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  1. Gap wrote:

    I love this hair styles…so feminine!
    XOX, Gap.
    http://www.gaptoothedgirl.com

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  2. Colleen wrote:

    I love these! Would also look great with a red ribbon

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  3. caroline wrote:

    These look so pretty! They’re elegant and super chic at the same time.
    xo
    styleontheside.com

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  4. Kristie wrote:

    Great tips! This is a great inexpensive accessory!

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  5. Brianna wrote:

    Such a feminine look, I need to try it!

    Ripped Jeans

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  6. i.s. wrote:
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  7. Jessica wrote:

    Messy, but cute. LOVE it!

    http://www.wearitforless.com

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  8. Zoe wrote:

    It looks so cute, I’ve got loads of ribbons left over from presents and I think red and green ones will look so fun for Christmas.

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  9. Prudence Yeo wrote:

    Ribbon in the hair is just so romantic and lovely, adore the idea and thanks for the beautiful images!

    Prudence
    http://www.prudencepetitiestyle.wordpress.com

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  10. Rim wrote:

    Super beau !!!!
    http://www.riedjo.com

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  11. L wrote:
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  12. Love that ribbons are in fashion right now thanks to the school girl trend – thanks for the inspiration!

    Fair-well xx,
    -Lauren Vandiver
    http://vandifair.com/

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  13. wow beautiful

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  14. María wrote:

    So girly and sweet!
    Lots of love, xx

    http://www.marysreturn.com
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  15. Noemi wrote:

    I love ribbons, they add a touch of femininity to everyday hairstyles. Beautiful picks.

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  16. Mun wrote:

    Ribbons… school days! Seems way too long ago! xx

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  17. digi voice wrote:

    great stuff!

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