Growing up in the 90’s, I probably had a scrunchy or five but I remember having a lot of hair accessories with bows and disney characters on them. Sometimes, mum would buy tartan or gingham ribbons from the haberdashery for our hair, too. Barettes and hairbands were my favourite, me and my sister had loads when we were younger because we wore our hair in a pony tail every single day at Primary School. Barrettes sometimes makes me a bit sad though, because my mind would always flash back to the time when I was about eight years old and these two girls laughed at me for wearing a hair clip. It was brand new one and my mum bought it from Toys R Us, it had The Little Mermaid on it and it was in the shape of a shell. Happily, Ariel sat on top of my pony tail but my frown was turned upside down when I heard these girls sniggering and pointing at it. I never wore it again and I felt bad for wasting my mum’s money. It’s not that I have a complex about hair accessories, I just always think back to that very moment! Ha, if I was on X-Factor, that would be the only sob story I could use. Lame!
My new hair bow is from Stone Bridge, a luxury hair accessories brand. They create accessories for all kinds of hair types, even if you have thick hair. As you have probably noticed, ever since I got my hair cut, I’ve been wearing it up in a bun. I’m waiting for it to grow out before I will wear it down but remember when I said it could possibly worked in to a Caroline Flack sort of style? My tousled hair resembles more like James May’s hair than the gorgeous Caroline’s. So, yeah, I’m certainly waiting for it to grow much longer until I unleash it. It’s just such a beautiful velvet, hand-sewn piece. I’m not brilliant at doing up-do’s, my hair is really frustrating to work with but this barrette is so easy to clip on and it makes such a cute addition to my boring top knot. Unlike my hair clip from Toys R Us, I’ll be making sure I wear this all the time, loud and proud!
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