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Old 09-17-2009, 02:23
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Default Re: no slip grip on the back of toggle headband

They stay in my hair with no problem but slip out of my daughters silky hair when she starts running around so I think I'm going to try some of the silicone...though if anyone finds the tape silicone that is what I would really like! Thanks for all the great ideas!!
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Old 09-17-2009, 05:45
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Default Re: no slip grip on the back of toggle headband

I saw a tute somewhere...of course I absolutely won't remember where until after I finish posting my reply...

basically, use painters tape (the blue tape that peels off real easy) and outline a strip in the middle of your ribbon to apply your silicone to. Run a bead of silicone (just a little bit) in between the taped edges and spread very thinly with a stick or your finger.Let dry overnight and the next day, peel your painter's tape off and you should have a very neat looking line of silicone.
Hope this helps someone - I have yet to try toggle headbands...it's on my to-do list!

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Old 09-18-2009, 05:25
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Default Re: no slip grip on the back of toggle headband

I have tried the silicone and do not care for it, for one it doesnt work very well, it take 24 hours to dry and it can peel off. I am currently trying rug tape made by duct tape. The duct tape one holds way better in my daughters hair but the adhesive is not very good. I havent tried to glue it on with anything but was thinking of using E6000 to make sure it stays. I will let everyone know how that goes.
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