Sparkling Bright Color Tiaras
QUEEN/PRINCESS FOR THE DAY!
I chanced purchasing these Tiaras for a Pre-Mother's Day Celebration and WOWWWWWWWWW, I'm so glad I did. To see the look on the faces of some of the women as they were celerbrated and crowned made the moment and these beautiful colorful tiaras PRICELESS!
May 3, 2010
Great item. Colorful and made well enough.
January 2, 2012
Just what I expected
Thanks to the other reviews, I knew these tiaras ran large before purchasing them. They are fine for adults, but would be too big for children. I liked the colors and the ease in storing them. (They lay flat in the box and you pop up the tiara part and reshape a bit before use.)
April 10, 2011
don't waste your money!
These were purchased for a large, chidren's event. The crowns are made of pipe cleaners. They are too large for childrens' heads, and when you bend the wire to adjust fitting, the wires stick out and poke the kids' heads. The top part of the crown sort of flops over. Most of these were falling apart and in the garbage before the 2 hour event ended.
March 28, 2011
Not what I thot
The Tiara's were not exactly what I thot they would be.I was dissappointed that they were not more durable and seemed to not fit the kids very well to big even for teens.
November 11, 2010
2nd Princes Party
I wish I would of purchase tiaras that were a little more pricy. They are huge and i doubt they will fit the little girls head and its cheaply made. The material it is made out of reminds me of something that I will wrap around my xmas tree. The saying is you get what you pay for!
September 15, 2010
Worked but too small for kids
I purchased these for my 4 year old Bday party, the girls there where between 3 and 7. The tiaras did not fit one of them but they could be bent in the back (pinched). I guess they worked but would have loved for there to be a childs size.
May 20, 2010
Not for small kids
This product was ok but it really isn't for 5 yr old girls. These are kind of big so it falls down on their head instead of sitting on top of their head.
February 28, 2010