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How about something to make your head sparkle?


A friend of mine started making these darling sequined headbands...thick ones, skinny ones, multi-colored ones, embellished ones.  She is a nurse and wears her hair up for work.   When looking for something to accessorize her "up-dos" and keep her hair out of her face, she discovered her love for making sparkly headbands.  



These add a touch of fun and spirit to a neat ponytail or a messy bun...and they actually stay in place.  Super Sparkles come in all of your favorite team colors for gameday or any day.  For women and for girls!  Check out Super Sparkles at http://supersparklesmadebycj.blogspot.com


These are just some of the Super Sparkles colors...she has every color! 

With sweet flowers...

Color combinations...go team!



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