You take a little wonder home from the hospital. Then you find out that babies grow into toddlers. And get into everything. They have no idea, nor do they care what they look like. It is up to the parents to save them from themselves. What to do, and what to use? How do you help them look adorable, or at least not hideous when other people see them? For girls at lease you can use hair Bows for toddlers.
I went looking and here are some attractive ones I found. They make my grand daughters look like sweet innocent princesses.
First you put them in a pretty dress. Then you use a comb or a brush. That helps, but still something more will set your princess apart from others with so much more impact. Yes, that accessory in those freshly combed locks is what changes already cute girls in such a stunning way. Just clip it in or use the elastic band and listen to the compliments the mamma gets. And some people will even think they are seeing a classy well trained child instead of a bundle of wild energy.
I have found there are different ways to put in hair bows. There’s the old fashioned way of getting a long ribbon and tying. As long as you can tie a knot, you can use what ever is lying around. You just have to measure up the center then make sure the loops are the same length while also not being too big or too small, then tie it tight enough that it stays in. Who wants to do that? There are some that come with the elastic bands and are much easier, however they sometimes tangle and can be harder to remove from the hair. I especially like the ones that have alligator clips. The alligator clips do move out of place easier when the preschooler gets rambunctious, sometimes even falling out and getting lost. I still like them best because they are less stressful to the child. My grand daughters get those from me for various occasions through the year.