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Cover Your Hair Gift Ideas!



Hey neighbors!

Still looking for a gift idea?  Be sure to visit the Cover Your Hair website.  They have so many great gift items.  Barrettes, brushes, scarves, shawls, hats and all kinds of accessories for your hair.  My daughter LOVES to visit their site and look around.


We chose a beautiful green Pashmina shawl for review.  As you can tell, M had a great time modeling for the pictures.  And my other M took all the pictures.  Between the two of them I think they did a superb job.  The shawl is so soft and can be worn in so many different ways!  Just look at the pictures!  With our most recent weather this is a perfect accessory to an outfit.


What do you think?  Isn't this a pretty shawl?  It will be a gift I am sure!


Cover Your Hair is going to send the winner of this giveaway a $25 Surprise gift box.  Who knows what you will find inside.  Enter and then share this giveaway with others!

Disclosure:I received no monetary product 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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Comments

karenmed409 said…
One of my favorites is the Pink Pom Heart Snowflake Knit Winter Hat, they look really warm, very cute with the snowflake pattern
scottsgal said…
I like the scarf shawl in black
Patricia N said…
I like the 6 Assorted Bandana Headbands. These would be great for the gym
latanya t said…
Everyday Wool Beret
cman said…
Silver Shimmering Barrette.
andrea v said…
I love the wide headbands for myself and my daughter would like CELEBRITY STUDDED HEADBAND
Angela Saver said…
I love the Silver Shimmering Barrette

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Brandi Elam said…
I like the cotton tie dyed wide headband.
CathyH said…
Love the wide headbands, especially the lace and tye dyed
brandy davis said…
I like the wide head bands in tye dye.
Unknown said…
My fave is the Silver Shimmering Barrette
Lissa Crane said…
I love the barrettes!
Kimberly said…
I would like a Black Beret
Unknown said…
I like the Pretty Sequin Girls Winter Pull on Hat. It's very cute and sparkly my daughter would love it.
Unknown said…
I love their headbands :)
zzsmith43 said…
I like the Elegant Lace Wide Headband.
zzsmith43 said…
I like the Elegant Lace Wide Headband.
Marissa M said…
I like the LARGE SATIN BOW HARD HEADBAND
Unknown said…
i like the shawl in the green just like the pictures that is so beautiful.
Unknown said…
like the cotton tie dyed wide headband.
Unknown said…
I like the black beret, so cute~
Jbraswell10 said…
I like this hat http://www.coveryourhair.com/outdoor-accessories/pom-heart-snowflake-knit-winter-hat.html
Nancy said…
I like their set of 6 Assorted Bandana Headbands.
Unknown said…
I love the knit animal hat and glove set.
Unknown said…
I love the Triple Bow Hair Clips! My two year old granddaughter has very unruly hair, and these would be perfect for her!
pmj said…
I like the triple bow hair clips.
AndreaH said…
I like the Hot Pink All Around Wide Pre-Tied Headband.
Holly S. said…
I like the Israeli Tichels. Thanks!

Holly Storm-Burge
eclairre said…
Love the wide headbands, especially the lace and tye dyed
eclairre at ymail dot com
janetfaye said…
I like Blue Magic Gloves.

janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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