Moms with baby girls who are
bald hair-deprived blessed with less hair than some other babies will completely appreciate this wonderful product! InfantBows are perfect for those like myself who were thrilled when they found out they were having a baby girl and happily imagined teensy tiny pigtails and hair bows in their daughter’s hair. Then came the happy day of baby’s birth. And they waited. And waited. And waited. For hair to GROW on their baby’s sweet little head. They have stiffly endured well-meaning people rubbing it in asking innocently if their baby is a boy or girl when it’s totally obvious that they are female! I mean, look at that feminine face! And hello! Pink blankets, pink outfit! *sigh*
So anyway, enough with the tirade. ;-) My only other options to dress my daughter up are frilly headbands and hats… the problem is that my daughter hates anything on her head with a passion. She immediately rips it off. The wonderful thing about InfantBows is that she doesn’t even know they’re on her head! We’re both happy and I’ve finally outsmarted her (which is no easy feat, mind you).
InfantBows have a unique backing that makes them different than any other bow on the market. The backing is formulated to hold InfantBow Glue and protects the bow from damage as well as increases the holding power.
The InfantBows Glue is a special formula that accomplishes 4 primary objectives:
♥ Safe for babies (All natural & Water soluble)
♥ Easy to apply
♥ Packaged for travel in diaper bags with a tip that drops just the right amount without a mess.
♥ Powerful hold that lasts
♥ Easily removable by simply wiping off with a baby wipe
Our Infantbows Review:
I did some serious testing of this product. I went shopping with my mom – it was a girl’s day out, just me, my daughter, and my mom. Watch out, world! :-) I glued that little bow to Emma’s head at about 10 a.m., stuck her in her car seat, and off we went. An hour to get to the mall (I know, insane), and she slept all the way. The bow stuck. I was surprised, I must admit. And pleased! Some walking through Target, back to the car to nurse her. Even after the nursing struggle (does she ever stay still?), the bow stuck. Four hours, three stores, and a restaurant stop later, the bow still stuck! And looked extremely cute, I might add. An hour’s drive home, and getting ready for bed I realized I would have to take that bow off. Even if it was extreeemely cute! Though it was stuck fast, it came right off and Emma never even knew it was there!
So, pros and cons…
♥ Extreeemely cute!
♥ Baby doesn’t even notice she’s wearing anything.
♥ Easy peasy!
♥ You don’t have to worry about losing hair bows (these aren’t going anywhere).
♥ They don’t pull baby’s hair! What little she has, that is.
♥ You don’t have to worry about trying to tie a perfect little bow on your baby’s head.
♥ You might not like dealing with glue (but it’s actually easier and faster than messing with other hair bows).
These are so fun. I want to thank Jennifer for being so sweet and sending these to me to test out! Also for sending me some to give away – isn’t that awesome?
What’s that? A giveaway? Whoever said anything about giving any away? :-D
Okay, okay! But first watch these video reviews for InfantBows (I couldn’t decide which one to share so decided to put them both up for you, lol):
Okay, my wonderful readers! Let’s have a giveaway!
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