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Cover Your Hair and Back to School!

Hey Neighbors!

I don't know about your daughters, bit mine LOVE to have hair accessories.  I am talking barrettes, bows, ribbons, bandanas, anything to look pretty!  They are constantly braiding or arranging each other's hair.  So of course when Cover Your Hair contacted us I immediately said yes.  I mean, what girl doesn't need more hair accessories for school?

Cover Your Hair has all kinds of head accessories for Back to School.  They even carry rollers, combs and brushes.  And if you wear a headcovering, they have those too!  You can also check out their blog for hair tips and style ideas.

We received a Dashing Headband w/Tails.  It is a coral color and has an embroidered design with some bead accents.  This is perfect for casual wear, yet is dressy enough for church or dinner out.

I think my daughter and I will be sharing this one.  I like to wear headbands and so does she.  I don't like the plastic or hard ones because they always seem to be poking you somewhere.

If you are looking for some new hair accessories be sure to stop by the Cover Your Hair website and see what they have.  I am sure you will not be disappointed.

One neighbor will receive a $25 Surprise Box from Cover Your Hair.  Think Back to school ladies!

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's website or email.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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Darlene said…
I like the Polka Dot Bow Hair Clip in Red
AuroraCat said…
i like the Soft Polka Cotton Pre Tied Headband (alisa)
Unknown said…
Spent a long time here looking cause I found a lot that I like from Cover Your Hair - love the Paisley Scrunchy and also Silver 60313 Pony scrunchy
andrea v said…
I love there wide headbands
Unknown said…
WiJoyMom said…
my daughter likes to put her hair in a ponytail, I like the 2 Inch Mini Twist Banana Clips (something to make her ponytail a little different :) Priscilla W
AndreaH said…
I like the Charm Necklace Design Wide Headband.
Jessica said…
I love the Feather Hard Headbands. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway!

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Kimberly said…
I have always wanted a beret.
Coolestmommy said…
I like the Purple Solid Stretchy Headwrap #20750
Suzanne said…
I like the bandana headbands in every color. LOL
Teresa Thompson said…
Striped Twisted Cotton Head Wrap
Quantmlife said…
Cindy B (on rc/fb) I think I like this one the best

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