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Rebecca Brake: Hi! I am Rebecca Brake, and welcome to watchmojo.com and today we are looking at Angel Lily Hair Clips for trendy moms and mini fashion niches. Why did you find it important to design hair clips for little girls?
Ly-Na Toye: My elder daughter Angel was my inspiration. And whenever I took her out, she will be just be from head to toe in pink, and people will constantly ask me whether or not she was a boy or girl. So I had to find a pretty bow to put in her hair to end all the questioning.
Rebecca Brake: Would you say bows are appropriates at any age?
Ly-Na Toye: Bows are just fun. Little girls can wear them, babies can wear them, even moms can wear them. I wear them all the time.
Rebecca Brake: Are there any other concerns you have to take into account, when designing the clips.
Ly-Na Toye: Well, our main priority when designing the clips, is safety. All that materials that we used are lead free and non-toxic. Clips are minimum 2 inches in length. We don't want our children to swallow their clips, right? However, they should always be used in the presence of an adult, because they can grab them and take them off. However, they are lined with velvet, they won't snag their hair or damage it.
Female Speaker: And how have you coped with being a working mom?
Ly-Na Toye: There's pros and cons. It's this, there's always a lot of work, there is always a lot of pressure, however the best part is seeing your creation come to life, and seeing that your product not only puts a smile on your daughter's face, but smile on other moms and babies as well.
Rebecca Brake: What about for really small babies?
Ly-Na Toye: We recommend our Lola headbands. This is Lola, she was my inspiration for the headbands. We wanted to create headband that would not cut the babies head. So we decide to use nylon. Then the type of nylon we use is pantyhose material, and it stretches so much -- and even trust me, I have tried on before.