's new form before moving clockwise to the next petal. After reflexing the first two outer rows of your stem you can move on to the next stem and... voila!