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Hair accessories… what little girl doesn’t love them?
We were sent a selection of hair grips and headbands from the Hair Accessory Store and our 7 year old was very excited! She has been growing her fringe out for a while now and is thrilled that she can tuck it behind her ears stylishly without it falling back.
Girl’s Got Style
I say ‘stylishly’ because she really ‘knows’ her own style and whenever we buy her new clothes, she comes with us to the shop or looks online. Otherwise, there’s really no point because it’ll just go back to the shop for a refund. Hubby and I both believe that it’s an important part of her growing up, empowering her – to be able to express herself, and not dictate to her what she can and can’t wear – we never have done (school uniform is an exception to this, obviously – though you can also get decent uniform designs now!)
And Hair’s The Thing
Starting from £1.49 from the selection we were sent, I’d say these accessories are excellent value for money, given that hair things inevitably end up in the same places as odd-socks in our house – they won’t cost a fortune to replace!
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*This is a review post but all opinions are my own.