Okay seriously people--has anybody ever found clips or barrettes for toddlers that actually work? I'm trying to grow Addy's bangs out, and they're getting to the point where they're really in her eyes without something to hold them back. But everything--EVERYTHING--I've put in just slides out within a half hour or so. She is fine with hair stuff, but reasonably picky (she would not like boring brown or black adult clips or bobby pins).
It's really frustrating, and we have at least several more months before it'll be long enough to push behind her ears. Please help!
Rubberbands are much easier when their hair is just growing out. Barrettes always fell out of Lily's hair. You could get some pretty colored rubberbands that she would probably like.
You could put them in little pig tails just up towards the front so it doesn't look so strange.
I use the tiny 'no pull' elstics from the dollar store. They are not the best quality, but it is the only thing that will hold Juliet's hair.
God gave Joseph his sister Juliet on November 19th, 2010.
I know what you mean, Erin. I was thinking those might work better...I only have adult-colored ones, though, and she gets mad if I put them in her hair (Brown!? The horror!) I'll have to look for the colorful ones.
I tried to put a rubber band in today but I couldn't figure out how to not make it look ridiculous right in the front of her hair like that.
I will try that when I get smaller rubber bands. The ones we have are good for ponytails and pigtails but would look ridiculous on a tiny thing like braided bangs.