1. Buy a bunch of cheap but pretty fake flowers. Posies work great.
2. Remove the plastic bits that hold the petals together.
3. Take a hairpin and stick one end through.
4. Pull your hair up into a bun, secure first with regular pins, then arrange flower-pins as you like. Done! You might want to use hairspray to tame fly-away hair, I didn't. I was in such a hurry to share this with you! :)
If you want to wear this for recitals/shows, just add a hairnet before you pin the flowers, and give it an extra dose of hairspray. Otherwise, wear whenever you want to look extra pretty. Or when you're heading for après-ballet bubbly with the girls!
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