Jul 312012

I recently had the opportunity to review two products from a new website to our Modest Clothing Resources page – MyHeadcoverings.com.

They were pleasant to deal with, and my items arrived quickly and very well packaged.

I had Jewel put on the Colorful Circles Head Scarf for a photo, even though it does NOT match her outfit. She’s still cute!

It’s a very pretty scarf, and of course as a simple square it has a wide range of uses. Because it’s so slick, I’m not sure I’d try using it as a headcovering, but of course that’s just me.

The second item I received was the LadyBug: Circular Strokes Cotton Pre-tied Bandana in blue. (Click for a better view of the pattern – but I couldn’t resist this photo of my cuties!)

I was dubious about a “pre-tied bandana” for me, since being 6’2″ my head is also proportionately larger than the average, so most “one size fits all” headbands and things are too small.

The soft, t-shirt-like fabric was a delightful surprise, and it did, in fact, fit perfectly (thanks to a generous elastic in the back).

It is somewhat “clingy”, and seemed like it was much better at staying in place that your typical cotton woven fabric. As an experiment, I went through half the day without putting in clips to secure it, and I was impressed!

A comfortable, easy-to-wear, no-iron covering… Can’t beat that!

I will definitely do business with MyHeadcoverings.com for my personal use – I think I need another one of these comfy pre-tied bandanas! – and I do not hesitate to recommend them to you.

I received the referenced items for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way for this review. This review has not been approved or edited by anyone.
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  One Response to “MyHeadcoverings.com Review”

  1. I know what you mean about slippery scarves! They drape beautifully, but they can be SO annoying… If I wear them, a wear a no slip cotton headband underneath. It makes the clips grip them much better! Also, Goody (or Scunci?) carries these small (1″ long) barettes with rubber on the middle portion… your covering will NOT slip out if you wear these! You actually have to work to get them out :)

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