Spaghetti headz is a fun product for kids or even adults. This makes it easy to change up styles without actually doing anything to your hair. Fun thing is you can also wear these as a bracelet. The spaghetti headz is long but can be cut down which is amazing. The packs include 3 of the spaghetti headz which are full of color and have little charms at the end to go with the theme of the pack. Perfect for sleepovers and letting the girls create their own looks. These are made out of polymer clay and are 9” long but like I said they can be cut down to size or worn as a bracelet.
My daughter was so excited when these came in the mail. But of course her hair isn’t long enough and I don’t think this is a good product for her age. Maybe 6 and up would be a better age group for these even though it says 3 and up. My daughter likes to chew on everything so that’s why I say that. The packing was easy to open since my daughter opened it with no problem.
I ended up getting a pack of the natural feathers of course I’ll be trying them out. Since I wasn’t a fan of the feather in the hair trend before I’m not sure I’ll like the feathers. Good news is they have different packs to choose from. My personal favorites are glow in the dark and happy birthday. I remember back in middle school putting the strings around a section of hair or even beads. Spaghetti headz kind of reminds me of that.
It took me a couple tries but I finally learned how to put the spaghetti headz in my hair. Once you figure it out the process goes much quicker turns out I was twirling my hair the wrong way. I actually love the way it looked in my hair even the feathers looked good. The product seemed like it was movable in my hair so that’s good. I would recommend this I mean it’s a fun product for kids or even grown up who like to be different.
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