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How To Wear Fablebands?

January 08, 2020

I decided to dedicate today's post to answer these two questions that I get almost every day from you. I think it's better to understand if you have 'graphical representation'.

Are Fablebands non-slip? How should I wear them?

There are multiple ways to wear your Fablebands! For the best non-slip fit, I recommend you wear them slightly down on your forehead, directly covering the hair line.

Slytherin Headband Fablebands

You can wear the faux knot in the front (picture above) or for a wider coverage, move the knot to the back (picture below)

Fablebands | Cunning: Harry Potter Slytherin Inspired Headband

These lovely photos were provided by @thelittlelibrarian. She was kind enough to take these two photos so I could create this 'How To' post.

Aly is wearing her Cunning Fableband inspired by Hogwarts House Slytherin and this beautiful green fabric was designed by @azura.arts.




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