They come in different sizes, so I bought several. My younger daughter has short hair, so she needs a smaller clip. I bought a smaller one for myself to use when I only want to put up part of my hair (like I did in the photo above). I also bought some tiny little Flexi clips for my daughter to use for putting up her American Girl dolls' hair too. She was thrilled! She has spent hours styling her dolls' hair and making them look pretty with different hairstyles using different Flexi clips.
|One of Mary Grace's American Girl dolls with a beautiful new 'do.|
|The same doll from the front. Isn't she pretty?|
I also bought a set of You Pins. The ones I bought have stars on them. They are kind of like great big hair pins, but they have pretty designs on them. Take a look at the website under the category of "You Pins" and you'll see what they look like. I thought these star ones were so beautiful that I knew as soon as I saw them that this was the design I wanted to buy. I used two of the You Pins (They come 2 to a set.) to put my hair up in a bun. Even with my fairly long hair, the two pins were all I needed to put up my hair, and it stayed all day. I was surprised. I was also pleased because I'm pretty tender-headed. I worried that my head would hurt if I had to pin my hair too tightly. I pinned it a bit more tightly than I like it at first, and within a few minutes it had loosened just enough to be comfy but not enough to make it fall down. I love to wear my hair in a bun! I don't really know why, but I think it's so pretty. And when it's warm weather, it's so nice to have my hair out of my face and off of my neck too. And these You Pins are so pretty that I'll actually enjoy putting my hair up in a bun and won't feel at all frumpy!