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Friday, December 20, 2013

Andrea's Beau Hair Accessories


My oldest is a girly girl and loves hair accessories. I came across Andrea’s Beau and immediately thought of my oldest daughter. I knew I had to try their stuff right away. I was so happy when they agreed to send us a headband.


The headband we received is the Valerie Velvet LeafHeadband. I didn’t tell Mya she was getting the headband. I waited until it arrived as a surprise. She was very surprised and very happy. She wanted to wear it to school. I of course let her but explained that it can’t be worn during sports. She was so happy when she came home from school and said everyone was loving her headband and asking where she got it. I even had a few parents message me saying their kid said something about a headband. I of course filled them in as to where I got them from. I may actually borrow it and wear it. 


I love the color of this headband. It’s fushia, or as my husband says “pink”. I like that it isn’t one solid color, that it’s light in some spots and dark in others. For this line of headbands, there are 3 colors: The fushia that we received a beautiful Navy and also a very pretty Moss.

If you have a daughter, granddaughter, niece or whoever that loves hair accessories, this is def a way to go. Andrea’s Beau is offering a 20% discount if you use the code nursemommy when checking out. Go today to check them out and see what they have including their line for women.


Make sure to follow them on facebook, twitter and pinterest for new items and cool ideas.



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