When I first opened the package with our hair accessories my 4yo yanks off her hat gives it to her 3yo sister saying "Here, you can wear my hat!" followed by "Mommy I want to wear that one!!" So of course I put it right on her (just so you know, 3yo is perfectly content with the snow hat she was just given). It was so cute, and she fell in love! It also happened to be a nice day that day (the weather needs to make up it's mind!), so we headed out to a park. Isn't she just adorable!
One thing I really love about this hat, is it fits both girls and can be worn without the flower as well. You can take the flower off and there is no tell tale plce saying something should be there. Which also allows for interchanging flowers and bows!! The flower also can be worn alone - at the top of a pony tail or just on top of a baby's head (we diid that this last Sunday and it was so cute on the baby's head). The hat itself is beautifully crocheted, and the flower holds up to a baby yanking it off her head consistantly.
Next we got a snood. The name of this just really intrigued me. I had never heard of a snood before (we'll call that one on culture and lack of girly interest). So I googled it. Snoods are pretty cool! It's what ladies use to wear to keep their long hair up, instead of having to make it all fancy! They seemed to mostly wear them with hats. So it's a historical thing, my kind of product! In todays society we simply call them hairnets. I 'm definitely preferring the word Snood to hairnet. Now granted my hair is not really long enough for a snood to hold it up, but it still works wonders for me! I wear it when I cook to help keep my hair out of the food, and I can wear it when I breastfeed my baby. You see, the baby LOVES pulling on my hair while she eats. I actually cut my hair to try and keep her from grabbing it, but no such luck, she still manages to get some. These are also crocheted, but you can also buy some sequined snoods!
Besides these products, haircoverings.com also sells hair rollers, mirrors, combs/brushes, scarves, turbans, bandana's and headbands! They really have all your hair needs in one place!
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