Almost all little girls and big girls alike love to look pretty. My oldest daughter Mad has hair that is too short to pull up in a ponytail like her little sister, but she wants to be able to have pretty things in her hair and clips just don’t stay in there well. She was so excited to receive a headband from Headbands of Hope. Not only is it pretty, but it looks just like they type the older neighbor girl is wearing to high school. So that must make her cool! I think it does.
This is the classic style called 101. It is made with chiffon flowers that measure 3 inches. The headbands come in two different sizes for babies/kids and adults. The bands are stretchy and the flowers are attached with a felt backing for comfort. Mad liked it because it wasn’t too tight and the flowers are so soft. Doesn’t she look so cute? She really liked that the hairband also helps little girls that have cancer and don’t have hair to look pretty too.
Entrepreneur, fashion designer, philanthropist and college senior Jessica Ekstrom, 22, has created a line of vibrantly colored headbands to help young girls with cancer. After an inspirational internship with the Make-A-Wish Foundation and meeting several young girls with cancer, Jessica saw firsthand how much losing their hair during chemotherapy treatments affected the girls’ self-esteem and confidence. She wanted to give them something to boost their spirits and make them smile when they looked in the mirror. That inspiration led to the creation of Headbands of Hope, an organization with a mission to fund research for childhood cancer and spread hope in all girls, one headband at a time.
There is a style that is perfect for anyone on your list, well, any female on your list. Styles include Classic, Skinny, Glitter Bands, Sunflower, Pearl, Beaded, Twistbands, and Lace. They have even partnered with a couture line of headbands that can be found on their site. If you are looking for items that give back too then check out these beautiful headbands from Headbands Of Hope at www.headbandsofhope.org. For sales of each headband, $1 is donated to the St. Baldrick’s Foundation to fund life-saving childhood cancer research.
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