Hair Claws - Handcrafted by Kootenay Spoons

By: Kootenay Spoons  09-12-2011

The best hair pin in the world! It doesn't slide out or shake loose. The curve of the pin and the friction of the wood really does keep your hair in place. If you have ever used a chopstick or a pencil to put your hair up, you'll know how to use ours.

Put hair up in a tight twist, then weave pin in from any direction, starting at a 45-degree angle to the head. Usually 3 to 6 tries makes it comfortable and secure.

These are sold 2 pins to a card. Bulk pricing available for decoration and resale: you can drill a hole in the broad flat tab and attach almost any decoration you can think of.

Wholesale only.
Suggested retail - $9 / pair.

The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011

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