bicycle hair bow
Girly Kurlz

PURPLE Bicycle Hair Bow

Regular price $30.00
Learning to ride a bike is one of the best memories growing up!! Here's the cutest ribbon sculpture bicycle you can put in your daughters hair...or yours!!!

Set with sparkling rhinestones and a cute little basket on the handlebars, this pink and white bike is definitely one of a kind. Measures about 3" across and 2 1/2" tall.

*All items here at have been heat sealed and lined with the finest ribbon.

**You can choose to have the bike facing left or right

***custom colors are welcome 



On any kind of pony tail, high or low, you can clip the hair clip through the actual pony tail holder rather than just in the hair.

The pony tail holder holds the clip a bit better...especially since you have to squeeze the hair clip through.

This is why I only partially line my alligator clips. It makes it so much easier to slide through. When the clip is fully me anyway, it makes it so much harder to slide the hair clip through the pony tail or even just through the hair when it's tied back.

I also like to take a small rubber band around the back of the hair bow on the alligator clip or french barrette and wrap that around the pony tail holder as well. This really helps to keep the hair bow in place.

If you like to sweep your hair to the side without a pony tail, then i suggest taking a small section of hair where you'd like to wear the hair bow and using a rubber band make a tiny pony tail (I know, I know you didn't want a pony tail...this just helps to secure the bow and to keep it from slipping out trust me!).

This way you can slip the hair bow through the hair just above the rubber band. Then take another rubber band and secure the hair bow by wrapping it around the back of the bow and around the pony tail as well.

Hope this helps!!



A Frenchman named Comte Medi De Sivrac built the first type of bicycle in 1690. It was referred to as a pedals or handlebars.

During WW2 the Japanese invaded most of Malaysia on BICYCLES!!

The longest "tandem" bike seated 35 people and was 65.61 feet long! The smallest bicycle ever made was made from silver dollars.

Roads were paved because of bicycles, not because of cars.

In 1985 American Olympic Cyclist and Ironman triathlon competitor John Howard achieved the fastest speed on a bicycle clocked at 152.2 mph!

It's often thought of as a childhood memory for most of us, but there are soooo many amazing health benefits of riding a bike.

Come on mom's and dad's we gotta stay healthy for our kiddos, riding bikes together is fun and healthy all the way around!!


Ride your bike with your matching bicycle hair bow, this ribbon sculpture is definitely one of a kind!

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