I received these products at no cost to facilitate this Lulu and Mila review. However, all thoughts and opinions expressed are completely my own.
Lulu and Mila review
If you know me at all, you know this one thing: I like BIG bows (and I cannot lie). My daughter had her first hair bow on her head within the first hour after being born. It wasn’t a rinky-dinky little hair bow either, y’all. It was large and in charge, no doubt about it.
I see hair bows as crowns for little princesses. The bigger the better! And if it fits..why not wear it? I’ve seen this image floating around Facebook for a while now, and every time I see it I crack up. #truth
All hair bows are not created equally. We all know that they come in all sorts of sizes and colors, and with different styles of clips, embellishments, etc. Within the past year or so, I noticed a new trend in hair bows for little girls. Instead of having a traditional bow made from ribbon with a clip, more and more little girls are sporting these fabulous fabric head wraps and top knots that are so stinkin’ cute it hurts.