Two basic types of faux hair wraps:
- String beads on bead cord or Beadalon® and finish the ends the same way you would finish a necklace (such as a crimp bead).
- Make traditional-looking floss wraps, using large-hole beads on embroidery floss or colorful hemp cord.
With either style, use a medium jump ring to attach a clasp to the comb. A clasp lets you trade wraps using one comb. For even more versatility, put another clasp at the bottom of the hair wrap, so charms can be traded daily.
- Easy Clips need about 1-1/2" (35mm) of hair to hook securely.
- These small Easy Clips are barely over an inch long, so they stay hidden in the underlayers of hair, making it easy to wear and swap a variety of faux hair wraps.
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