Palén Princess Hair Accessories
As much as I’d love my kids (and dog) to sit perfectly still for a picture, it rarely happens. In fact, most of the pictures I actually capture are just lucky shots that I got of them between movements. To give you an idea of how a day in the life of a blogger’s kids goes, check out this picture:
It is so hard to get an infant, preschooler and a dog to cooperate and stay interested in anything. The goal of this little bedroom photoshoot was to capture the cuteness of the Palén Princess headbands and hair accessories that we received a few weeks ago. Clearly it was more chaotic than successful but I managed to snag a few cute shots.
What I love about Palén Princess headbands and hair accessories is how professional they look. Sounds funny, I know, but let me explain further…
For this example, I’m going to use the brand Little Tikes. Grab a Little Tikes toy and remove the label. That brand name toy simply becomes less of a status symbol and more of, well, a toy. Isn’t it funny how brands can impact our purchasing decisions? We are drawn to labels and somehow associate them with quality.
Palén Princess headbands and hair accessories have professional-looking brand tags on them, along with the tiniest princess crowns. In my opinion, this helps the products look more professional and would most likely grab consumers’ attention more than an unmarked hair accessory. Why? Because we simply associate labels with quality, as I stated before.
Don’t get me wrong, though. There are crummy products that have nice labels and quality products that have horrible labels form all sorts of brands. Palén Princess is anything but crummy.
Every single headband and hair clip that we received was so well-made and just absolutely stunning. I saw no signs of glue, adhesive or deterioration on any of the accessories which is important for a product that will be used by kids. If my daughter sees a string, piece of adhesive or glue hanging off of anything, she will tug at it.
Our favorite headband is the one in the picture above. I love it on both girls and wish I had an adult version!
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Austin Baroudi says
Hair clips for sure! My daughter hates wearing headbands.
Racquel S says
I like them both but sometimes headbands can be too tight for my big head!
Rebecca Parsons says
I prefer headbands since they are easier with a moving child but I like them both.
I like headbands – I don't like how my hair sometimes gets caught in the hair clip and it hurts to pull out.
[Whatever U are, be a good one!] says
I love both! They are all super cute!
Thank You for the wonderful giveaway
Hair clips for me, headbands for them!
Michele P. says
when my daughter was little she used both hair clips and headbands, now she is more of a headband type of person. For me, I use hairclips mostly.
we prefer hair clips but these headbands are cute
Deanna Watson says
I love headbands on little girls. They looks so cute! I use hair clips for myself.
My daughter loves both! Anything to jazz up her latest self picked ensemble suits her 🙂
Anne Klotz says
My daughter prefers headbands, but will tolerate either.
Easter Sundae says
My older 3 preferred clips .. Baby doesn't have a lot of hair so she has done foe headbands up until now but I want to start using clips for her front hair!