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Often times hair accessories get a bad rap. They’re accused of causing pain and natural hair damage. Plus they’re labeled as inappropriate for women of a certain age. Today, I’m going to set the record straight and dispel all these myths!
Hair Accessories Cause Headaches
Too tight hair accessories is what causes headaches! These headaches are known as compression headaches; caused by constant pressure on one’s forehead, crown of the head, behind the ears, and nap of the neck. A remedy for this issue is adjustable headband designs. Accented Glory’s headband designs are all adjustable and meets the needs of our customer base. They’re both comfortable and natural hair friendly. Accented Glory designs are created with fabrics and materials that minimize damage to kinky, coily, and curly hair. Click Amazon or Etsy to shop and get free U.S. shipping on our natural hair accessory designs!
Hair Accessories Cause Breakage
To keep things fair, hair accessories can cause damage, but the damage is often caused by a misuse of the accessory design or material used to create the design. The best way to solve these natural hair issues is education. At Accented Glory we educate our customers on what to look for when purchasing and styling with hair accessories. Check out our natural hair Styling Guide for hair accessories on Etsy for more advice and tips on styling natural hair.
Hair Accessories Are For Young Girls
You cannot put a age limit on expression of style! The misconception that hair accessories are only for young girls can possibly be attributed to retail stores catering to a much younger demographic. That’s why Accented Glory has mature designs for the grown and sexy...and STYLISH women!
What are somethings you’ve heard about hair accessories that may or may not be true? Feel free to share in comments below.
Cierra - AKA Accessory Diva
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Cierra has been a part of Accented Glory since its launch in June 2013. Outside of being an "Accessory Diva", she's a millennial who's currently navigating adulthood.