Choose from an awesome pick of hair accessories that you can embellish with your own artistic touch. These reliable hair findings will spruce up anyone's locks - whether you're making something for everyday wear or preparing special hair jewelry for a bridal shower, wedding, or formal event.
French auto-lock barrette backs will last for years, made from strong heavy-gauge steel with a spring and back that are all one part! Holes on the surface provide you with an extra-secure gluing surface.
Bobby pins from Rings & Things have a 10mm round flat pad, the perfect blank background for gluing or soldering your custom creations.
Easy Clips are designed to clip into the underlayers of hair, for creating faux hair wraps.
We've got your back! These blank hair accessories are excellent for OOAK handcrafted wood, ceramic, polymer clay, sealed paper, and slumped glass creations, as well as metalsmithed designs from your jeweler's bench.
Glue, rivet, or use ribbons or wire to wrap your custom hair ornament to our line of snap clips (hair clips), French-style barrette backs, hair pins and more.
Classic metal hair pins with a 15mm round gluing surface are available in 6 plating colors (bright white, silver plated, bright gold, antiqued brass, antiqued copper and black gunmetal finishes).
Nickel-free hair pins include elegant tortoise-shell and crystal-clear plastic chignon pins (sometimes called chignon pics, hair combs or hair claws).
Hair combs and hair bands are ideal for wire wrapping, ribbon-embellishing and a whole lot more.
Test a small sample and allow it to cure thoroughly before proceeding.
When possible, use a file to roughen smooth surfaces. This gives a stronger grip.
Clean both surfaces before applying adhesive (we recommend isopropyl alcohol and a cotton swab).
Work in a well-ventilated, dry, and dust-free environment.
Extreme temperatures might affect drying time.
Store all adhesives in a cool place.
MSDS (Material Safety and Data Sheets) are available upon request.
Glues and Cold Temperatures
Avoid shipping glues via Ground during winter months, since many will lose effectiveness once frozen. This is especially true of super glues.
Store finished creations in a location that maintains temperatures above freezing.
Cyanoacrylate (super glue) bonds can be weakened -- allowing disassembly -- by placing a glued object in a household freezer for several hours. (Epoxy glues also become brittle in low temperatures, but most will not snap apart as super glues do).