I don’t know about you, viagra cheap but headbands give me a headache. They always have. So I never wear them, store even though I like the look on other people, tadalafil I just can’t handle the discomfort. So when the flower headband trend showed up I was sad because I couldn’t jump on the flower train due to my stinking large head, headache issue. I have a bigger head than you and I’ll bet money it. BUT I’ve decided that I didn’t want to miss my chance to wear flowers in my hair so I’ve come up with a no headband, headband.All you need is: Flowers you like, bobby pins, and some hot glue.These flowers were from a craft store but you can find them at most teen jewelry stores as well. Glue the bobby pin to the back of the flower. That’s it. We can all do that.I only glued the bobby pins to the two large flowers. The little roses already had clips on them (I bought them at H&M and wore them in my hair for my wedding) and the long flower thing I pinned into my hair by sliding the bobby pins through the felt bottom. I could have glued the pins onto it as well, but it was easier without permanent pins.And there you have it, folks! A no headband, headband. I will get no headaches with this ‘headband’ because all of the flowers are just pinned into place vs. a band around the top of my head. And the best part is I can use all of them or just a couple. On the top of my head or a few on the side. I am not restricted by a dang band. Rebel? Yep. For sure.
Hope you guys are inspired to put flowers in your hair now. You totally should. I think it would look lovely. And if you too, are plagued by a big head that gets headaches from a band, try this simple solution out. And then tell me about it. Okay?
Have a great, headache free day folks.