Hello everyone :)

I have a little doubt... What's the best way, in your opinion, to fix a fascinator to the head? Hoops for hair pins, combs, elastic band...? Thanks :)

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Hi Elisa,

I have tried lots of different methods, feedback from customers has been loops for pins too tricky for most to do themselves, I more often apply 2 ways per piece. For example A headband with a comb attached or comb & elastic combo. It really all depends on the style and size of the headpiece. The more secure the better. Hope this helps a little

 

Most of my clients prefer elastic as they cannot tolerate combs. But you could also do a figure of 8 ... I have replied with a instructions to the technique here along with strap ideas too!

I'd like to see your techniques for elastic straps. Where are the instructions located?  Thank You.

http://hatacademy.com/forum/topics/banana-wire?commentId=6485913%3A...

This one of the thick straps techs for straw and if you wish you can email me at floreedith yahoo.com

The technique for elastic is fairly simple I do not use precut so no uncomfortable ferrules. Knot the ends and tack into the sides of hat firmly!  So up to u but if you need stuff emailed let me know!

All d best

Does anyone have suggestions on attachments for people with very short hair? Has anyone used snap-in clips  also called hair extension clips?

Problem with those are s they deface the design... Stick to elastic if hair is really short then use the transparent lingerie elastic you can find for bras... It works a treat and lasts very well... Just secure ends with matching fabric of hat and then sew in!  Other alternative is figure of 8 made with millinery wire as in above reply...

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