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Paper hair flower ring with bun for Bharathanatyam or Kuchipudi dancer

$ 8.90
$ 6.40
(You save $ 2.50 )
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SKU:
RNG-FLR42

 This flower set is used for Bharathanatyam and Kuchipudi hair makeup.

The set has a soft cloth ring which is also known as hair bun, assembled with a paper flower. This is placed behind the head and the Rakodi is place over this during the makeup.

Rakodi is sold separetely.

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  • 5
    awesome bun, lightweight

    Posted by Jyosyula, West Chester, PA on 5th Mar 2016

    Liked that it was light weight, threads on the back made it easy to pin using bobby pins

  • 2
    Pretty, but flimsy

    Posted by Bindu, Silver Spring, Maryland on 10th Jun 2015

    I ordered ear chains, head set, and jimiki earrings--all of which are good quality and beautiful. This item is also beautiful, but that's it. The 2 central flowers came right off after I opened the plastic bag, there is no way to attach this securely to the hair. I tried threading black thread & rakodi through a hole in the middle and I tried to tie I to the hair, the central hole just got bigger. Please improve the quality of this item by either making the fabric of stronger material or placing hair clips on the back to secure to the hair. Would have saved a lot of time if it worked. Was pleased with all other items. Fast delivery.

  • 5
    Time saver !

    Posted by Sneha, Boston, MA on 17th Jan 2015

    This is really a time saver...I didn't know how to use it, but another parent helped me.
    Thanks for making these itmes available here.
    Liked the fast delivery too.

  • 2
    Doesn't serve the purpose!

    Posted by Deepa, Niskayuna, New York on 2nd Sep 2014

    I ordered and received bunch of items and everything was great except this product. My daughter's Bharatnatyam teacher, who was helping her get ready, just couldn't use it because the item was very soft, and light weight contrary to the hard and solid bun typically used. She couldn't even push the U-pins through the bun to secure. We simply borrowed another bun from a friend!