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    Default Where do you keep your girls hair accessories

    Hi all, just wondering where you keep your girls hair accessories.
    I have a lot of different clips, hair ties, headbands etc.
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    I had a lady on fb make me a hair tie bag. It's got little pouches, flaps and buttons to put all the clips and ties etc. I also have a plastic box with different compartments to put another lot. (I have 4 daughters so hair ties were everywhere before I got the bag and box).

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    In a clear plastic divider box from spotlight. Similar to the fishing lure boxes

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    I have 3dds. I bought a small plastic tool box from Kmart. It's the size of a shoe box. Has different compartments in the lid. A lift out tray and a large compartment in the base. Perfect for everything.

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    I have five cheap plastic baskets in the top drawer in my bathroom vanity (drawers are quite large).

    We have all of our hair ties, assorted clips, ribbons, bobby pins and bun nets for dancing sorted in the baskets.

    On top of the bathroom vanity I have two white wicker baskets. One for headbands and a second for hairbrushes.

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    Thank you, I want something in her bedroom and for it to have compartments.
    Good suggestions.

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    I've put a shoe hanger thing behind her bathroom door and filled the pockets with DD's hair things ie all elastics in one pocket, hard headbands in one, soft headbands in one, fancy clips, plain clips etc. DD is 10 so she can reach everything pretty easily.

    It cost about $20 from Big W and I've just used those 3M removable hooks (Im in the process of painting so it will come down soon so I can paint the door and then I'll re-hang it.)

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    We have a small set of drawers, like one of these.
    When DD was younger, it was kept up on a shelf in her room. Now it's down where she can reach it. We have hair ties in one, clips in another, headbands in the third and brush/comb in the other. At least...until she reorganises it 365206719_886.jpg

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