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a band worn around or over the head

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According to Spartan Yoga Wear, the headbands are made of a very comfortable and resilient 70% Cotton, 20% Spandex and 10% Polyester material making it an ideal choice for wearing while exercising.
Muse bills itself as a brain-sensing headband that promises a happier, more productive mental attitude after three minutes of use each day.
Sonakshi Sinha, who flaunted a gold Amrapali headband at the Filmfare Awards, said that headbands are a great way to add a little something to your hairstyle.
1 Dab glue on one end of headband and press the end of one piece of embroidery floss into it.
Like all SOL REPUBLIC headphones, the tokidoki and TKDK Tracks HD models offer unique interchangeable SoundTrack headbands and cables, allowing users to create endless custom styles featuring many of the favorite characters from tokidoki culture.
Ideal for frequent business travelers, home, commuting or office use, Inspiration headphones deliver pure and powerful music reproduction, with a trendsetting "fashion-forward" twist - interchangeable headbands in a multitude of different colors and materials.
According to Joni Odum, marketing director, fashion-conscious women can look effortlessly chic this winter with the Evolve Silky Wrap Scarf and Evolve Silky Knot Headband.
Go for the studded headbands, beaded neckpieces and funky bracelet rings, all priced below Rs 150.
When I design jewellery, I work with the seasons in mind, and I think now is prime time for headbands.
BACK in the 80s, the TV show Fame hit upon a winning formula - headbands, blusher and Lycra leggings.
Fame - The Musical BIRMINGHAM HIPPODROME BACK in the 80s, the TV show, Fame, hit upon a winning formula - headbands, blusher and lycra leggings.
His cult status was confirmed after he inspired a section of the fans to sport matching headbands.
Although in no way as drastic as those caused by heading, the compounded effects of wearing headbands, etc.
Demonstrators will wear red headbands in solidarity with Buddhist monks during marches in London and other
99) can be used to make a colorful array of soft and flexible necklaces, headbands, bracelets, and more.