We're revamping our website and adding bows for sale--coming soon! Here is my niece, Maren, wearing one! pic.twitter.com/1dGEVBHtuH— Girlie Glue (@GirlieGlue) May 6, 2013
Figuring out the gender of a baby isn't always easy, especially if they're bald, which is why so many parents will either dress their kids in gender-specific colors, or even put a little headband on a baby girl’s head so there's no mistaking their sex. Well, now there’s a new way to make sure your daughter isn’t mistaken for a boy, and it’s bizarre.
Instead of putting a headband that they probably hate wearing, the latest trend is something called Girlie Glue, which allows you to simply glue an accessory on your baby’s forehead. In addition to the glue, the company sells a variety of bows, flowers etc, that you simply affix right to your child’s head.
The company’s CEO Katie Hydrick created the product after realizing her tot had no hair to hold hair clips. “Girlie Glue is an all-natural accessory glue – no hair necessary!,” reads the website. “Fancy possibilities are endless with a dab of Girlie Glue.” Now if you’re a little freaked at the idea of putting glue on your tot’s head, that’s understandable, but Girlie Glue is all natural and is made from Agave nectar, and washes off with water.
Some people are not happy about it...
Source: New York Post