Spaghetti Headz #giveaway

Posted January 12, 2015 by Prairie Wife - 30 comments

spag headz packageWhen I first received an e-mail asking me if I would like to try Spaghetti Headz hair twists I wasn’t sure if they would be a good fit for us. After all, Cowgirl G had just chosen to chop off her lovely locks into a short and sassy bob. I took a few minutes to browse the product online and after taking a look knew that Cowgirl G would love then, even with her new do. I had the people at Spaghetti Headz check out our Prairie Wife Guarantee to make sure we were on the same page, and received the Spaghttie Headz the next week. Cowgirl G was ecstatic and bounced up on down while she waited for me to open them.


This would probably be a good time for me to admit that I am NOT one of those moms that can do their daughters hair all darling and Pinterest cute. Cowgirl G has pretty much been “styling” it on her own since the age of three, and I started to keep a brush in the van for all the times I forgot to even brush it before we headed out the door. Her new cut was the best decision ever (wash and wear), and I keep my fingers crossed that Cowgirl G will take over doing CowBaby5’s hair when she has enough to need attention.

Needless to say I was a little intimidated at the idea of trying to place the Spaghetti Headz in Cowgirl G’s stick straight and somewhat fine hair…I shouldn’t have worried. After one attempt the Spaghetti Headz twist easily wound around Cowgirl G’s hair, and stayed in without any slipping until nap time (about 4 hours) when she took it out (with no snags or rats left behind). We chose not to cut her Spaghetti Headz to the same length as her hair, but it is an option. After I placed her first Spaghetti Headz twist in her hair Cowgirl G spent several minutes gazing adoringly at herself in the mirror. She then came back and wound another Spaghetti Headz around her wrist as a bracelet and then immediately grabbed her American Girl Doll and asked me to show her how to put one in her hair. It only took her three tries and she had it down, and ran off to play.

spag headzThis is a cute product that I can foresee Cowgirl G and her friends having lots of fun with! The variety of charms and styles are numerous and I know you can find just the right style for your little girl! I already have plans to buy a few packs of them to break up and put in her Birthday Goody Bags for her friends. I’d say that the ages that would most enjoy this product are 4-9 year olds. The younger girls will like the bright colors (and you can even style it to make it look like a crown) and the older girls will have fun trying out looks on each other!

The great people at Spaghetti Headz have offered to do a giveaway with THREE winners! One grand prize winner will receive a package of Spaghetti Headz hair twists of their choice and two runners up will receive 25% off a set of Spaghetti Headz. All you need to do is leave a comment about your favorite way to style your daughters hair. You can earn more points towards the giveaway by following us on social media. Please be honest, we do check!

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30 thoughts on "Spaghetti Headz #giveaway"

  1. Lizzi says:

    These are adorable! My current favorite way to style my girls’ hair is a small ponytail on top to catch all the short hair from grown out bangs and bring it back into a big pony or messy bun in the back . It is the quickes way to ensure non orphan looking girls in only a few min 😉

    1. Prairie Wife says:

      Oh the bangs growing out…ugh! What a good solution though!

  2. College BFF says:

    Those look like a cute add to different hairstyles. My current favorite style is two half pony tails with the rest all curly 😉

    1. Prairie Wife says:

      Oh that is a cute one!

  3. Christie says:

    These are so neat and I love that they are curly to match my daughter’s shirley temple curls! Currently the “elsa braid” is our go to hair style but pigtails are another classic favorite! 🙂

    1. Prairie Wife says:

      They would look SO cute with curly hair 🙂

  4. Kristen says:

    I like to style my girls hair with different styles of braids (when they let me lol)
    I really like French braids because they keep their hair nice & neat & out of their face.

  5. Jil says:

    Our go to is a braid to tame her long mane

  6. courtney c says:

    i like to put my daughter hair in piggy tails. she looks so cute.

  7. Madalyn Haire says:

    I don’t have a daughter but I want to win these for me & maybe my niece who wants her hair like mine (pink, blue, purple, black, blonde, and yes all at the same time) but being 9…her school doesn’t allow that, LOL

    1. Prairie Wife says:

      What a great gift for her!

  8. jodi says:

    I like to braid my daughter’s hair

    1. Prairie Wife says:

      Always a good style!

  9. Birdiebee says:

    Unfortunately, the Spaghetti Headz website is not working properly this evening. I would choose to weave these in my granddaughter’s hair.

    1. Prairie Wife says:

      Thanks for the heads up, I’ll check and make sure it’s not my link!

  10. Allyson Tice says:

    I love to do my daughters hair in pigtails!!

  11. janetfaye says:

    I don’t have a daughter but I would like to win these for my granddaughter.

    1. Prairie Wife says:

      They will be sure to make her smile!

  12. Adrianne B says:

    I like to do 5 strand braids, French and Dutch braids, and pigtails!

  13. Diana Hatch says:

    We like French braids

    1. Prairie Wife says:

      I still don’t have the hang of those!

  14. lindsay hess says:

    My favorite way is left down and spiral curled, it would look great:)

    1. Prairie Wife says:

      Spaghetti Headz will look wonderful with that!

  15. jeremy mclaughlin says:

    My wife does her hair, usually in a ponytail.

    1. Prairie Wife says:

      Nothing wrong with a ponytail!

  16. lissa crane says:

    My daughters both have super curly hair, so I would love to just inter- twine these with their hair, or maybe put it up in a ponytail and let the colored pieces hang down!

  17. amy craft says:

    My daughter has thick curly hair. Luckily no matter what I do to it as long as the curls are showcased we are good to go lol. I usually pull up some on the left side with a bow 🙂

    1. Prairie Wife says:

      I love using bows in little girls’ hair!

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