Many girls like to play games where they pretend to be adults and do "adult things." This may include dressing in their mother's clothes and playing with hair accessories and makeup, but some mothers worry that their children will grow up too fast. Girls' hair accessories can be the perfect way to give your daughter a truly new look without over-sexualizing her.

Fun hair accessories for girls, such as a tiara covered in colored diamonds or a shiny plastic crown, which can be hooked into the hair like a costume item, are a good way to make your child feel really adult While still allowing you to be a child, a crown or tiara will also make your child feel like a real life princess! If your daughter is more of a tomboy, you can always buy other accessories, such as pirate hats or Native American feather headdresses.

Hair braiding tools and kits are a good hair accessory that your daughter can share with her friends. The kits come with colored cotton and complete instructions on how to create a range of different braided styles. Some kits will also come with a special braiding tool to make adding braids and twists to your hair easier than ever. Once your child has learned to braid, you can add strands of different colors to her hair, without the need for dyes or chemicals. Braids are very simple to remove and will not harm hair if done correctly. The best thing is that once the cotton that comes with the kit has run out, you can easily buy more, in the colors you want, from your local sewing or craft store.

A cute hair band is a good way to keep your daughter's hair out of her eyes, especially if she has bangs or is trying to grow them out. Hair bands are available in many bright colors and patterns, so you can buy one that suits your child's personality, or buy a complete set so they can be mixed and matched. Hair bands are also good hair accessories for girls, which can be mixed and matched with clothes. If your daughter has a plaid dress, for example, buy plaid ribbons to match. Tie the hairs first with an elastic hair band, and then place a tape over the top for an extra secure hold.

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