Not all hair ties are the same, and this is especially true when it comes to toddlers hair ties. Not only is the comfort essential to the parent and child, but the parts they are made out of is critical. Each toddler advances at different ages, and some may be able to wear hair ties with extras on them like jewels or sparkles because they realize it’s a fashion accessory. Other toddlers might try to put them in their mouth thinking its a toy, which can result in choking.
Take a peek below at all the tried and tested hair ties for toddlers, babies, and all infants! This article can be an excellent guide for new moms who are unsure of where to start in the accessory department for their child.
This set has ten different colors to choose from, and each color comes in a count of ten each!
Great for picky little girls who like to wear a different color every day of the week or those who want to wear multiple colors at once.
These hair ties are especially good for not damaging or breaking hair as you take them out. If your infant or toddler pulls them out it won’t make them cry because they are ouch-free and slide right off!
The diameter of these measure in at 1.25 inches, making them smaller than standard hair ties. This makes them a great size for your little girl, but won’t fit in big girl ponytails! Because the band is so thick, these are going to be one of the more durable hair tie options.
You can wash and dry these! If these get caught in the dryer vent and get snaggly it is best to just throw them out. They are cheap and come in such a large quantity you’ll have plenty more of them to use.
OH EM GEE! These hair ties are just about the cutest thing I’ve ever seen. Can be used not only for your little one, but these can be great for tweens, and young adults! Not gonna lie, I am even considering getting a set of these!
This set comes with 40 pieces, 20 colors and two bows for each color, making it perfect for french braids or ponytails.
These silky bow ties are handmade and are attached via an elastic band! Measuring in at 2.75 inches these are going to be a bit bigger than the hair ties we previously went over.
You can pair these toddler accessories with a casual outfit for school or pair them with a charming dress for your family wedding coming up!
You will find no metal on these hair bands making it exceptional for young girls.
On each hair band is a plastic shape that gives some flair to the hair.
These shapes include:
- Animal Ears
- And more!
The hairband measures in at about 1 inch and pairs well with fine or think hair. I suggest tying the band around the hair and then sliding the shape to sit where you wan vs. tying the band around where you want the shape to sit.
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This set comes with 16 total balls, broken down into 8 pairs and 8 different colors!
These are very tiny measuring in at 2.5 cm in diameter. Parents who have daughters with very fine hair are going to love these!
Little girls with thick hair are suggested to use this to tie off braids or half ponytails vs. using it to secure one big ponytail. This is because getting these around a wide diameter of thick hair might cause them to snap and break.
What is cuter than baby girls? Baby girls who wear hair elastics with baby animals on them.
Twelve different pairs make this one of the bigger sets on the market. One of the things I love about these is the pastel color and fun designs.
The only downfall to these is the diameter size of about 1 inch, which means they are great for babies but not so much for older toddlers unless they have fine hair.
Hair ties for young daughters are something to be knowledgeable about through and through. Using adult hair ties on a child will slip off little girls hair, which is not only annoying but can be a choking hazard. Buying smaller hair ties will be safer and will hold the hair back for an entire day.
It is suggested you introduce hair ties early so your daughter will feel comfortable around them and won’t fight you as much when you need to put their hair back for things like sports or special events.
Remember to take the hair ties out at the end of each night! Doing this will help avoid any choking hazard if the hair ties were to slip off in the middle of the night. If they wish to keep their hair back when they sleep, try using a headband instead!
Need some quick and easy hair ideas for your little girl? Peep the video below for some great inspiration 🙂