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Friday, September 5, 2014

Andreas Beau




My girls love having their hair done. Mya’s hair is so much easier than Fallon’s as it’s thick and I can do anything I want to it. Fallon has thin fine hair so it takes a lot to do hers. Andrea’s Beau asked me to take a look at one of their new headbands. I have tried them before so I of course said yes.




Headbands are perfect for Fallon and her thin fine hair. Now if she only would keep them on for the whole day that would be great. We picked their Gossamer Flower Headband in the toffee color. I didn’t see the bold color until it arrived and was a little surprised how much I liked that color. It’s just a regular headband but as the ribbion material around it. For the flower it is an embroidered organza flower embellished with sequins and beads. You really can’t see all the detail in the pictures. When you see it in person you can really tell that Anrea’s Beau really outdid it on the flower.

For the photo we had Fallon’s best friend Hadley model it as she was over playing and really wanted to wear it around the house. As you can see the headband and the flower are very proportioned and aren’t too big for children to wear yet not to small for adults to wear either.  

School pictures will be soon and one of Andrea’s Beau headbands would be a great addition to pretty much any little girl’s outfit. Right now they are offering  a 15% discount when you use the code topnotch. This code is only good through 9/12, so make sure you order today.


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