Friday, November 26, 2010
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Hi Annie, My sorority is throwing an 80’s theme party next week and I’m really looking forward to it. As I’ve been researching a lot about 80’s fashion lately, I do know who I’ll be going as. MADONNA!
Having naturally wavy blonde hair is a plus. I won’t be copying her exactly (as I don’t have enough time on my hands to recreate the look) but I definitely want to emulate the same style. You know, make it my own.
Picked out what to wear already but I need help with my hair accessories. What do you suggest?
of the many iconic looks of the Queen of Pop
Valerie Zebra Print Bow
Valerie Leopard Print Bow
Monday, November 22, 2010
Friday, November 19, 2010
A shoutout as well to the amazing people over at BopStar Baby for featuring this sighting in their September/October Bulletin!
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
Hi Annie! My daughter Kasey is 6 and obsessed with snails, which all started with Gary the Snail from Spongebob Squarepants She is already building a modest collection with snail school supplies and stuffed toys. This might be a long shot but I was wondering if you feature snails in your hair accessories? It’s hard to find that stuff in department stores. Anyway, thanks in advance!
Monday, November 15, 2010
Friday, November 12, 2010
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
Audrey from Chicago wrote:
My husband and I just enrolled our 10-year old daughter in a private school for girls. So far, she’s been adjusting really well…except for the uniform. She loves accessorizing but the school has a strict policy about this. Only a watch, white socks, clear nail polish, stud type earrings and simple black or white hair accessories are allowed. She’s not too happy with what she calls “boring not-color colors” on her hair. Do you have suggestions on fun black and white hair accessories?
I know that girls her age tend to go for accessories with bursts of color like fuchsia and turquoise, for example. But rules are rules. It’s good to hear that she’s a fan of accessories even when her options are limited.
Jeweled, feathered and ruffled hair accessories are definitely out of the question, even if they come in black or white. They are too distracting and flashy for a 10 year-old girl. I would not recommend black or white sequined headbands either. They may not be too dressy for some but they’re more appropriate to wear for a party rather than school.
I would recommend black and white polka-dotted, striped or checkered hair accessories but those designs are still pretty basic. My top suggestion? Animal prints!
Pictured below is No Slippy Hair Clippy’s Zebra print hair clip.
It’s from Clipettes™, our adorable modern hair clip line that ranges from $2.95 to $4.95. Fully lined in grosgrain and measuring at 1-3/4", this stylish, school-board approved clip is just the thing for your daughter!
Apart from the unique design, what’s interesting is that this clip is playful yet subtle. There’s no doubt your daughter will love it, Audrey :)
Monday, November 8, 2010
Friday, November 5, 2010
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Wednesday, November 3, 2010
In this new section, I will be responding to questions from No Slippy Hair Clippy readers and dishing all sorts of hair advice. Posts are updated every week so keep coming back here :)
Dominique from Ohio wrote:
My daughter is turning 1 this December (yay!) and we're going to have a party. The theme will be Alice in Wonderland and I'd like her to be in an Alice costume. Any suggestions on what kind of bow or headband she should be wearing?
Oh that’s a splendid idea, Dominique! Every little girl has an Alice inside of her---curious, imaginative and innocent.
Her sense of style captures just that. Throughout the original Disney animated move, Alice is seen sporting a black headband with a huge bow in the center.
You’re in luck! Look no further as No Slippy Hair Clippy has the baby bow your darling daughter needs to complete her whimsical getup.
Take a look at our Payton bow in black:
Now isn’t that just perfect for her baby Alice in Wonderland costume? We added white dots for that festive touch. I’m sure she’ll look positively adorable with it!
Hair accessories with huge bows look really cute and charming yet standout, which is oh-so-very Alice. Like all of our products, the Payton bow is non-slip guaranteeing a gentle yet firm hold.
It’s available in 4 other colors too: bubblegum, navy, red and shocking pink. Your daughter might like our Payton clip so much that she’d want to get them in all colors!
I hope you all have a wonderful time at the party!