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Hair Thingz




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Now I think I have admitted before that I am not exactly a girly type of girl. My daughter is 5 however and every day the amount of girly in her grow more and more! So lately I have been doing many reviews for product geared towards girls. Hair Thingz is a product that to me was just so new and inventive that I had to give it a shot! Designed by parents for their own kids I figured huh maybe it is a good product! After all they aren't just out for money ;o) now when I received these in the mail it was like handing a man a pile of laundry and asking him to wash it.lol So I headed to their website for some ideas and well instructions(yes I was lost on how to use them, and yes I probably would have hurt myself.lol) Slowly I am getting use to how to use them and my daughter is starting to look less homeless as I put them in.lol They come in many different colors and would be great for school spirit week. I even dared to cut one in half like it showed since my daughter has fine hair. Now unfortunately my card reader isn't working :O( I can't show you my horrible work. Hopefully it will be up and running soon and I can add some. :O)

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Comments

Melinda Dunne said…
Oh those are so cute. Great review.
Oh my gosh, how cute. I've never heard of hair thingz, thanks for sharing. My granddaughters all have fine hair and the grandsons have thick. The girls hate the thin and the boys hate the thick lol. I would be able to cut in half for them. Your daughter is so stinkin cute. Love that smile.

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