Slim Plum Fruit Wood Ribbon Hair stick or Shawl Stick

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Slim Plum Fruit Wood Ribbon Hair stick or Shawl Stick


Slim Ribbon Sticks(TM). These are my Ribbon series of hair sticks. They look much like a curled ribbon straightened a little. These hold extremely well!

*Please note* This is ONE stick.

As with most of my sticks, I like to let the grain decorate them. This is made from Plum fruit wood. It is a light blonde color with a darker grain pattern. The grain isn't as distinctive as some woods, but nice. This is slimmer than my standard Ribbons. It will appeal to those who would rather not have such a bulky stick. It is 6 inches long and 3/8 inch on the blunt end.

With this stick, I used a belt sander to round it off, then used a dremel tool to make the shape and sanded until it was very smooth. I finished with clear enamel and orange oil and beeswax polish. This helps the sticks to become smooth, satiny, and water resistant. These sticks are made freehand so each is slightly different and there are small imperfections. However, they are nicely smooth.

Product Attributes

Primary Material: Plum wood, clear enamal, orange oil/beeswax polish

Size: 6 inches long

Pattern: Ribbon

Color: Brass

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~~Please note: While every effort is made to ensure the photo's are as close to the actual color as possible, due to differences in monitor resolutions and color settings, colors are not guaranteed to be exact and should only be used as a reference.

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~~ While packages generally arrive MUCH sooner than specified, I allow the post office up to 2 weeks for Domestic delivery & up to 4-5 weeks for International delivery before resending/refunding for non delivery.

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IMPORTANT NOTE: International buyers are responsible for any and all Customs Charges, Taxes & Additional Postal Fees

~~ Custom orders: if there is something special you would like, please don't hesitate to contact me and request it. You never know unless you ask.

~~Refunds and Exchanges:

This is a limited warranty. Breakage is unlikely, however, if a stick(s) breaks within one week of purchase, with clear pictures of the broken stick(s), I will cheerfully exchange it for another of like size and shape. I won't exchange the stick(s) if I determine that the stick was used in a manner inconsistent to it's intended use. I cannot guarantee the same color or type of wood. If you should need to exchange a broken stick(s), please send me message and we can discuss it.

~~ How To Use a Hairstick

Some have told me they don't know how to use a hairstick. Here is a description of how to use a hairstick.

First off, they work best on styles in which hair is twisted gathered or rolled.

This is how I do mine and it works the best for me.

Grab the hair with your hand in a pony tail at the back of your head. Twist the hair tightly in a counter clockwise direction. Get it as tight as possible. Make a loop (not a bun) on top and make sure the loose end is under the loop, then:

Grip the stick at its blunt end.

Insert the stick so that the tip and end are pointing to the top of your head, the opposite angle of their final position. Instead of sticking the stick into the twist, barely catch the roll or coil so that it collects about a 1-inch section of hair. Push the stick until the tip protrudes at least a fingertip in length.

Lift the stick like a lever, catching some scalp hair as you rotate it 180 degrees from the insertion point. Hook a small amount of the hair that's pulled flat against the head while pushing the stick through the hair and weaving it a little in the bottom twist of the hair near the scalp. {If using a ribbon stick, twist the stick counter clockwise to insert - do not 'push' it in.}

A lot of people tell me that even pens break when they try using them on their hair. Using this method, even those with very long and/or thick hair shouldn't have problems with any sticks breaking because there is not a lot of pressure on the sticks.

That is about it; insert a second stick if desired either in the same position or cross it under the first. Adding the second stick tightens the sticks and helps them hold the hair in place.

There are many variations and styles. One favorite of mine is to French braid my hair and then put the sticks in.

It does take practice to learn your hair and what works for you - the way to learn is practice, practice, practice! It took me quite some time to learn to keep my hair up and the sticks in. However, it is worth it in the end. Now even if I forget my sticks, I know I can use almost anything to hold my hair up.


Soapsmith on Dec 27, 2013
5 stars

This shawl pin/hair stick is truly lovely! The fine quality craftsmanship and pride in her artistry is evident. I am certain my friend will love it. Linda is a wonderful seller and a pleasure with which to work. Thanks for the extras, you are very kind.
Patron165723 on Oct 5, 2012
5 stars

This book press is just what I was looking for, and what great shipping time! Thanks again Linda for making this for me, your a great person. God Bless

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